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    06 Oct 2017
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    We offer coconuts to God in worship – what is its significance? Bhagawan lovingly teaches us a beautiful technique for us to break-free!
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    In temples or homes, you may have seen people breaking coconuts to offer to God. If you try to break the nut just as it fell from the tree, will it break? No! The fibrous outer cover must be removed to first expose the shell. The fibre protects the shell and lets it grow, preventing blows from the environment. Liberation results from breaking the mind filled with vagaries and wishes. But how can you break it when the fibrous armour of sensual desires encompasses it? So, carefully and persistently, remove them and dedicate your mind to God! Smash it open in His presence. At that very moment, you are set free! The toughest fibre is anger; it is indeed the stickiest dirt! When you get angry, you forget everything and quickly descend to the lowest depth. You lose all discrimination during the agitation. Be Aware! Cultivate virtues assiduously. Virtue is your life-breath, character is the backbone.
    – Divine Discourse, Oct 10, 1964.
    When your heart is filled with good thoughts and feelings, all that comes out of senses
    - your speech, your vision, your action - will all be pure. - Baba
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    07 Oct 2017
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    What are the first two beautiful flowers God loves to receive from us every day? Bhagawan lovingly explains to us in His own sweet words.
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    Offer the flower of non-violence (ahimsa) to God. We regard ahimsa to mean not to cause harm and hurt to other living beings. The true meaning of ‘Ahimsa’ is to not cause hurt and harm through thoughts, words or deeds. The control of your sense organs is another flower that must be offered to God. Our senses run without any control. If running horses are not controlled, they pose a danger. God has created each organ of the human body for a specific purpose. It is only when we use these sensory organs along the right path for which they have been created will we be entitled to God's grace. Our inner strength will decrease rapidly with agitation or unnecessary sorrow; body also suffers illness due to mental agitations and distractions. One ages very quickly through excitement and sorrow. The reason for your not preserving this sacred instrument in sound condition is lack of control over these sensory organs. Hence the second flower of sensory control should be used for worshipping God.
    – Divine Discourse, May 12, 1981.
    Your heart is like a big tank, senses are like taps. Fill your heart with the water of Love. Only then you can experience Love through all your senses. - Baba










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    All are very good and very purely devotional.
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    Everything is good , when our mind is peaceful.
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    What are the offerings that please the Lord? Bhagawan explains by speaking of two flowers that we must offer as part of our worship.
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    The flower of ‘compassion to all living beings’ (Sarvabhute Daya Pushpam) is very dear to God. From the seed of Divinity grows the tree of creation. In this tree, the fruits are human beings who are Jeevatma. In each of these human fruits, Divinity is present as a seed. In Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna said, "Beejam Maam Sarva Bhutanam" (I am the seed in all living beings in the form of Atma, the soul). Recognising the truth that God is present in the form of Atma in all living beings, being compassionate to all is what God expects from you everyday. God loves the flower of forbearance (Kshama) very much. It is truly the highest quality of a human being. Often you develop narrow ideas, thinking of 'I', 'my family', and treat others as different from 'me'. When you truly love, you develop patience and forbearance. Expand your love to encompass all living beings, that will fructify as forbearance.
    – Divine Discourse, May 12, 1981.
    The truly human qualities are calmness, forbearance and compassion. - Baba


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