Thursday, October 14, 2010

Guru Story From Guruji

Guruji: You know what happened when we were coming to Surat* from Mumbai in train for Mahasatsang. There were two ladies in the same train as we. They were longing to meet me.. They couldn't meet me in Mumbai and thought it would be almost impossible to meet in Surat.

Few devotees were scheduled to meet me at Valsad station. Before we could finish the train started. Me and Rishi Nityapragya ji (Nitin Bhaiya) ran and jumped into one of the bogies. It was a ladies coach [Huge laughter]. The two ladies were sitting in the same bogie. They started crying like anything after seeing me. Then I sat with them for half an hour and spoke to them. Longing always increases but never gets completed. Love increases but never completes. During my agyatwas*, I asked our driver, to drive the car in some remote village. I asked him to take left and right, here and there. Then I asked him to stop in front of a small house. It was a farmer's house. Once I entered the house, everybody saw me. The whole family was so happy to see me. The farmer said he wanted to see me since such a long time but never knew how to reach me. Then I also visited a few farmers near by, they also wanted to meet me since long but would never get a chance due to their duties and work. I spent some time talking to them. They all became very happy. So you never know when I'll go where. I can come anywhere, anytime. 

"So better keep your house neat and clean."

Jai Gurudev!

* Surat largest city in western India and second largest in the state of Gujarat. Surat is mentioned in the historical epic, the Mahabharata when Lord Krishna stopped there en route from Mathura to Dwarka.

*Agyatwas is living in unknown place। It's a common practice by spiritual Masters & seekers for rigorous spiritual practices.

By Dinesh

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