Tuesday, May 23, 2017


"Through the presence of God in me, I connect with the order of the universe."

God has the power to bring order to seeming chaos, and I connect with divine order through the power of God's presence in me. Even in what appears to be the most impossible situation, order is possible, for divine order is bringing about the right solutions.

Through the presence of God in me, I tap into the inexhaustible source of divine energy, the divine energy that establishes and maintains the universe. By affirming that divine order is governing all creatures great and small and ruling the stars, the moon, and the sun, I am acknowledging that God is indeed in charge.

God's order rules not only my life but the entire universe. As I cooperate with divine order, I will see every situation unfolding in harmonious, orderly ways.

"Then God said, 'Let there be light'; and there was light."
- Genesis 1:3

(From : 'Daily Word' magazine by Silent Unity, a world wide prayer ministry)  

Monday, May 22, 2017

Inner Vision

VEDA 254

Now, all things have gone up in value; Man alone has become cheap. Endowed with the costly gems of reason, discrimination and detachment, man has allowed them to slip away and he’s beset with dire poverty, as a consequence. He is slaughtered in millions without any qualm, because of the terrific growth of anger, hate and greed, because he has forgotten his unity with all men, all beings and all worlds. The contemplation of that unity alone can establish world peace, social peace and peace in the individual.

(From : Sai Veda, The Word of God,  sayings of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba)

Sunday, May 21, 2017

GEM 256

The Lord bestows a favour when He decides to test you, for He is impressed by your achievement and wants to put upon it the seal of His approval.

(From : Garland of 1008 Gems, Bhagawan Shri Sathya Sai Baba's Sayings)

Bad Luck

Kalidasa was a famous Sanskrit poet who lived in India during the third century A.D. As a young boy, he was poor and lived with his mother in small hut facing the king’s palace. Within the palace walls was a large orchard of mango trees. During the fruit season, the trees were heavy with sweet, delicious mangoes. When no one was watching, Kalidasa would climb over the walls and help himself to the mangoes.

One day when Kalidasa was stealing the mangoes, he did not realize that the king was watching him from the palace window. That morning, while the king was peeling a mango, he accidentally cut his hand. Since the cut drew a lot of blood, the king summoned his Wise men and fortune tellers to tell him the significance of that accident.

The Wise men thought for a while and asked the king if he saw anything unusual that morning. The king replied that he saw a boy stealing some mangoes from the palace ground. ‘Oh! What your majesty saw was very inauspicious. That boy will bring you bad luck,’ said the Wise men. ‘It is good if your majesty could get rid of him immediately.’

The king ordered that Kalidasa be brought before him. As the poor trembling boy stood before the king, he was told that the king had seen him stealing the mangoes and this had brought the king bad luck. He was asked if he had anything to say before he was taken away for execution.

‘I’m very sorry for bringing you bad luck, Your Majesty,’ said Kalidasa. ‘But it is reasonable to also punish accordingly the person who saw me this morning because as you can see he has brought me bad luck too.’ That reply surprised the king as he realized that he was a fool to have listened to the fortune tellers who called themselves Wise men. Being impressed with Kalidasa, the king adopted him as his son. It was in the palace that Kalidasa developed his literary skills and later emerged as a famous poet in India.

- Author Unknown -


"God, You life within me lives out through me as strength and vitality."

God, in prayer, I enter consciously into an awareness of Your presence. I lift my thoughts, my voice to You in prayer, and my body responds with new surges of healing activity.

I am continually being healed as Your spirit within renews my body. Thank You for enlivening me with life. Your spirit is at the core of my body as life in diverse and wondrous expression.

I make prayer a part of my daily living by taking time each day to pray. And prayer takes on many forms : a thought of Your presence within me, words that declare life and healing, or an attitude of expecting a blessing.

God, my prayer is that I remain aware of Your presence, Your life living out through me as strength and vitality.

"The tongue of the wise brings healing."
- Proverbs 12:18

(From : 'Daily Word' magazine by Silent Unity, a world wide prayer ministry)  

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Divine Splendour

Sai Darshan, Part 3 - 93

True devotion lies
Beyond emotion and beyond tears.
Devotion is only His silent prayer.
It is faith that speaks the language of surrender.
It is inseparable love that bonds you to Him forever.
Think, speak and do all with devotion,
Yet let it not show.
Devotion is not to remember Him at all times,
And to forget "the Him" in all times,
It is the acceptance of God in all, at all times.
This is true Namasmarana.
Devote yourselves to Him, not only in prayers,
But let prayers become your way of life.
Devote yourselves to Him, not in one form only,
But let each form become one of His.
Your reward of your devotion,
Will be My companionship.
Your efforts of your devotion,
Will result in finding Me.
Not in any man made temples,
Not in any scriptures or japams,
But in your very own hearts.
The devotion of love in your hearts - is Me!
Is You! Is God!
I am found in this temple of love!
You too will be found in this temple, O sweet!

From : 'Sai Darshan' - Part III
(Divine Messages received and recorded by Mrs Seema M Dewan)

VEDA 253

Education is not for mere living; it is for life, a fuller life, a more meaningful, a more worthwhile life. Again, education is not for developing the faculty of argument, criticism, or winning a polemic victory over your opponents or exhibiting your mastery over language or logic.

(From : Sai Veda, The Word of God,  sayings of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba)

Friday, May 19, 2017

Sai Darshan II, Part 1 - Message 34

Sai Darshan II, Part 1 - Message 34

When one's own fears
Become unbearable to the soul
And the soul rebels
To challenge the height of fears -
The fears explode
Losing their superficial reasoning
And from that is born
The face and the voice of "anger".
And what does an angry man do?
He induces the jet of fears
To those around him
And witnesses the downfall of them
With a temporary inner satisfaction
That he is not alone...
Anger is "violence"
Anger is "destruction"
Let not the fears within
Rule you...
Instead rule them
With the iron hand of wisdom and reasoning.

(Extract from : Sai Darshan II written by Seema M Dewan)


O Lord, take my love, and let it flow in fullness of devotion to Thee;
O Lord, take my hands, and let them work incessantly for Thee;
O Lord, take my soul, and let it be merged in One with Thee;
O Lord, take my mind and thoughts, and let them be in tune with Thee;
O Lord, take my everything, and let me be an instrument to work for Thee.

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