Leave all your pleasures and pains to me!
Those who lose their all in me find their all in me ever after.
While they waited, Baba chatted lightheartedly with his lovers, who sat around him in a circle on chairs and on the floor. He remarked, “I want you all […]
Leave everything to me – “Baba, your will is my will”
Adarsh Khare said, “I want such love whereby I can really see you.”
Baba replied, “For such love, my grace is required.
If showered spontaneously and of my own accord, it is like nectar. If asked for, it is like plain water. […]
Leave everything to me
The following is Beryl Williams’ description of her first meeting with Baba at the Barn on May 17th:
Delia opened the door for me and said, “Baba, this is Beryl.” As I hesitated at the entrance, Baba rose from his chair and stood with outstretched open arms to me. […]
When you leave all to me I dare not neglect
DURING THIS PERIOD, Jehangu Sukhadwala, Baba’s niece Gulnar’s husband, was working at the Poona airport. One evening as he was riding home on his scooter, he hit a pothole in the road and his brakes jammed. He was flung to the far side […]
Anita de Caro was an artist of some talent; she did a drawing inCannesand showed it to Baba, who commented that it was remarkably good and assured her that she was indeed an artist. Baba then asked Rano’s opinion and she said she honestly did not care for it. Baba reproached her, “How can you […]
They then returned to the hotel for lunch and went again to Saint Mark’s Square at four in the afternoon. At the request of his lovers, their photographs were individually taken with Baba feeding the pigeons.
When they arrived back at the hotel, however, Baba was in an obviously unhappy mood. He gathered the group […]
The Hut in Meherastana, Mahewa where Baba declared His Avatarhood publicly by stating “Avatar Meher Baba Ki Jai!”*
A poor carpenter had done his utmost to erect Baba’s hut in Meherastana, Mahewa, Hamirpur District (see photo above). While laboring in the cold day and night, he had fallen ill. He […]
The entire group had followed Baba to the airport to see him off (1956 USA trip, departing from US to Australia), but as he had indicated, Baba prohibited any of them from embracing him. He frowned as one woman broke into loud weeping and begged for an embrace. Yet to one here and there, he […]