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Full text of "Sri Sai Baba`S:Charters And Sayings"

XXX

August

WE were speaking on this question of ci
regard to the inquisitor and in regard to tb
master; 1 had to say something about
Sunday evening, so that I think we might ]:

from that part of the subject now, except thj
one point that I should like to note with re^
The Master speaks of such cruelties as beir
Now that is not the least the point of vi
world in general. It is important for yor
studying these matters and hoping to reac
of the Master, that you should try to undei
attitude. With regard to all kinds of su

will find that the attitude of the Master d

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much from that of the ordinary man of
We must try to see why that is so, when w<
cutties, and must endeavour to bring oui
harmony with His point of view.

I think that question of attitude is really
most important things in connection with
ical study. We often find that Lodges a
themselves to the study of books from 4
view of acquiring a great deal of inform