December 9th, 2007
With Pranams at the Lotus Feet of Bhagavan,
The message of christmas for Sai devotees
This morning, my friends, and for the next few weeks, I would like to talk to you about Christmas. Until we welcome the New Year, our satsangs will have a biblical approach, coupled with the Sai message.
We sincerely believe in the unity of religions, and that we should show this belief in our actions, not simply by precept. By seeking to know the message from the scriptures in the Holy Bible, and finding parallels to the Sai teachings, we prove ourselves to be ideal devotees of Sai.
The birth of Krishna was totally Divine and spiritual. It was not normal. An indication of Krishna’s Divine birth is highlighted by several events associated with it. This is a portentous story, as you know. The birth of Sri Ramachandra was also not normal; it was totally Divine and spiritual.
The birth of the good Lord Jesus Christ was also not normal. He was born because of the will of God at a time when Mary was a virgin. Mary’s husband, Joseph, refused to accept the child. But then he heard an ethereal voice telling him that the birth of child was due to the Divine will.
Likewise, the birth of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba was not normal. Bhagavan’s birth is a result of the Divine will; it was not normal.
People ask, “Swami, Swami was it normal?”
Bhagavan says, “No!”
Somebody asked Bhagavan’s mother, Easwaramma, “Was it normal, usual?”
So in a sentence, I can say Rama, Krishna, Jesus, Bhagavan Baba—they have taken up human form because of Their will. They wanted it, therefore they were born. This is quite different from our lives. We are born not because of our will; we have to face the consequences and the results of our past actions. So in order to clear off the debts, we are born here. For all the expenditure we made in the past life, for all the credit cards, we have to pay now.
The BIRTH OF A DIVINE MASTER IS NOT AN ORDINARY EVENT
God’s birth is not like that. He wanted birth; therefore He was born. The birth of a Master, the birth of a Divine Master, is never a usual thing. It was the star in the night that appeared; a star started moving across the path of the wise men. The star guided the wise men to the birthplace of Jesus Christ. The wise men did not all belong to the same place. The wise men were from different corners of the globe, yet they assembled there, guided by that star to the birthplace of Jesus Christ. The wise men bowed down at the cradle of the newborn baby and offered all the presents they had brought: gold, frankincense, and myrrh, as an offering to the newborn baby. They were thrilled and excited.
A similar thing happened when Bhagavan was born: instruments started playing on their own in his home. But there was nobody to play any instrument! How wonderful an image is this?
When Krishna was born, an ethereal voice was heard: “Do not worry; this child has to be taken away from this place because there is another villain waiting to kill him.”
When Rama was born, a shower of flowers fell.
When Lord Buddha was born, there was a flowering of plants outside the proper season. Fruits were present everywhere, though it was not the proper season.
What this means, my friends, is that Nature rejoices at the birth of an Avatar, be it Rama, Krishna, Buddha, or Christ. Just look at what a wonderful climate we have now. The trees, the flowers, the greenery—what a beautiful, enjoyable season! This is the Christmas season. Nature celebrates and rejoices over the birth of Jesus Christ.
The star which guided the wise men to the birthplace of Jesus Christ was mentioned in Matthew’s Gospel, second chapter, verse 9. The offering of gifts by wise people, wise men from different corners of the world to the newborn baby of Bethlehem was mentioned in Matthew’s Gospel, second chapter, verse 11. Then an ethereal voice declared the name to be given to the newborn child. See that! The parents did not name the newborn baby.
Rama was not named by Dasaratha; Krishna was not named by His parents. They were named by priests, prophets like the Sage Vashista. Krishna was named by Sage Gargya.
Like that, the name of the newborn babe of Bethlehem was pronounced by the ethereal voice. It said, “Do not worry! This baby is born because of Divine will. Own the child; don’t suspect Mary for any reason. This child will glorify the whole world and the newborn baby shall be named ‘Esu’.”
”esu” MEANS FATHER and mother
The word “Esu” means “the One who protects you”. Protection! Who can protect you other than God? No one can protect anyone else. It is only God who can protect us. So the name pronounced by the ethereal voice, Esu, was given to the newborn babe of Bethlehem, the Protector, according to Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 1, verse 21.
We say the Divine Master, Baba, means “Father”. Baba means “Father”. Many people address their dads as “Baba” in different cultures and languages. The protector at the family level is the father who takes the care of the children. It is the father who protects the entire family as the head of the family. God, being head of this universe, takes the role of the Father in giving protection to the entire cosmos, so the name Esu is given to Him: Baba!
Another name was also given to the newborn babe. The ethereal voice according to Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 1, Verse 23, says it this way: “This child will follow you like a shadow. This child will protect you like an eyelid; this child shall never forsake you. This child is always with you. Be sure of this. This child will support all of humanity, and the child will be called Emmanuel.” Emmanuel! So Jesus has another name, Emmanuel. Emmanuel means the one who is always with you. Always with you!
That is what Bhagavan Baba says: “I am in you, with you, around you, above you, below you, and I am you.” This means that you can never be away from Baba. It is impossible to get away from Him. Because, He is in you, above you, below you, around you, and you are Baba. And how can you be away from your Self? You cannot!
So this is what “Emmanuel” means. While “Esu” is the Protector, the Father, “Emmanuel” is the Divine Mother. The mother is always with the child. The child is always willing to be in the company of the mother. A child will never leave the mother, and mother places all of her attention on the child. That is what we mean when we pronounce “Ayee” in Sai. This means mother, a Divine Mother, like Emmanuel.
Baba means the Father, Protector, Esu. Sai means Divine Mother. So Esu + Emmanuel = Sai Baba. Am I clear?
nazareth means divine
I am giving you the scriptural authority on Jesus’ life together with Baba’s quotations. I would also like to bring your attention to another point. Nazareth is a familiar word to us, and is always associated with Jesus. We frequently hear the name “Jesus of Nazareth”. But few of us know what the word means.
Actually, Nazareth means “superhuman”. Nazareth means Divine, transcendental. Transcendental! “Jesus of Nazareth” means not simply human, not an ordinary human, but superhuman, extraordinary, Divine!
Bhagavan has said in His discourses: “I am not a human, I am not a child, I am not a celibate, I am not a householder, I am not a recluse, I am not a renunciant. I am the Truth.” So declared Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. He is not simply human. Even if you were to test Him practically or scientifically, you would conclude that He is not an ordinary human.
For example, observe His dietary habits, eating two spoonfuls of food and thereafter being active all day. This feat is impossible for any other human. To do so much work around the clock—guiding international organisations, heads of governments, responding to the call of devotees—is not an ordinary thing. He is superhuman, totally Divine by any standards.
Therefore my friends, as Nazareth means transcendental—beyond all, our Bhagavan is very much true to the word, being totally Divine.
“FOLLOW ME” --- “MY LIFE IS MY message”
Let us look at another parallel between Jesus Christ and Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Jesus clearly said to His disciples, “Follow me.” But what exactly is meant by that? We follow many people for many reasons. We find a large political following, big followings for union leaders. But what does Jesus mean by saying to His disciples, “Follow me”? Does He mean to walk behind Him into the desert? No. Does He mean to travel with Him? No. He means follow His life. Follow the life of Jesus, so that you may begin to love everybody. Follow the life of Jesus, so that you may be prepared to sacrifice—even to give up your life for the sake of humanity. Follow the life of Jesus, so that you may give and forgive. According to John, chapter 13, verse 15, that is what He said: “Follow me.”
Baba also made it very clear with one statement: “My Life is My Message.” But Swami, what message would You give us? He doesn’t give you a message that runs pages and pages. He doesn’t give you discourses repeatedly, time and again. No, no, no! Discourses do not bring any change; announcements do not bring any change; declarations and messages and decrees do not bring about change. We must follow His life. Therefore, Baba said, “My Life is My Message, follow Me, follow Me.”
“I HAVE COME TO SERVE YOU”
We see how humble and simple Swami is. Once, somebody asked Him, “How shall we serve You?”
Swami said, “You do not have to serve me, I am serving you. I have come to serve you. You do not have to serve Me.” No.
God has come as a servant, not as a boss. God has come down to serve you, not to rule you or govern you. That is what Baba says. “I have come to serve you,” He said to a group of people who came here. They replied, “Thank You, Swami,” and He said, “Do not thank Me. I should thank you for giving Me this opportunity to serve you.”
Lord Krishna served Arjuna; He was never a ruler. He was never the king. He was the king-maker. He can make anybody a king. Yes! He served. Krishna served like nobody else could ever serve. He bore all the injuries, the heavy bleeding, cleaning the horses every day, taking full responsibility for Arjuna, the master, sitting there. Krishna was only a charioteer, like the driver of a car. He was not the owner.
Lord Rama spent most of the time in exile in the forest. He was not anxious to rule when his brother said, “Come on! Take back your kingdom!” He said, “I won’t – you do it.”
Buddha, who was born as a prince, also renounced his kingdom. “I don’t want it,” said Lord Buddha.
Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 20, verses 26-28 states: “Whoever wants to become great among you must be a servant.” It is very difficult to hear this. We are very anxious to be convenors, co-ordinators, presidents, ministers, bosses, administrators, and top officials. Upon being offered a new position, we always ask, “How many people are going to be under me?” We do not see how many people are going to work with ourselves. No, no! Our thought is about how many should be under me. We are anxious to be bosses.
But here God Himself says He is a servant, so whosoever wants to be great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave. So now you see what an example He leads: “…just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve.” Please note this point: The Son of Man has come to serve and not to be served.
When the Pandava brothers conducted the Raja Surya Yagna, Krishna said, “Please assign Me some responsibility, some duty.” They said, “No, no, no! The whole Yagna is for you.” Krishna replied, “No! Please give me some seva dal work here. Let Me serve you.”
So the Lord Himself is very anxious to serve you. Bhagavan would be so happy to distribute saris all by Himself. He would be very happy to distribute prasadam all by Himself. That is what is expressed when He says, “I have come to serve and not to be served.”
“BE LIKE A CHILD”
If you watch Swami with children, it is always very interesting. He will be watching their play and behaves like one of them. When the firecrackers spark and explode, He will be watching each one intently like a child, saying, “Arre! Arre!” Like a child! He plays with people like a child. God is an eternal child. There is a sect of Christians who worship the Infant Jesus. There is devotion to Jesus on the lap of Mother Mary! God is an eternal child.
Krishna is also an eternal child. There is the image of the child Krishna reclining on the leaves, sucking His own toe, so sweet. The child Krishna, the Divine sport of Krishna as a child is so charming.
Similarly, my friends, Jesus clearly says: “You should be like a child to enter into the gates of heaven.” What does Jesus mean by “child” here? Innocence! Childishness is foolishness. When we say, “Do not be childish,” we mean, don’t be foolish. But to be like a child means to be innocent. Therefore, if you are innocent, pure, fresh, fragrant, empty, void, without any prejudices, without any thoughts, without any settled notions, without any divisions, actions, or notions, then you are a child in utter innocence. That is the right heart we should have.
With the passage of time, as we age, we want to be wise. We study, work, mingle in the community, and get all regional, national, linguistic, international, political, and commercial actions and divisions going on inside ourselves. Finally we reach the stage of utter ignorance. So we travel from innocence to ignorance. All that about which we boast is worthless. All that for which we consider ourselves great is worth nothing after all. That is ignorance. Therefore, my friends, Jesus emphasises being innocent. Let us be innocent like a child, in order to enter the gates of heaven.
In Matthew’s Gospel 18th chapter, verses 2-5, it is said, “I tell you the truth: unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” This is a very important point. Therefore, whoever humbles himself like a child is greatest in the kingdom of heaven.
A child is humble. A child does not consider himself superior to anybody. The child does not want anybody to work under him. No! The child is so free, has nothing to rule, nothing to dominate, nothing to be egoistic about. Therefore, humble yourself; forget the ego, forget dignity, status, and give up scholarship; be like a child. Unless you humble yourself, you cannot enter the kingdom of heaven. The Holy Scripture says you should be a child.
Look at Bhagavan; He does not behave like God incarnate. No! He behaves like a child! Somebody brings the pen, and He just takes away the cap. Aah! Very funny. It is as though He has never seen a pen like that. When anyone brings Him some candies, He will take one out of the wrapper, “Aah! Aah! Very beautiful packaging.” Just like a child He plays like anything.
Well, you may not believe this, and when I say it, I may look silly, but do you know the Jaguar car that Swami has, that red Jaguar? At the time when I was in Brindavan, it had just arrived; it was newly acquired. Swami wanted me to get into the car. So I sat by His side with the glass windows up on either side.
He said, “Anil Kumar, you say ‘Up!’ The glass will go up.” (Laughter)
I said “Up!” Brrrrrr! (Laughter) The window went up. Aah! (Laughter)
“Have you ever seen this?” Swami said. He is always playing. (Laughter)
“Oh! Very fine, Swami! Swami, I want to say ‘down!’”
“Ah! Say” --Brrrrr!-- “’down!” (Laughter)
Swami said, “Anil, this is your seat. Do you want to go forward?”
“Yes!” I said.
I said, “Move.” Eaay!!!! (Laughter)
Finally He said, “Hey, switches and buttons are here.” (Laughter) He showed me the buttons. (Laughter) So He plays.
CHILDLIKE INNOCENCE IS DIVINITY
So you see, my friends, everything is Divine sport. That is why a child is like God.
We think, “I know, I know.” This thought is killing our life. “I know everything. I know what is past!” What do you know of the past? What do you know is coming? We do not know that we do not know! That is the tragedy. The feeling “I know” is a curse. We lose the mystery of life, we lose the beauty of life, the mystical aspect of life, because we always say, “I know, I know, I know.” Arre! Arre! You lose the charm. Therefore my friends, you should humble yourself like Bhagavan.
When the college boys speak in front of Him, whether it is good or bad, He listens with rapt attention. What they’re saying is meaningless to me, but to Swami it is very interesting. Like that He also watches all the dramas of our college boys. He attends every rehearsal. Every time He looks as if He is watching it for the first time. Arre! This is the 100th time He is seeing this! (Laughter) Nobody believes it when I tell these things.
Become like a child! A child! That childlike innocence is Divinity. To be like a child should be our sadhana, our effort to be free from all prejudices, narrow parochial considerations, the dumb-headedness, and pig-headedness. We should give up arrogance, give up ego, and be free like a child. That is what He says.
BHAGAVAN WILL NOT SUBMIT HIMSELF TO ONE’s MONEY OR POSITION
Another point I should bring to your attention. It once so happened that many people were here and a rich man was waiting for an interview. A very rich man. Swami nicely ignored Him. Nicely. He had brought a very big car all the way from Canada. Swami made him stand there for three days. Day and night.
I asked, “Why do you make him stand there, Swami?”
Bhagavan said, “You cannot attract me by your riches, your positions. I will not submit myself to your money and position and authority.” No!
So what I should do? Give up all that and sit here. Give up. Greatness lies in giving up, not in getting. Getting is normal, giving is spiritual. Giving is spiritual, getting is human, and giving is Divine. Therefore, we should learn to sacrifice. We should learn to give.
In the time of Shirdi Bhagavan, the earlier incarnation of Baba, a gentleman came and said, “Baba, please tell me the way to liberation,” as if it were an instant food or instant coffee. You know what Shirdi Bhagavan said? “Yes, yes! That liberation is in your pocket now.” (Laughter)
“Which pocket?” he asked, bewildered.
“Right there, it is in the form of the five hundred rupee currency note in your pocket.” Then the man understood: “First give me that and then you will get liberation.” (Laughter) You will get liberation once you sacrifice the rupees first. This means, so long we are attached to money, positions, possessions, or acquisitions, nothing will happen. God will not be pleased by these things.
It is made very clear in Matthew’s Gospel, 19th chapter, verse 21: “If you want to be perfect, go sell what you possess and give to the poor and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow Me.”
YOU sHOULD LOSE YOUR IDENTITY TO BE WITH GOD
There are many people who say, “I am not able to settle here in Prashanti Nilayam.” There are many who say, “I cannot be here.” There are also some who stay and then leave. Why? We are not able to give up our possessions. We are not able to give up our wealth. We are not able to share our properties. We want to have them all.
As the Holy Bible says, “You cannot serve God and mammon.” Or as the proverb goes, “You cannot have your cake and eat it too.” Likewise, you cannot have the car and God both in your pockets. It is not possible. One has to sacrifice to be with God. One has to sacrifice to work for God; you have to sacrifice everything to be in God. You should lose your identity to be in God. That is what is meant.
When He is speaking with His devotees, Bhagavan always says, “Your heart is only a single sofa; it is not a double sofa. It is not a musical chair.” With musical chairs, people run around until one finds a seat. On a double sofa, two people may be seated. But Baba says your heart is only a single sofa. Only one can sit in the heart, not many. It is not like the Parliament where anybody can sit. No! Only one is to be seated. Who? God! No one else. It is a single sofa. It means you love God more than anybody else. You may have many things, but the most important belongs to God.
That is what said in Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 22, verse 37: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.”
Love your God with your entire mind, with all your soul, with all your heart, so that the heart will have a seat for God only. Nobody else. My soul is one with Him—the cosmic soul. I am not separate. My mind is with Him, my mind is melted, my mind is merged in the Divine. Love God with all your mind, heart and soul.
Bhagavan wrote like this in one of His poems: “Oh! God, I offer my heart to You because it belongs to You. When You gave me the heart, it was so pure, so clean. I would like to offer this heart back to You as You have given me.”
He gives one example for this: When we are to provide for lunch and dinner on a mass scale at our residence, we hire utensils from shops. At the end of dinner or lunch, we clean them and give them back. We return the utensils. If you return them in a damaged condition, the shopkeeper will not accept them. You have to pay full damages, plus a possible penalty. So, similarly, you have to return what you have taken in the condition in which it was given.
SADHANA IS CLEANING YOUR heart
Similarly, Baba says that we should pray this way: “Oh God, Oh Bhagavan, I offer my heart to You as You have given to me. As You have gifted me, as pure, as clean, as sacred, as You have given me, so it is my duty to clean my heart, as so much dirt collected in this vessel of my heart, in the coils of my heart. Let me clean it.” That is sadhana.
Some people say, sadhana means “I am getting cool breeze,” “I am getting so many pictures,” or “I feel that I am in heaven.” That is all nonsense. Better that I be a little bit away from you if you say so, so that I do not become as mad as you are, if not more! Sadhana is not like that. Sadhana is a cleaning process. What are we cleaning? Your heart! Why? God gave it to you in a perfect condition and we were successful in making it imperfect.
Another example Baba gives is this: I purchase a white shirt from the garment shop. The white shirt is as bright as lightning at first. When I start wearing it every day, it will turn brown in colour. What am I to do? Clean it with bleach and soap, and make it as white as it was on the day of the purchase. This is sadhana. To make our hearts pure and sacred and clean is sadhana, not adding some more dust, not adding some more dirt, more confusion or pictures or cool breezes.
It is very clearly said in the Holy Bible, “Be careful not to do your acts of righteousness before men.” This is a very important point. My friends, most of us have this weakness. (I do not say all of us. I can say most of us.) We fish for compliments; we want everybody to appreciate us: “You are nice!” Oh! Good! “You are brilliant; you are an intellectual” (though he is not); (Laughter) “You look handsome” (though he is ugly); (Laughter) “You are a man of wisdom” (but he is an absolute fool). (Laughter)
Everyone wants compliments and praise. This is our weakness. If we can just cross over this weakness, then, yes, we have travelled 50% along the path of sadhana. Half you have cleared when you can ignore praise and compliments.
That is why when once I, Anil Kumar, distribute prasadam, Swami will all of a sudden come and say, “Show-master, show-master. Show! You want to show everybody.” Or, if anything is done in such a way, “Exhibition, exhibition!” He says. (Laughter) Yet suddenly, near the veranda, behind the pillar, without anybody noticing, He gives some watch or ring to somebody. Why? He can do this before everybody. Why is Swami not showing?
sWAMI’S MIRACLES ARE not for show
Swami’s miracles are not show-pieces, my friends. They are not the pieces of exhibition. They are the proofs of His Divinity. It is not a pradarshan (exhibition); it is nidarshan (proof) of His Divinity.
Therefore, recall that Jesus Christ clearly says, “Don’t pray loudly.” When all of you are silent, and I start doing bhajan loudly, it means that I want to draw your attention. And Jesus says, such loud prayer when others are silent will never reach God, because it has reached other people already. He does not want second-hand prayer. (Laughter)
Jesus also says, “Do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing.” But, we are not like that. We want the headline “So-and-so has given so much” to be published on the title sheet of the newspaper. This will not reach God. Because you wanted publicity—you got it. That’s all! God wants simplicity, not publicity. Let us understand this. Whatever you give, whatever you do is not for publicity. It is for God. It is to be done silently, such that God within you will listen and bless you. You want His blessings within; you do not want praises without.
That is what it is said in Matthew’s Gospel, 6th chapter, verses 1-6: “Be careful not to do your acts of righteousness before men in order to be seen by them. If you do you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.” This is a clear statement.
There cannot be any argument or discussion about this. It is very, very clear. So when you give to the needy, do not announce your generosity or the event with trumpets . . . because we are capable of this also. That is what we do these days.
GIVING MUST BE IN SECRET
The Lord said long back, “Don’t announce it.” No announcements with trumpets, like the hypocrites do in the synagogues or on the street in order to be honoured by others. No, no, no! When you give to the needy, “Do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret.” Do so that your giving may be in secret. It is not for public knowledge. It is for God. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.
Here’s an example: One gentleman came to Swami. He was quite an old gentleman. Swami called him for an interview, and the old man was quite frank. He said, “I don’t know why You called me!” (Laughter) “I simply don’t know, Swami, why did You call me?” Swami laughed. This man could have kept quiet. But he went on saying, “Swami, I do not believe in You, and I still don’t know why You called me! I don’t believe in You; I have no faith in You.”
Then Baba looked straight into him and said, “When I visited your village forty years ago, you never cared to see Me, but you were serving water and buttermilk to many, many people who came to see Me. That service brought you here.” Forty years ago, that man had supplied water to all those who had come to see Swami. That earned this fellow the interview. So, all that we do in secret will get noticed by the good Lord. Therefore, this is what is required: Things have to be done in secrecy and without any thought of the reward or praises thereof. That is what the Bible clearly says.
“LOVE YOUR ENEMIES”
There is another thing, which is very difficult: Love those who hate you.
To love those who love you—yes, easy! It is natural! You cannot hate those who love you, can you? Then you must have a separate class for yourself. (Laughter) Usually we love those who love us. But Jesus wants you to love your enemies also. But we are not prepared to do that. No, no! Very sorry. We are apologetic to Jesus, saying, “Oh Lord! Please exempt me from this rule.” (Laughter)
Baba goes one step further. He says: Be thankful to your enemies. (Laughter) Arre! Thankful? Why? To be a successful enemy? (Laughter) No! Baba says you should be thankful to your enemy because he is your speed-bump. (Laughter) He tells you what you should not do. He will immediately point it out. He will immediately criticise. Therefore, you will always be watchful. You will always guard yourself without committing mistakes because the enemies are watching you. So, for your successes that your enemies are contributing to by their criticism, you should be thankful.
This is clearly spelled out in Matthew’s Gospel, chapter 5th, verses 44 and 45: “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven.”
Supposing my boss kicks me out, should I pray for him? (Laughter) How difficult is this? I do not know why God says those impossible things! (Laughter)
So my friends, we have to love our enemies, and pray for those who persecute us. If you love those who love you, what reward will you get? If you greet only your brothers, how are you doing more than others? “Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.”
My friends, we will continue the talk next week until the commencement of the next year. We have two Sundays more to think further along these lines.
May Bhagavan bless you in advance. Merry Christmas to all of you.
Sai Ram! (Applause)
Asato Maa Sad Gamaya
Tamaso Maa Jyotir Gamaya
Mrtyormaa Amrtam Gamaya
Om Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavantu
Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavantu
Om Shanti Shanti Shanti
Jai Bolo Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Babaji Ki Jai!
Jai Bolo Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Babaji Ki Jai!
Jai Bolo Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Babaji Ki Jai!