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Monday, July 16th 2018

12:05 AM

Daily Reading





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


(available at all Vedanta Centres)





Page 230





Sarayubala Devi:





31 July, 1918:





Mother was speaking about Swami Premananda: "I was going upstairs one day, at Cossipore, carrying a large bowl of milk, when I suddenly turned dizzy and fell. I spilled the milk and displaced a bone in my ankle. Naren and Baburam came and lifted me. Later on my foot swelled up.





"When the Master heard about this he said, 'Well then Baburam, what is to become of me? What about my food? Who is going to feed me?' He was living on slops in those days. I made them and went up to his room and fed him myself. I wore a nose-ring in those days. So he pointed to his nose describing a nose-ring with gestures and said, 'Well, Baburam, can't you put her in a basket and carry it upstairs on your head?'





"At this Naren and Baburam nearly died of laughing! He would have such fun with them. In three days my swelling went down and they supported me upstairs, so that I could feed him. Golap or somebody else made the slops during those three days, and Naren fed him. Baburam would say to his mother, 'How much do you love me! You can't love me as much as the Master does!' His mother would answer, 'What's that you say! I am your mother and I don't love you!' So great was his love for them. When Baburam was four years old, he would say, 'I shall never marry. I shall die if I marry.'"





(to be continued....)












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