Who Am I


Who am I? Blood? Flesh? Bones? After serious contemplation, you will understand that there is no such thing as ‘I’ (an individual). This will ultimately make one realise that there in only One, and that is God. Only when ego is conquered does God appear. Jnana (Knowledge), is of several forms. The first one is the worldly wisdom, that all average human beings have. It is not very intense. It is like a lamp in a room; the light is confined to only the four walls. The jnana of bhaktha is far more resplendent. It is like the moonlight in which one can see outside as well as what is inside the room. The jnana of a master is eternally bright like the light of the sun. He is really a jnana-bhaskara10 (The Sun of Knowledge).   ~Baba – from Sathya Sai Sath Sambhashana











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