Sathya Sai Baba also says that selfless service is the first step on the spiritual path, the best spiritual exercise to remove the evil of egoism and to eliminate the nefarious pull of the mind toward desires. “The core of this spiritual discipline of selfless service,” says Sathya Sai Baba, “is to see everyone as yourself and yourself in everyone.” He says that when we serve, we are not serving others, we are serving the God in us, the same God who is equally present in others. It is this attitude that changes our service into selfless service, making it a spiritual activity. “The real value of this service,” says Sathya Sai Baba, “is that it reforms us and reshapes us as we serve.”
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Snighdho shaymo beni borna, esho malobika, malobika. Orjuno monjori korne bole nipo malika malobika. Kheena thonni jolo dhorono mitha shyamo jombu bone aesho Amitha, aano kundho malothi jui, bhorithalika malobika snigdho shaymo beni borna. Ghono neelo bashe ongo gheere aesho Onjona, Reba nodhiro theere bhori honsho mithun aaka shari jhilimil aesho dagoro chokhe makhi shagorero nil daake bidyutho ingithe dhigbalika malobika, snigdho shaymo beni borna esho malobika. During the rain Princess in black arrive to wear the garland worn by Arjun. Speak now wearing this necklace. Cloaked in white a Queen’s friendship is forged in fire. The Lord Krishna’s abode beckons our Princess. Bring for her every flower so that when supper is completed, she may embrace the gracious Anjona, and servant, Reba. Come Princess with your companions to settle near the banks of the river. Let your eyes be bathed in the deep blue of the waters. Witness the swans of sparkling white. The lightning appears in the horizon as a young girl, such is a Queen’s glory. Come princess to the abode of Brindaban, refuge of Orjun’s beloved, Lord Krishna.