“I am equally approachable to one and all” – Part 1


A special message from Baba, dictated by him on July 7th, had been posted on a bulletin board. Jeanne Shaw had been assigned the duty of requiring everyone to read it. It read:

I am equally approachable to one and all, big and small.
To saints who rise and to sinners who fall,
Through all the various Paths that give the Divine Call.
I am approachable alike to saint whom I adore
And to sinner whom I am for,
And equally through Sufism, Vedantism, Christianity,
Or Zoroastrianism and Buddhism, and other “isms”
Of any kind and also directly through no medium of “isms” at all.

Baba later explained his message:

This poster must have made it very clear to all that I can be directly or indirectly approached. That means through different “isms,” sects and different formations; or personally by direct contact; or in the Indian term “sahavas,” which means literally physical nearness and service. But today we are concerned with Sufism, so I will not go into details about the direct approach, but can tell those who are in personal contact through love or service that I can be realized by their direct approach.

–Lord Meher (First Ed), p3872

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