About Me

1474605_251078038382657_167575876_nLet Your Little Light Shine!

Saint-Chapelle’s miracle of light, Paris.

 

Hello There! Namaste to all.

This blog/website began its life four years ago.  Besides the Sai Baba stories and articles, I have added  a broader range of material, prose, stories, bios,  from all cultures/ religions, also many spiritual poems. The idea here is not to champion one Way over another, but to “Keep the Light” – ie to seek out the Light in whatever tradition or culture (or just in individuals) and enhance it….  aawhiteed

A little about me. I’ve studied comparative religion, spent long gruelling spells in India, where book learning was put on the back burner, while  the “real experiences” of letting go was beginning to take birth in my young soul.   The teacher in India always said:  “When the road ends and the goal is gained, the pilgrim finds that he has traveled only from himself to himself, that the way was long and lonesome, but the God that led him unto it was all the while in him, around him, with him, and beside him.” ~  He was so right. 

Also  I must mention that I write on line, then correct! You may notice changes through the work as it is created.

 

blessings from moi

yvonne

214 thoughts on “About Me

    1. Decided to follow you after watching COSMOS with Neil D.Tyson. He had an episode in the series that mentioned dogs as being artificially selected. Of course I knew it but felt it was time to learn more about dogs. I am not really a dog person, I am a cat person, also artificially selected to be cuddly and sweet. thanks Eve 🙂

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  1. I had a feeling that I should check out your blog and I was definitely right. I have spent time in India almost every year since January 1990. I am a devotee of Amma, Mata Amritanandamayi and have a major focus on nature, in my life and on my blog! And I also share lots of stories from my journey with Amma. I look forward to reading your stories and getting to know you better.

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  2. Salaam!

    You have a beautiful website/blog. Lots of Love. I can feel it 🙂

    I was actually curious if you knew the source/name of the Islamic art from this part of your blog:
    https://sathyasaimemories.wordpress.com/2010/05/25/sacred-geometry-sacred-geometry-2/

    It’s the 3 image that you have. I am actually considering using it for a collection of my poems that are largely influenced by Rumi and Hafiz.

    Thank you so much and God bless!
    -Józef

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    1. thank you for your kind comment. I am sorry i wrote the post you speak of so long ago, I have no idea just where the images come from. You could try Face book or google for Islamic art. There are several websites also that carry it.

      Eve

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    1. Hello belasbrightideas: Nice title! 🙂 Thanks for your comment on my blog. This blog is just an inspirational collection of my favourite stories and quotes. It was never meant to be about me. It is not a personal blog. It’s been a favourite hobby now for some years, but sickness in my family made me lose my confidence to blog on. I do though, hope to post photos and quotes several times a month to keep the blog going. At the moment my writing is not good enough to get back to where I was before. it is people like yourself, offering kindness as you have, that makes one not want to give up. Thank you so much. Eve with blessing.

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  3. Such a lovely header. Isn’t it interesting when thoughts from different cultures/ideologies/religions are read and compared, there is so much in common – a universality if people could just get past their own thoughts and desires?
    Enjoyed touring your blog

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    1. i really enjoyed your blog today. I wanted to reblog the post but could not. It is truly a wonderful blog and I hoped to introduce it to others by posting it here. thanks for your kind words. Eve

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      1. Appreciate your thoughts. I’ll have to consider adding the re-blog button. Had a bit of trouble with spammers/not real bloggers repeated confiscating my works without attributing them to me last year. You can always add a link to blogs. You’ve given me something to think about. Thanks

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    1. Hi this is Pat and Roscoe….contrary to the report of my early demise I am well and happy. Still afflicted with shingles of the eye though. Your story including Wildflowers brought tears to our eyes and confirmed the hope that in some little way Wildflowers was something that made people and Swami happy.

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      1. oh so happy to hear good news. I wondered if the small post would bring a response. And yes, Wildflowers is often on our mind. I heard you were seriously ill from someone who writes to Marilyn, (The Australian Marilyn). I tried leaving my email on my last post for Pat. We did not hear from you. Would love to.. Eve

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  4. Thanks Eve, for your visit to my blog FUR OUT THE CLOSET.
    I appreciate that you respect all religions.
    You must also care about the well-being of our animal companions on this earth?
    All the best,
    Emy ❤

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  5. Your story is very intriguing and I like how your blog creates a space for equality. Cheers to that. Thanks for liking my post as well.

    -SvsT

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        1. thanks. It took ages to learn to blog – I have to admit to that. You can have a W.P. audience and that is really nice, but the test of a blog is how it does in google etc. I suppose. blogging is a lot of work and one must like to research a lot. I do so it is a good hobby for me. eve

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          1. Everything depends on what is your goal. If you would like to build your community and share your thoughts an ideas then it is not necessary to learn about SEO. Google will do it for you automatically with so called green way. But if you would like to build kind of commercial or business community you have to learn and possibly hire professionals to promote your blog or website to the internet audience and potential clients or consumers.

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          2. yes i agree with that. I don’t have a goal. I began the blog 4 years ago, when w.p. was only just beginning to expand. In those day, there were no likes, no reader nothing. We relied on search engines to be known by. Google is not easy nowadays though, the ranking is pretty tough.. You need to produce original content and photos. I don’t always do that but I try. I don’t know what SEO is… btw google changed last year and most blogs of an inspirational nature got put in their spam ranking. no kidding.. eve

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          3. SEO is a complicated set of rules. But the worse thing is Google changing all this rules constantly. As soon as you found the way to get the first page Google change that rules and you have again to work hard to get your place. The endless process. This is why I am writing whenever I have time and something new to say or to show. It is only my way here.
            Alex.
            Have a nice day!

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        2. Oh I C you have been to camera catches. That is one blog that did not make it. I keep it going as a diary of photos for myself – it is good to keep photos on a blog, really great to look back on.. thanks again eve

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  6. Hi Eve, I couldn’t comment on your HRC post as comments are closed but I wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed reading it. I’d never heard any of that information before and it was inspiring to read. And a treat to see such a young Eric Clapton. I came to appreciate him through my husband who’s a few years older than me. Seeing him in action then and knowing what he was to become as a musical force and talent was like watching history catch up on itself. A lovely post altogether.x

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    1. Oh thank you – I don’t know why the comments are closed. I must check it out.. The blogs comments are open all over. I know Isaac Tigrett, odd sort of guy nowadays. Nothing like his former self. I like Clapton too. Recently I’ve read his autobiography. It was really well written – “he is a very lucky guy.” eve

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  7. Hi. Love your fairy. So cute! Great blog look forward to perusing through all your interesting posts. Never been to India, but it is a country and a culture that I find fascinating. 🙂

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  8. Thank you for following my posts. Get well soon and don’t fret about not being able to write so much as other responsibilities invade. I keep having to remind myself that I shouldn’t feel guilty if I cannot post for a week!

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    1. thanks for kind comment.. I am not ill or am I? Did I say I was? Crikey I must be getting old or forgetful. Often I leave my blog for months at a time, especially when in India.. smile.

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      1. Well, if not, take it like my granny used to say when she clouted you and you protested, saying that you weren’t guilty. She said, ‘It’ll do for next time!’

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      1. I was just there three weeks ago. A pigeon waddled into the place up to the fountain in the center right beneath that dome, hopped up, took a drink and flew out. It’s a pretty big awe inspiring place. Mimar Sinan, a member of Suleiman the Magnificent’s Janissary body guard was the Architect–and considered it his masterpiece. It’s a compelling image. I have a few shots of the place myself.

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          1. Reason to visit again. We landed in Rome, went to Thessaloniki, intended to go straight to Edirne–found it such a hassle that we–went instead to Mace… I mean the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, then Bulgaria before reaching Edirne Those countries are really shooting themselves in the foot by not making the region more traveler friendly.

            There are so many great places to go and people to meet.

            In Bulgaria, in church after church we heard the most riveting choirs and singers. It was really astounding. First we went to a service in a small sparcely adorned Orthodox church and I thought we must have stumbled on a fluke–it was so good. Like in Chicago, Holy Family Catholic Church on Roosevelt, second oldest Catholic Church in the city, there is a choir that is worth attending sunday service for even if you aren’t Catholic. On Laramie, a couple of blocks south of the Green Line, from the street, I’ve heard some great live gospel choir. But in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, in church after church, and though the congregations were at times scant, we heard some of the best music I’ve ever heard.

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  9. Hi E.D., thanks for introducing yourself by following our site, we look forward to exploring yours. If you’re on Facebook we also invite you to visit the RAXA Collective page. See you there!

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    1. thank you. i am speechless to night. I can’t thank you enough.. totally awesome to do this.. fondly eve

      hope i can one day return the favour… xxxx

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  10. It is lovely meeting you in the virtual world Eve. I hope to browse through your posts sometime soon. Will leave my thoughts for you. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

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    1. hi there.. to be honest i do not post much anymore.. once or twice a week.. I cannot continue on as before cos i have so much to do in the house and garden, also have been ill.. I guess you can re-follow…. I usually post on thursdays and sundays…Hope all is well with you and HERE’S WISHING YOU A VERY HAPPY EASTER… 🙂 eve

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    1. Thanks so much Marlyn… I do truly appreciate your thoughtfulness.. I am a little behind with the blog right now, having too many other duties to attend to… But thanks again. eve

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  11. You are, in my experience, one of the Wonderful People in the World spread Light, and love, hope and peace. At WordPress, there are bloggers that consistently promote these qualities and work to be a force for peace and light in our world.I am nominating several today for the Being a Light in the World Award.

    Please visit http://hunt4truth.wordpress.com/2014/03/07/being-a-light-in-the-world-award/ to learn more about YOUR Nomination. I Thank you — your work is the thanks for me.
    ~ Eric

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    1. thank you dear Eric.. You have made my day.. I will go look.. What a surprise. And well the job? – I love it.. I learn from it… blessings eve.

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    2. I am still working on people to nominate.. I have you, and there were others who no longer post.. Actually Eric, I nominate all blogs, as they bring freely to others their knowledge, wisdom, and fun… So to all bloggers, I give thanks.. eve

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  12. Just wanted to say thanks so much for stopping by my blog and following me! Support is always appreciated. I look forward to ‘seeing’ you again soon, and reading some of your stuff! Thanks again! 🙂

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  13. Hi Eve
    I received an award for blogging and I want to share this one with you. It’s ‘The Inventive Blogger Award’ and I think your blog qualifies as portraying you as an inventive blogger.
    The post is in my schedule folder and it will be available this afternoon at 3:30 PM Eastern USA time. So, you can find out more about it and collect the handsome badge at
    http://hunt4truth.wordpress.com/2014/02/04/awarded-of-inventiveness/
    just a little later on today.
    Thanks for support of my blog. I hope you enjoy receiving this award.
    ~ Eric

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    1. Dear Sachemspeaks,

      About Florida? – Yes, but I cannot find your post now. Where is it to be found? – hugs eve.

      you need to post it here… thanks my friend.

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    1. Dear Martyn,

      Thank you so much! What a thoughtful person you are! I am pretty new to W.P. circles, although not new to blogging on w.p.. Now I am part of the circles, I feel, I too should take part in the awards, to further encourage others, as you encourage me.. I will be calling on you for help in regards to what exactly to do.. Fondly eve…

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    1. Dear Marlyn, I love your art work. I take it is something you do for a hobby or living? But when I see your work on the reader, I cannot comment or like.. For some reason there is no place on your blog for me to go to… Once in a while your blog does come up okay but then the art work does not… Have you thought of changing themes to something else? I had to change my theme this year for the very same reason… I am happy I did… hugs and happy New Year, Eve.

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    1. hi, thanks so much… 🙂 I have no idea what the awards are really. Having been writing a blog for 4 years now, and before W.P. had their current setup. I have not followed the changes.. I see now we have “circles of friends.” I like that. 🙂 – I learn a lot from others’ blog post Before we used to rely only on search engines to bring traffic. Might say, with little feedback, due to the details required by WP from would be “commenters/followers. – I used to write mostly about Sathya Sai Baba, thus, I had an audience for the blog, but I have changed now to include ,well just about everything.. thank you again.. Merry Christmas too.. 🙂

      eve –

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    1. hhm, will do Himanshu… I will have the time then.. He had a rougher time of it than we knew… I am not sure where he is right now.. Perhaps in India for Xmas? – You are going, report..

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    1. there’s a lot on my blog but then there are hundreds of posts there. I would suggest the video film. Inner Worlds, Outerworlds – on my blog,.. a few posts ago… I have posted the link. 🙂

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      1. Lol. It is one of my favorites. Would you believe that I was actually debating between sharing that and Zero Point this morning? What a strange and beautiful thing is this life we live. 🙂

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          1. I am sorry to hear that. I wish I could send you some of the Florida sun in exchange for some of the cold air. It’s about 81F and only 9am. How far north is the broom cupboard?

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          2. smile. well, Brittany, France. My photos from yesterday are on the blog.. It was warm on that day. now the winter chill has set in… Tell me, how long have you been blogging..? – How do you find followers..? I always relied on outside sources to read my blog, although they were rarely members of word press. Now I see we have w.p. circles.. Odd really, because I feel sort of out of place with the blog circles. Not sure quite what to do. lol ~ yvonne

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          3. Began last Nov and readers seem to subscribe if the content is to their fancy. But, this is a rather slow process of increasing readership. In all fairness tho, apart from a linked Tumblr acct, I haven’t made much of an effort. As with all networking, you get what you put in and this is more of an exercise in sanity preservation than anything else lol
            I do make an effort to explore diverse blogs so as to avoid getting “bubbled.” Have you considered linking a few other social networking sites like Tumblr or Pinterest?

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          4. I have not yet used Tumblr or Pinterest.. I’ve never heard of them.. I have not yet had much of a change to explore w.p. – I’ve only discovered WP circles recently. (A bit slow, I know.) I have relied on google and other search engines to bring traffic.. The problem with that is people may well like the posts, but are unwilling to join w.p. to follow.. (They are reluctant to give email addresses and other info.to w.p., when all they want to do, is “like” ) I don’t know what bubbled is.. tell me.. best eve..

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          5. You could consider bubbles like the digital equivalent of cliques in school. Some bloggers form these groups and often only communicate with other like minded people- they form a cyber bubble and rarely venture outside.

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    1. HI Max,
      thanks so much for kind comments. i don’t get many so it is a double pleasure to hear from you.. 🙂 – I am not sure how to improve the blog, if you have any ideas, plaese let me know..and how did you find me? ~ eve

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  14. Sai Ram, I had the best Darshan of Swami only in Kodaikanal and in April 1996. I too had the 1st row during the first darshan of my two day visit there. Same instruction of ‘no padanamaskar’. I asked Swami if I can have ‘eye to eye’ darshan, in my mind, and the Loving God gifted me that. Very happy to read your experience and to share my experience here. Sai Ram. Love.

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  22. I have jsut come accross this blog and its amazing, please keep up the good work.

    I want to hear about people experiences after Swami has left his physical body, please can you post on these experiences

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  23. I think what you posted made a bunch of sense. But, what about this? what if you wrote a catchier post title? I mean, I don’t wish to tell you how to run your website, but what if you added something that grabbed a person’s attention? I mean About The Writer SathyaSaiMemories and Children Of Light is kinda plain. You ought to look at Yahoo’s front page and see how they write article titles to get people to click. You might add a related video or a picture or two to get readers excited about everything’ve written. Just my opinion, it could bring your posts a little bit more interesting.

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  24. Sai Ram, You have a wonderful satwic blog for many spritually inclined people to learn many things that have been said about sages, saints from of western and eastern traditions who have departed physically.
    In this context I would like to mention 3 persons who were disciples to Jesus, Sri Yukestwar, Ramankrishna in their previous lives.
    During the interview, Sri Sathya Sai Baba has commented to some people about who they were in past lives.
    Jesus disciple whom they called Peter the fisherman is now among us.
    Ramakrishna disciple Vivekananda whom they called Naren is now in Sri lanka,
    Sri Yukestwar disciple Paramahansa Yogananda is now in Germany.
    Shirdi baba devotee called Abdullah, a muslim sufi (who recites Quran everyday during Shirdi time.
    Some are prominently active in Sai baba circle and known to us by other names while others are linked to spiritual schools which will be surfacing during Prema Sai period. Thank you
    .

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    1. My comments on J Rao came from different sources. Not only one. I remember people talking about him during that time or shortly are his dismissal – that he did not believe in the miracles etc. I would not write anything on my blog that I’d not heard or known from others who knew the man. (I am sure he was dismissed.) |I do remember people talking about it. How Radio Sai wishes to remember him might be in a different light. thanks for your comment though. I will keep it on line –

      eve

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  25. Dear Eve,

    For some strange reason i visited
    your blog on office time. Read the
    Darshan story sweetened by your
    deftness and have tears in my eyes.

    🙂

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  26. Dear Eve,
    Superb photographs
    of flowers, flowers 🙂
    John and Paul Quotes
    – did you pick them up
    from Beatles songs ??
    So Beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Hi Debz. how did you find the blog. You must have clicked on the phanton belt eh? – It has been clicked six time!!! – wow! I wish you still had material to submit. I am out of good articles. The Sai Baba material is about finished now.

      best eve

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  27. Mam, I always wanted to read about someone’s experience with Sri Satya Sai Baba..Of course, there are many books available & hv read a many. I think am privileged that I can ask u question when I’m in doubt. Keep doing this good work, & may Baba grant you ever lasting peace & happiness!!

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  28. Unless one had spiritual leanings and grace from the past, one cannot dwell in these areas. This you do with proficiency and familiarity despite your name that tells that you are from a far away land to India but the soul being infinite draws you to the heart. This does wonders, like your writing and documentation. I always regretted that in India great Mahrishis are born but their lives never get documented. But in the case of Ramana and Sathya Sai current history reminds me all is well and everything is documented. I wish there is a National Heritage Museum where such details are kept for world wide public view.
    Thanks, keep writing about great personages, it does nothing but good to the soul in its evolution
    vaidyisa bala

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  29. Sai Ram, Eva,

    I have just discovered this lovely blog, and am delighting in it. I’ll be back soon. Recently I started a blog based on my book, “Birch and Pine Whisper His Name – A Tribute to Sri Sathya Sai Baba”, where I am posting chapters starting from the back.
    http://alongwoodlandpaths.blogspot.com/

    I look forward to reading your blog when I am feeling crisper. It is way past time to go to bed.

    Love,
    Helen

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    1. thanks for the nice comment. I have now received your friend request on FB. The blog is two years old. It took a long time to become known. I think we have had about 65,000 views. (Not sure they all liked the content lol)

      I am looking for Sai Baba material always – as well as other material that suits. Do you have any to share. I must see your blog.

      thanks eve

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  30. you hit the nail on the head, Eve.
    It was really bad at PN in what
    you have called the later years,
    but which were the only years i knew. 😦
    the vid was lovely though 🙂

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  31. A beautiful website, Eve… thanks for sharing so much on Swami with all of us here….
    With all humility would request you to correct the post that you picked up from Sai Family in Facebook…. it was copied from the original letter by me, but I made a typing mistake….and it is being shared in the internet, without anyone realizing it…or probably no one is reading it properly.
    A Revelation by Bhagwan Sri Sathya Baba …. “In the years to come, you will experience me in many different manifestations of my form” …. I typed it twice in the letter, by mistake. Its only there in the first line of the paragraph, not the last few lines…but by the time I made a correction, guess it was copied and pasted in several places.
    Since its a hand written Revelation by HIM, every word being put across, as it was originally written, matters 🙂
    Thanks, Sairam 🙂

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    1. thanks so much for your message. I will go and look at the mistake. Lovely piece. I am always looking for something “Saiwise” to inspire people. 🙂

      blessings eve

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  32. dear eve,

    another lovely post on rejection
    and that beautiful song by deval premal
    and miten (heard them for the first time)
    wow 🙂

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  33. Lovely story of the gold and green roof of Sai Kulwant Hall.

    Also, Isaac Tigrett is the only one to say in a simple and straighforward
    way that Baba has set us free by giving up His body. Free from Maya :):)

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  34. I am one of the 4 American ladies in the photo from 4/26/11 blog. We were all in the crush to reach Baba on the day of his Shamadi. We would love to know where this picture came from as we would all like copies for our memory books…please e-mail me Thank You

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  35. I am one of the 4 American ladies in the photo from 4/26/11 blog. We were all in the crush to reach Baba on the day of his Shamadi. We would love to know where this picture came from as we aouls all like copies for our memory books…please e-mail me Thank You

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  36. The post about Master having one to one
    relationship with the student is superb !!
    well said. very well said indeed !!!!!!!!!!!!

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  37. Thanks a lot Respected lady,
    I am a beginner in spiritual shopping, I am trying my best to meet people who have discovered guru’s of this world with great experiences with them, My hope is that it will give me some wisdom.

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  38. Dear Eve,

    Comforting letter from Sai.
    Sad photos of Baba lying in State.
    Thanks for making time to do Baba’s work.

    Om Shanti Shanti Shanti

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  39. Dear Eve,

    Lovely video. i love this song by George Harrison.
    George Harrison had come to see Baba. i have seen
    that video. Its there somewhere on youtube. Baba
    had blessed him from a distance. John and Yoko Lenon
    had also come to PN but for some reason Baba didnt
    see them. Baba is supposed to be very critical. Whats up ??

    Om Sai Ram

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  40. Dear Eve

    Why did you eat that apple ??
    Now look at the mess we are in.
    Next time say “No thanks” when
    someone offers you an apple. Just joking !!

    The story from the Bible was beautiful

    Sai Ram

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  41. Very inspirational, wonderful thoughts and experiences. What a joy to read them. A lot of hard work gone into this. All the best and may you be inspired further.

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  42. To:touche97 – youtube

    Thank you so much for giving yourself and volunteering your efforts, determination, energy, heart, expertise to a cause in which we all believe in… You truly are full of divine and love with an amazing essence and depth of Swami’s grace and divinity when it comes to being an instrument of our Beloved swami…making His life your message and spreading His divine love…. Keep up the good work
    Sai Ram

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  43. posted to me:

    i don’t know where you got this, but it is true and wonderful. It is a reflection of the culture. Thank you for posting it. i saw a similar article in Time i think. There is a concept in Japan called ‘Gaman’ it means ‘grace under pressure’. That is what they are displaying.

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    1. Dear Eve

      Sai Ram

      Is there some mistake ?? That posting of the Japanese people ??
      My screen shows that message addressed to me but i didnt post it.

      Sai Ram

      PS: That cup of coffee vid was mind-blowing. Have shared it with others

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  44. Hi Eve,your Sai video is so full of love, a beautiful piece, like the Daskalos reminder, on thought forms, how mindful we must be.You really cover a wonderfully broad spectrum in the multifaceted variations of the ‘spiritual’ aspect of humanity, i guess you cannot know the effect your blog has on all who come to see, lots of love karon

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  45. Really very beautiful blog. The stories are very nice, you should think of compiling your love of photography and the stories in a book. I’m sure Baba would bless that :). You mentioned that you do not go to see him in India anymore but I would love to see him one day soon. I hear that he is not giving darshan is this true?? I would love to know as we are trying to go in the early part of next year (2011) and would love to see him and am feeling disappointed that he might stop giving darshan, please let me know if you get a chance. Thanks!

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