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Monday, March 20th 2017

12:05 AM

Daily Reading





A READING from: "In The Company of The Holy Mother" 


(available at all Vedanta Centres)





Page 130





Swami Arupananda:





11 December, 1912:





Mother: "in these miserable times one may find God only through steadfast truth. The Master used to say, 'He who clings to truth, lies in the lap of God.' When I was at Dakshineswar during the Master's illness I used every day to boil his milk until it thickened. And if I gave him a whole seer, I would say that it was half a seer, I always made it less. One day the Master found me out and said, 'What is this! You must always cling to truth. See how I have been taking too much milk and have made myself ill!' As soon as the idea entered his head he really had indigestion."...





In the end I said, "Mother, I do not really care much for these questions that I ask or the things I say. My thoughts are differently inclined. I should like to know that though I address you as Mother, are you indeed my mother?"





Mother replied, "Who else? Indeed I am your own mother."





"Although you may say so," I demurred, "I cannot grasp it fully. There is something that makes me naturally recognize the mother that bore me; but can I recognize you in the same way?"





"That's true enough, my son," Mother replied; and the next moment she added, "He is one's father and mother, my child, He takes the form of one's father and mother."





(to be continued....)









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