I have seen how Sai movement in India has grown. There was a time in 1940’s and 1950’s when Saint Narasimha Swamiji had to face numerous hurdles as many conservative people did not liked Shirdi Saibaba. Even during 1990’s, I have hardly seen so many Sai devotees in states like Tamilnadu. I used to wonder why Sai devotion has spread so much with in the past 10 years? Probably, people liked the way Sai works in their life. None asks anyone to be a Sai devotee. I happens on one’s own will and wish.
People love Saibaba for his simplicity although most temples and other organizations project Sai with pomp and show. This too has led to widespread acceptance of Shirdi Saibaba across India.
OK. Fine. So we have so many Sai devotees.
Do we all really follow the path of Sai?
We were into our own lifestyle and behave as we wish. Saibaba never directly restricts us.
There are Sai devotees who drink and there are those who drink regularly.
There are Sai devotees who cheat their partner and there are few who keep thinking about past relationship and doesn’t try to move on.
We can’t be proud just because we are among a group of people who have faith on Shirdi Saibaba. We must behave properly in each and every situation in our life.
When I interpret myself, I can vouch that I have also been deviated from what Saibaba prescribed to me. Later, I would have regretted for it. So I never feel exited about being a Sai devotee. There are people who don’t have any faith or interest in Sai Baba but they have some good nature that you or I lack.
So please do some analysis about your negative qualities and try your best to correct yourself.
Let us make Saibaba happy by behaving according to his wish.
Below is my second work in Shirdi Saibaba Nature collection.
None can worship Shirdi Saibaba with our his will.
Sai found you roaming without a guidance. He pulled you to his holy feet and you know him now.
Try to follow Sai’s words and adopt good qualities in your life style.
This will make Sai happy.
Saibaba wants his devotees to be proud of their good qualities and their nature.
Aum Sai Ram