|A screen-shot of the second episode in the Message of the Lord serial. The 30-part serial|
has been received very well the world over and can be accessed from the Radiosai site.
|A memorable moment from the interview on Ramadan in 2006 where Swami advised us on how to be happy always|
irrespective of His physical proximity.
I began to relive the beautiful moments with Swami ever since I joined the school in 1998 via different articles. Recollecting them, reading through them from the diaries and reliving them brought alive my Swami in my being. The process of writing became cathartic, for all the sorrowful and fearful blood that was penting up within me. I would still shed tears now. But most of the times, these were tears of gratitude to Swami for the infinite blessings received. Though the occasional tears of sorrow from the pangs of suffering were there, they only egged me to recollect more and write more.
|Swami's blessings had been showered liberally on pages 8 and 9 of the book in the altar.|
|The packet containing the book which my dad posted for my junior. (This is the image taken after the packet was|
returned to me. The story is coming up ahead... )
|The two signatures on pages 48 and 169 of the book...|
|The idol of Goddess Saraswati that arrived as Swami's|
blessings along with the book.
He is the script-writer. He is the director. He is also the producer and the one who casts the actors. He guides and even makes the actors act. Having done everything, He sits back and applauds the performance, giving full credit to the actors. This is not just the story of every convocation drama put up by the students in His divine presence but also the story of every life - yours and mine included.
The Memoirs of a Sai Student is available in ebook format on Amazon and as the paperback on the Sathya Sai Publications site.
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