How to remain attached to Baba – Part 1

Back in Dehra Dun, while conversing with the mandali one day, Baba explained to Kishan Singh, using the metaphor of a train: “To a freight train are attached many wagons. Some contain good material, some bad — iron, copper, oil, waste products, et cetera — in different wagons. But, whether it is good material or bad, when attached to the engine the carriages go where the engine goes. The engine does not carry wagons of only good things, leaving the bad behind. Similarly, I am like an engine, and those who remain attached to me reach their destination, whether they be virtuous or vicious.”

Keki Nalavala asked, “But how do we remain attached to you?”

Baba replied, “The meaning of remaining attached to me is to follow my wishes, to remember me and to forget your selves.”

Kumar said, “This is an impossible thing, Baba! This type of joining depends on your grace.”

-www.lordmeher.org , p3289
Mar, 1953; Dehra Dun

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“Let your temptation be to tempt me with your love in order to receive my grace.”
(www.lordmeher.org, p4237)

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