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Saturday, August 24th 2019

12:05 AM

Daily Reading

A READING from: "In The Company of The Holy Mother" 
(available at all Vedanta Centres)

Page 250

Sarayubala Devi:

23 August, 1918:

It was raining heavily this afternoon. As the time to go to see Mother drew near, I wondered how I could manage it. It was already getting dark. At Shokaharan's advice, I wrapped his waterproof around me and set out. Gusts of rain swept over my face, and yet I cannot describe the deep joy and impulse which impelled me forward. I entered by the back door, because I felt shy in case the monks saw me like that.

When I arrived before Mother looking like that, she burst into laughter; but when my wet clothes touched her feet as I stooped to bow to her - the cloth over my head was wet - she grew worried and cried, "Why, you are quite wet! Go and change, put on this sAri of Radhu's."

I said, "Feel, Mother, I am not wet anywhere else, I do not need to change."

Mother did so and said, "Why, so it is."

(to be continued....)


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