“All that is expected of us is this honesty and our attempt to make others happy and to be happy”

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Elizabeth had told Baba about Harry’s* chicken farm. “I like sheep better than chickens,” Baba remarked. Harry said he had many sheep and lambs also.Baba liked him and spelled out to him,

“Harry, I like humor and you have a good sense of humor. One must always try to be happy and make others happy; otherwise, life will be a bore. Honest living is also very important – whereby we know we are not deceiving God, others, ourselves, and the world. All that is expected of us is this honesty and our attempt to make others happy and to be happy.”

-www.lordmeher.org, p3060
May, 1952; Myrtle Beach

 

* Elizabeth’s nephew Harry Hartshorne

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