“Complete surrender, in itself, embodies the acceptance by the Master”

 

 

“He who genuinely surrenders to a Perfect Master surrenders completely without asking for permission to do so.

He does not even expect acceptance of his surrender from the Master.

Complete surrender, in itself, embodies the acceptance by the Master of the man who has surrendered completely as he ought to have done.”

 -www.lordmeher.org (Revised 2014), p4391
( May, 1958; Myrtle Beach)*

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“Giving over your goodness, your strength and your weaknesses in entire submission to me, you will share my Treasure of Happiness.”   (www.lordmeher.org , p2523)

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* This  [1958 visit] was Baba’s sixth and final visit to America in this advent. Since 1931, he had spent a total of 200 days there. Never again would he set foot on American shores. Of all the countries in the world outside of India, Baba spent more time in America than anywhere else, and the large number of his lovers from that country is testament to the work he did there for them. (LM 4418)

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