Sai Baba of Shirdi, popularly referred to in the form of Shirdi Sai Baba was an Indian spiritual master who was considered by his followers as a saint, fakir and satguru according to their personal beliefs and preferences. Sai Baba was revered by the Hindu and Muslim followers however it was unclear whether he was Hindu as well as a Muslim. But this did not matter in the eyes of Sai Baba. He emphasized the necessity of giving up to the authentic Satguru or Murshid who, after having walked the path of divine consciousness, will guide the disciple through the maze of spiritual development.
Sai Baba is worshipped by all over the globe. He was not interested in anything that was perishable and his only focus was on the realization of his self.
He taught an ethical code of conduct that included love forgiving, compassion, helping others and charity and contentment. He also taught inner peace and dedication to God and his guru.
He did not make distinctions according to religion or caste. Sai Baba’s teachings incorporated elements from Hinduism and Islam and he also used an Hindu title Dwarakamayi for the Mosque where he resided, and also practiced Muslim rituals, and taught with terms and symbols that took inspiration from both religions and was then cremated in Shirdi. One of his famous epigrams “Sabka Malik Ek” (“One God governs all”) is in connection to Hinduism, Islam and Sufism. He also wrote, “Trust in me and your prayer shall be answered.” He was always saying “Allah Malik” (“God is King”).
If you’re wealthy Be humble. Plants are able to bend when they bear fruit.
Donate money to charities Be generous and generous But not over the top.
Whatever creature you encounter whether it is a creature of the human kind or not be sure to treat it with respect.
Find the divine in human being.
It is the wall that divides between us and the rest of the world and between me and you. Be the first to destroy this wall!
I’m angry at no one.
Does a mother become angry at her children?
Can the ocean channel the waters to the many rivers?
What is our obligation?
to behave in a manner that is appropriate. That’s all you need.
God is not that distant. He’s not in the sky higher up,
nor in hell below. He’s always close to you.
If you are unable to endure the abuse of another,
Simply say a single sentence or two, otherwise, leave.
I stand close to anyone who repeats my name.
Don’t be entangled by the ego,
Imagine your self to be the reason for the action:
Everything is due to God.
Do not engage in a fight with anyone.
neither retaliate nor insult or slander anyone else.
All gods are all one. There is nothing to distinguish between them.
Between one of the Hindu between a Hindu and between a Hindu and Muslim.
Temple and Mosque are one in the identical.
When you look the inside of your eye. You realize
You are God and are not different from Him.
For God be the glory.
I am just a God’s slave. God.
Select friends who will stay with you until the endof time,
Through thin and thick
– Shirdi Sai Baba
Book to hang out With: Shri Sai Satcharitra The Wonderful Life and The Teachings of Shirdi Sai Baba
Who was Shirdi Sai Baba? Baba lived his entire adulthood in Shirdi the village of a few hundred people in India. For the uninitiated, he appeared to be a simple begging man wearing ragged clothes and not requiring any item of material. Not claiming the Hindu or Muslim religions, or any other religion. The man lived in an unfinished Mosque without a roof, and daily ate food from a few people walking around using his begging bowl going door-to-door. What really happened was He was burning the karmas anyone who visited Him through the dhuni (Divine fire) Baba kept burning at every moment. He was healing and providing guidance at every level. Many thousands of miracles have been attributed to Baba during His lifetime and have increased following His Mahasamadhi. Baba was physically dead in 1918, however his divine energy and intention and Power are always present and working all over the world.
It is believed that the Shri Sai Satcharitra is a speech inspired by the experiences that Baba’s devotees shared during their time with Him during His time on earth. It is believed the author Shirdi Sai Baba prompted the writing process to take place through the Shri Anna Saheb Dabholkar – Hemadpant through the his inner strength to the writer. Baba had stated clearly to that he: “I Myself write my own story. The stories and lessons I share can instill confidence in devotees’ hearts and they’ll be able to achieve self-realization as well as bliss. ….” Each chapter is a mix of stories, philosophy and explanations. The book is similar in many ways to Vedas for the Sai’s followers.” For many It is believed that the Divine Truth imparted by this book is far more profound than the information found inside the Vedas and the Gita since all the characters and incidents in the book are true and authentic and have been documented in detail by numerous devotees.
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