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Visita Divina - Padua - 24 de abril de 2017 (Mañana)

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'Ama Tutti, Servi Tutti' (Amor a todos, Sirva todo en italiano) es la esencia misma de todas las escrituras y de todas las religiones, que Bhagavan ha estado propagando una y otra vez. En la entrada de la residencia del Sr. Ampilio "Sathya Sai Anandam", que el Señor nombró con amor durante su última visita en 2016, esta cita se mantiene alta, recordando suavemente a los transeúntes de esta verdad última. Después del desayuno, Swami quiso encontrarse con los voluntarios Seva que habían estado trabajando incansablemente hacia Su visita, con este lema profundamente grabado en sus corazones. Alrededor de 40 hombres y mujeres se reunieron en la sala de oración de la residencia, esperando con aliento duplicado para experimentar una vez más la felicidad última de estar en Su presencia.

Tan pronto como Swami se sentó, preguntó si todos tomaban el desayuno y hablaba de cómo viven estos días la gente, a diferencia de los viejos tiempos en que la gente comía para vivir. Él dijo: "La comida es sólo un medio para llevar una vida de Dharma, y ​​no debe convertirse en su vida. No debes convertirte en el esclavo de tu lengua. Debes comer lo que es bueno, no lo que es placentero. Esto es lo que se describe en los Upanishads como los Shreyas y los Preyas. Preyas significa aquello que es querido, que te gusta hacer, que es placentero. Pero Shreyas es lo que es bueno. Shreya significa buena fama. Por lo tanto, entre los dos siempre debe elegir lo que es bueno para usted, no lo que le da placer! Esto es aplicable en la comida, en la ropa, en el descanso y en cualquier otro aspecto de la vida ".

"Hay que seguir aplicando este doble filtro de Shreyas y Preyas. ¿Es Preyas o es Shreyas? Si es Preyas y no Shreyas, abandónelo. Si es Shreyas y no Preyas, acepta. Algunas cosas pueden ser Shreyas, así como Preyas, como estar con Dios. Es un placer estar con Dios y también es bueno estar con Dios. Este es el gran conocimiento que Yama, el Dios de la Muerte impartió a un niño de nombre Nachiketa. Ese es el conocimiento que uno también debe usar. El conocimiento cuando es hábil con la práctica da el equilibrio. Este equilibrio trae la penetración. Simplemente sabiendo y no haciendo nada al respecto, nada va a suceder. Esto se llama poder de discriminación. ¡Se le da al hombre! "

Swami entonces comandó Ms Silvia Veleda, hija de Sr. Ampilio para comenzar el Satsang con algunos Bhajans. Su voz meliflua transportó a todos los presentes a otra dimensión, y Swami disfrutó cantando, expresando Su agradable sorpresa por la pronunciación clara de las palabras hindi de los Bhajans por la joven dama italiana. Posteriormente, ordenó al señor Ampilio dirigirse al equipo. Comenzó recordando lo primero que lo atrajo a Swami cuando lo conoció, que era el servicio. El señor Ampilio dijo que era capaz de ver que cuando uno da, él o ella recibe también. Él dijo: "La belleza de este grupo es la alegría de hacer las cosas. Y el regalo más grande que podrían recibir hoy es compartir su alegría con el Maestro ". Continuó hablando sobre cómo San Francisco aplicó el servicio en su vida. "Ayudar a los enfermos ya los necesitados, al dar gozo a los demás, con el sentimiento de que 'Todos son uno' fue el tema principal que San Francisco siguió en su vida. Él fue y seguirá siendo la almohada en la que podemos poner nuestra cabeza, que está llena de pensamientos pesados, para que podamos recibir la alegría de seguir adelante y seguir adelante incluso en los momentos difíciles de nuestra vida. Ha sido una experiencia extraordinaria para mí, porque si Swami no estuviera allí, no podría haber tenido esta oportunidad. "Con un corazón lleno de gratitud, el señor Ampilio se inclinó ante Su Maestro con suma reverencia.

Entonces Swami dijo: "Nadie sabía dónde estaba Assis, pero San Francisco lo hizo saber al mundo. Nadie sabía dónde está Jerusalén, y Cristo lo dio a conocer al mundo. Nadie sabía dónde está Puttaparthi, y Swami lo hizo saber al mundo. Así también, nadie sabía dónde está Muddenahalli, y Swami sólo lo está haciendo saber al mundo. Por lo tanto, es lo bueno que hacemos que sigue, incluso más allá de la tumba. La tierra donde el bien pasa se vuelve inmortal, igual que la persona que hace el bien. Hay cientos y miles de pueblos alrededor del mundo, pero hoy estamos hablando de Asís. Y hay millones y millones de seres, incluyendo humanos, que nacieron y murieron en siglos, pero hoy estamos hablando de San Francisco. Hacer el bien para uno mismo te hará sólo un mortal. Pero cuando haces el bien para los demás, te vuelves inmortal. Durante siglos, recordamos el bien que la gente ha hecho. ¡Eso mismo demuestra que sólo el desinterés hace a la persona inmortal! Por lo tanto, Na Karmana- no por todo tipo de acciones mundanas, Na Prajaya- por tener progenie y generaciones después de usted, Dhanena - acumulando riqueza, pero Thyagenaike Amritatvamanashuh - sólo mediante el sacrificio el hombre se vuelve inmortal. Por eso estamos discutiendo todo esto hoy. La inmortalidad está más allá de tu cuerpo. Vive más allá de tu vida terrenal. ¡Y gente conocida y desconocida te recordará por siempre por el bien que le hiciste a los demás! "

Swami ordenó a Sri C Sreenivas que compartiera lo que había aprendido de Swami acerca de Seva durante todos estos años. Él dijo, "Swami había estado reafirmando la belleza, y debo decir, la maravilla del servicio. Cada vez que escuchamos a Swami hablar, engendraremos un nuevo significado de esta noble palabra "servicio". Dijo que "el bien que hacemos, vive mucho más allá de nosotros." Dijo que aporta riqueza y propósito a este momento y en el futuro. Swami está haciendo todo este concepto y actitud de servicio en la vida una realidad a través de Su trabajo, y esto ha traído riqueza a nuestras vidas ".

Así como Sri Sreenivas terminó su breve charla, Swami recordó a todos que era el 24 de abril, el día y el momento en que Él tomó a Su forma eterna, la forma! Hasta ese momento, nadie recordaba que era el Día del Samadhi, ¡porque Su presencia es sentida y experimentada todo el tiempo! Swami narró acerca de "ese" momento final cuando sólo Sri Sreenivas estaba con Él en el Hospital, agarrándose a Sus Pies! Él dijo: "¡Ahora sabéis la verdad de ese momento! Esta es la verdad, eso fue mentira! Lo que viene y va no puede ser Dios. ¡Él estaba allí, está allí, y estará allí! ¡Experimentarlo en cada momento de la vida es celebración con Dios! "

Sri B N Narasimha Murthy se dirigió a los voluntarios a continuación y narró un pequeño incidente que tuvo lugar la semana anterior cuando Swami visitó el nuevo hospital, el Centro Internacional Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani para el Cuidado e Investigación del Corazón Infantil. Swami caminaba con el personal alrededor del Hospital y bendijo a los niños que estaban siendo operados ese día. ¡Por la pura voluntad de Swami, Vibhuti apareció en manos del Hermano Madhusudan, que él dio a los niños bajo el mando de Swami! Era un espectáculo abrumador a testificar, y esta fue la expresión de misericordia y compasión de Swami. Sri Narasimha Murthy dijo: "Swami consoló a la madre ansiosa muchas veces, y aseguró que el niño estará bien. Este es el acto de servicio de Swami ".

Cuando Sri BN Narasimha Murthy comentó que "Se había olvidado del día que era el Día de Mahasamadhi", Swami respondió rápidamente: "Necesitas recordar a los que están lejos de ti, pero cuando estoy contigo todo el tiempo, ¿cómo vas a ¿¡recuerda este día!?"

Swami habló a todos los que se reunieron acerca del servicio y les aconsejó que continuaran el buen trabajo. Él personalmente entregó el primer volumen italiano de Sri Sathya Sai Uvacha a todos y también dio Vibhuti Prasadam a todos. A partir de entonces, concedió algunas entrevistas y tomó su almuerzo, antes de descansar para la tarde.

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Divine Visit – Padova – April 24, 2017 (Morning)

'Ama Tutti, Servi Tutti' (Love All, Serve All in Italian) is the very essence of all scriptures and all religions, which Bhagawan has been propagating time and again. At the entrance of Mr Ampilio's residence 'Sathya Sai Anandam', which the Lord lovingly named during His last visit in 2016, this quote stands tall, gently reminding passers by of this ultimate truth. After breakfast, Swami wanted to meet the Seva volunteers who had been tirelessly working towards His visit, with this motto deeply engraved in their hearts. About 40 men and women assembled in the Prayer room of the residence, waiting with bated breath to once again experience the ultimate bliss of being in His presence.

As soon as Swami sat down, He enquired whether everyone had their breakfast, and spoke about how these days people are living to eat, unlike old times when people ate to live. He said, "Food is only a means to lead a life of Dharma, and it should not become your life. You should not become the slave of your tongue. You must eat what is good, not what is pleasurable. This is what is described in the Upanishads as the Shreyas and the Preyas. Preyas means that which is dear, which you like to do, which is pleasurable. But Shreyas is that which is good. Shreya means good fame. Therefore, between the two you should always choose that which is good for you, not that which gives you pleasure! This is applicable in food, in clothing, in rest and in every other aspect of life."

"One must go on applying this dual filter of Shreyas and Preyas. Is it Preyas or is it Shreyas? If it is Preyas and not Shreyas, abandon it. If it is Shreyas and not Preyas, accept it. Some things may be Shreyas as well as Preyas, like being with God. It is a pleasure to be with God and also it is a good thing to be with God. This is the great knowledge that Yama, the God of Death imparted to a young boy by name Nachiketa. That is the knowledge that one must also use. Knowledge when it is skilled with practice gives balance. This balance brings insight. Simply knowing and not doing about it, nothing is going to happen. This is called discrimination power. It is given to man!"

Swami then commanded Ms Silvia Veleda, daughter of Mr Ampilio to commence the Satsang with some Bhajans. Her mellifluous voice transported all present to another dimension, and Swami enjoyed her singing, expressing His pleasant surprise over the clear pronunciation of Hindi words of the Bhajans by the young Italian lady. Thereafter, He commanded Mr Ampilio to address the team. He began by reminiscing the first thing that attracted him to Swami when he met Him, which was service. Mr Ampilio said that he was able to see that when one gives, he or she receives as well. He said, "The beauty of this group is the joy of doing things. And the biggest gift they could receive today is to share their joy with the Master." He went on to speak about how St Francis applied service in his life. "Helping the sick, and those who are in need, by giving joy to others, with the feeling that 'All are one' was the principal theme that St. Francis followed in his life. He was, and will continue to be the pillow on which we can put our head, which is full of heavy thoughts, so that we can receive the joy to go on and go forward even in the difficult moments of our life. It has been an extraordinary experience for me because if Swami was not there, I could not have had this opportunity." With a heart filled with gratitude Mr Ampilio bowed down to His Master with utmost reverence.

Swami then said, "Nobody knew where is Assisi, but St. Francis made it known to the world. Nobody knew where is Jerusalem, and Christ made it known to the world. Nobody knew where is Puttaparthi, and Swami made it known to the world. So too, nobody knew where is Muddenahalli, and Swami only is making it known to the world. Therefore, it is the good that we do that follows, even beyond the grave. That land where good happens becomes immortal, just as the person who does the good. There are hundreds and thousands of villages around the world, but we are talking about Assisi today. And there are millions and millions of beings including humans, who were born and who died in centuries, but we are talking about St. Francis today. Doing good for oneself will make you only a mortal. But when you do good for others, you become immortal. For centuries, we remember the good that people have done. That itself shows that only selflessness makes the person immortal! Therefore, Na Karmana- not by all kinds of worldly actions, Na Prajaya- by having progeny and generations after you, Dhanena- by accumulating wealth, but Thyagenaike Amritatvamanashuh – only by sacrifice man becomes immortal. That is why we are discussing all these today. Immortality is beyond your body. It lives beyond your earthly life. And known and unknown people will remember you forever for the good that you did to others!"

Swami thereafter commanded Sri C Sreenivas to share what he had learnt from Swami about Seva all these years. He said, "Swami had been reaffirming the beauty, and I must say, the wonder of service. Every time we hear Swami speak we beget a new meaning of this noble word 'service'. He said 'the good we do, lives way way way after us.' He said it brings richness and purpose to this moment and hereafter. Swami is making this whole concept and attitude of service in life a reality through His work, and this has brought richness to our lives."

Just as Sri Sreenivas finished his short talk, Swami reminded everyone that it was April 24, the day and moment when He took to His eternal form, the formless! Until that moment, no one remembered that it was Samadhi Day, for His presence is felt and experienced all the time! Swami narrated about 'that' final moment when only Sri Sreenivas was with Him in the Hospital, holding on to His Feet! He said, "Now you know the truth of that moment! This is the truth, that was untruth! That which comes and goes cannot be God. He was there, is there, and will be there! Experiencing Him in every moment of life is celebration with God!"

Sri B N Narasimha Murthy addressed the volunteers next, and narrated a small incident which took place the previous week when Swami visited the new hospital, Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani International Centre for Child Heart Care and Research. Swami was walking with the staff around the Hospital and blessed the children who were undergoing surgery that day. By the sheer will of Swami, Vibhuti appeared in the hands of Brother Madhusudan, which he gave the children on Swami's command! It was indeed an overwhelming sight to witness, and this was Swami's expression of mercy and compassion. Sri Narasimha Murthy said, "Swami consoled the anxious mother many times, and assured the child will be well. This is Swami's act of service."

When Sri B N Narasimha Murthy remarked that ' He had forgotten about the day being Mahasamadhi Day', Swami was quick to respond, " You need to remember those who are away from you, but when I am with you all the time, how will you remember this day!?"

Swami spoke to all gathered about service and advised them to continue the good work. He personally handed over the first Italian volume of Sri Sathya Sai Uvacha to all and also gave Vibhuti Prasadam to everyone. Thereafter, He granted a few interviews and partook His lunch, before resting for the afternoon.




Divine Visit – Padova – April 24, 2017 (Morning)

'Ama Tutti, Servi Tutti' (Love All, Serve All in Italian) is the very essence of all scriptures and all religions, which Bhagawan has been propagating time and again. At the entrance of Mr Ampilio's residence 'Sathya Sai Anandam', which the Lord lovingly named during His last visit in 2016, this quote stands tall, gently reminding passers by of this ultimate truth. After breakfast, Swami wanted to meet the Seva volunteers who had been tirelessly working towards His visit, with this motto deeply engraved in their hearts. About 40 men and women assembled in the Prayer room of the residence, waiting with bated breath to once again experience the ultimate bliss of being in His presence.

As soon as Swami sat down, He enquired whether everyone had their breakfast, and spoke about how these days people are living to eat, unlike old times when people ate to live. He said, "Food is only a means to lead a life of Dharma, and it should not become your life. You should not become the slave of your tongue. You must eat what is good, not what is pleasurable. This is what is described in the Upanishads as the Shreyas and the Preyas. Preyas means that which is dear, which you like to do, which is pleasurable. But Shreyas is that which is good. Shreya means good fame. Therefore, between the two you should always choose that which is good for you, not that which gives you pleasure! This is applicable in food, in clothing, in rest and in every other aspect of life."

"One must go on applying this dual filter of Shreyas and Preyas. Is it Preyas or is it Shreyas? If it is Preyas and not Shreyas, abandon it. If it is Shreyas and not Preyas, accept it. Some things may be Shreyas as well as Preyas, like being with God. It is a pleasure to be with God and also it is a good thing to be with God. This is the great knowledge that Yama, the God of Death imparted to a young boy by name Nachiketa. That is the knowledge that one must also use. Knowledge when it is skilled with practice gives balance. This balance brings insight. Simply knowing and not doing about it, nothing is going to happen. This is called discrimination power. It is given to man!"

Swami then commanded Ms Silvia Veleda, daughter of Mr Ampilio to commence the Satsang with some Bhajans. Her mellifluous voice transported all present to another dimension, and Swami enjoyed her singing, expressing His pleasant surprise over the clear pronunciation of Hindi words of the Bhajans by the young Italian lady. Thereafter, He commanded Mr Ampilio to address the team. He began by reminiscing the first thing that attracted him to Swami when he met Him, which was service. Mr Ampilio said that he was able to see that when one gives, he or she receives as well. He said, "The beauty of this group is the joy of doing things. And the biggest gift they could receive today is to share their joy with the Master." He went on to speak about how St Francis applied service in his life. "Helping the sick, and those who are in need, by giving joy to others, with the feeling that 'All are one' was the principal theme that St. Francis followed in his life. He was, and will continue to be the pillow on which we can put our head, which is full of heavy thoughts, so that we can receive the joy to go on and go forward even in the difficult moments of our life. It has been an extraordinary experience for me because if Swami was not there, I could not have had this opportunity." With a heart filled with gratitude Mr Ampilio bowed down to His Master with utmost reverence.

Swami then said, "Nobody knew where is Assisi, but St. Francis made it known to the world. Nobody knew where is Jerusalem, and Christ made it known to the world. Nobody knew where is Puttaparthi, and Swami made it known to the world. So too, nobody knew where is Muddenahalli, and Swami only is making it known to the world. Therefore, it is the good that we do that follows, even beyond the grave. That land where good happens becomes immortal, just as the person who does the good. There are hundreds and thousands of villages around the world, but we are talking about Assisi today. And there are millions and millions of beings including humans, who were born and who died in centuries, but we are talking about St. Francis today. Doing good for oneself will make you only a mortal. But when you do good for others, you become immortal. For centuries, we remember the good that people have done. That itself shows that only selflessness makes the person immortal! Therefore, Na Karmana- not by all kinds of worldly actions, Na Prajaya- by having progeny and generations after you, Dhanena- by accumulating wealth, but Thyagenaike Amritatvamanashuh – only by sacrifice man becomes immortal. That is why we are discussing all these today. Immortality is beyond your body. It lives beyond your earthly life. And known and unknown people will remember you forever for the good that you did to others!"

Swami thereafter commanded Sri C Sreenivas to share what he had learnt from Swami about Seva all these years. He said, "Swami had been reaffirming the beauty, and I must say, the wonder of service. Every time we hear Swami speak we beget a new meaning of this noble word 'service'. He said 'the good we do, lives way way way after us.' He said it brings richness and purpose to this moment and hereafter. Swami is making this whole concept and attitude of service in life a reality through His work, and this has brought richness to our lives."

Just as Sri Sreenivas finished his short talk, Swami reminded everyone that it was April 24, the day and moment when He took to His eternal form, the formless! Until that moment, no one remembered that it was Samadhi Day, for His presence is felt and experienced all the time! Swami narrated about 'that' final moment when only Sri Sreenivas was with Him in the Hospital, holding on to His Feet! He said, "Now you know the truth of that moment! This is the truth, that was untruth! That which comes and goes cannot be God. He was there, is there, and will be there! Experiencing Him in every moment of life is celebration with God!"

Sri B N Narasimha Murthy addressed the volunteers next, and narrated a small incident which took place the previous week when Swami visited the new hospital, Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani International Centre for Child Heart Care and Research. Swami was walking with the staff around the Hospital and blessed the children who were undergoing surgery that day. By the sheer will of Swami, Vibhuti appeared in the hands of Brother Madhusudan, which he gave the children on Swami's command! It was indeed an overwhelming sight to witness, and this was Swami's expression of mercy and compassion. Sri Narasimha Murthy said, "Swami consoled the anxious mother many times, and assured the child will be well. This is Swami's act of service."

When Sri B N Narasimha Murthy remarked that ' He had forgotten about the day being Mahasamadhi Day', Swami was quick to respond, " You need to remember those who are away from you, but when I am with you all the time, how will you remember this day!?"

Swami spoke to all gathered about service and advised them to continue the good work. He personally handed over the first Italian volume of Sri Sathya Sai Uvacha to all and also gave Vibhuti Prasadam to everyone. Thereafter, He granted a few interviews and partook His lunch, before resting for the afternoon.

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