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Todays blissful darshan of Shirdi / Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on the 22nd, 21st, 20th and 19th of July 2015 during the respective aartis/One step closer to Brahmagyaan



Todays blissful darshan of Shirdi / Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on the 22nd, 21st, 20th and 19th of July 2015 during the respective aartis/One step closer to Brahmagyaan

Posted: 23 Jul 2015 10:01 AM PDT

Om Shree Ganeshaya Namaha!
Om Namaha Shivaya ! Jai Maata Di !
Om Sai Ram !!
 If for some reason you are not able to see , or download the below pictures or click to the below links - Please go to http://debu7370.blogspot.com/ You can also have access to all the previous  Shri Shirdi Sai speaks mails at the above link. And if any of you would like to receive these messages directly to your mailbox everyday--
( Click on the pictures to see the larger view - its awesome )
 
Saibaba speaks from Dwarakamai
Why think that you are alone? Beta I have taken you in my arms. How will I let you do a wrong thing? Just remember me every moment beta. Never think you are a failure.
Remember beta,
Once I take a child into my arms, I WILL NEVER LEAVE THAT CHILD. I will not make that child do something wrong. I will not let my child to fall into the thorns of life.
You. Yes beta. YOU ARE MY CHILD. Why do you worry? Stop that tears. Stop that doubts. Trust me. Don't think much. Stay calm my child. Stay calm.
Your papa, Your Dada, Your fakir, Your Babajaan, Your Saimaa...
Is always here next to you.
Just stay away from things that worry you. Leave them to me.
Main hoon na. Chinta mat karo.
(Why worry? I am here with you)
I will take care.
Read SATCHARITRA. You will feel my presence. Don't care a jot of what people say.
I, this fakir loves you.
Don't worry.
Ever remain fearless.
 
My Humble pranams to our Shri Sadguru Sainath ...May He always help us appreciate the love of our near and dear ones, the gift of good health , the beauty of the beautiful sky above us , the blessings that we take for granted and the millions of miracles around us that we fail to notice..
Sai Bhakt
Deepa H
 
When pride rolls me down, Humbleness pulls me up;
When lie cracks me down, Truth builds me up;
When sins make me dark, Forgiveness makes me light;
When world pushes me away, My Sai pulls me near.
Om Sainathaya namaha
Blissful  Darshan of Dwarkamai 
 Baba's Palki Darshan
 
To see more pics- go to
 
 Wonderful Darshan of  Shree Chavadi on this auspiscious Thursday
One step closer to Brahmagyaan
 
"A LEAP OF FAITH"
There was once a man who got lost in the desert. The water in his flask ran out two days ago, and he was on his last legs. He knew that if he didn't get some water soon, he would surely perish. The man saw a shack ahead of him. He thought it might be a mirage or hallucination, but having no other option, he moved toward it. As he got closer he realized it was quite real, so he dragged his weary body to the door with the last of his strength.
The shack was not occupied and seemed like it had been abandoned for quite some time. The man gained entrance, hoping against hope that he might find water inside.
His heart skipped a beat when he saw what was in the shack: a water pump..It had a pipe going down through the floor, perhaps tapping a source of water deep under-ground.
He began working the pump, but no water came out. He kept at it and still nothing happened. Finally he gave up from exhaustion and frustration. He threw up his hands in despair. It looked as if he was going to die after all.
Then the man noticed a bottle in one corner of the shack. It was filled with water and corked up to prevent evaporation.
He uncorked the bottle and was about to gulp down the sweet life-giving water when he noticed a piece of paper attached to it. Handwriting on the paper read: "Use this water to start the pump. Don't forget to fill the bottle when you're done."
He had a dilemma. He could follow the instruction and pour the water into the pump, or he could ignore it and just drink the water.
What to do? If he let the water go into the pump, what assurance did he have that it would work? What if the pump malfunctioned? What if the pipe had a leak? What if the underground reservoir had long dried up?
But then... maybe the instruction was correct. Should he risk it? If it turned out to be false, he would be throwing away the last water he would ever see.
Hands trembling, he poured the water into the pump. Then he closed his eyes, said a prayer, and started working the pump.
He heard a gurgling sound, and then water came gushing out, more than he could possibly use. He luxuriated in the cool and refreshing stream. He was going to live!
After drinking his fill and feeling much better, he looked around the shack. He found a pencil and a map of the region. The map showed that he was still far away from civilization, but at least now he knew where he was and which direction to go.
He filled his flask for the journey ahead. He also filled the bottle and put the cork back in. Before leaving the shack, he added his own writing below the instruction: "Believe me, it works!"
This story is all about life. It teaches us that we must give before we can receive abundantly. More importantly, it also teaches that faith plays an important role in giving. The man did not know if his action would be rewarded, but he proceeded regardless. Without knowing what to expect, he made a leap of faith.
Water in this story represents the good things in life. Something that brings a smile to your face. It can be  intangible knowledge or it can represent money, love, family, friendship, happiness, respect, or any number of other things you value. Whatever it is that you would like to get out of life, that's water.
The water pump represents the workings of the karmic mechanism.
Give it some water to work with, and it will return far more than you put in.
You can find more pictures of our Sadguru Sainath and Shirdi on Facebook by clicking or liking the below page /link
  Message from the teachings of Shri Shirdi Saibaba for today
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 22nd of July 2015 during the Kakad aarti.
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 22nd of July 2015 during the Madhyan aarti.
   Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 21st of July 2015 during the Kakad aarti.
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 21st of July 2015 during the Madhyan aarti.
   Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 21st of July 2015 during the Dhoop aarti.
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 21st of July 2015 during the Shej aarti.
   Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 20th of July 2015 during the Kakad aarti.
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 20th of July 2015 during the Madhyan aarti.
   Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 20th of July 2015 during the Dhoop aarti.
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 20th of July 2015 during the Shej aarti.
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 19th of July 2015 during the Dhoop aarti.
  Baba as seen in Samadhi Mandir in Shirdi on 19th of July 2015 during the Shej aarti.
 

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