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Introduction Importance of Bharath Devotion Advaita
Reason The Lesson of Unity Bhakti
Make Kaama The servant of Raama Significance of Pilgrimages Bliss
Wisdom Moksha Faith Baba is Himself the Goal
Difficulties Purity Surrender Dharma
Dharma is the only Refugee Pilgrimages - The Holy places in India

Of course Baba is not enamoured of tours to ‘see places’ or admire Nature nor has He the urge to go on pilgrimages, for He is Himself the Goal of all pilgrimages! When a mother once complained to Him that her son would not accompany her to Puttaparthi but left for Tirupathi instead. He said, "That too is coming to Me, for, I am not different from He who is on that Hill." By mere willing, Baba can be at the farthest corner of the world, for He is beyond Space and Time. Baba said, "I am not moved by the craving for a change, or for recreation or for travel. But, where there is a desire for mental tranquillity, I hurry to grant tranquillity; Where there is dispiritedness, I hasten to raise the drooping heart; where there is no mutual trust, I rush to restore trust; I am ever on the move to fulfil the Mission, for which I have come."

Sathyam, Sivam Sundaram From Cape to Kilanmarg

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