Thursday, October 29th, 2015
Does Bhagawan’s physical absence mean an Eternal Vacuum…? Do the grieving souls of devotees, grieving at His physical absence, have some way out…??? …some hope and solace on their way…? The drama presentation this evening by the Tamil Nadu Youth dealt with this poignant issue, answering many questions with crystal clarity.
The presentation entitled “Sri Sathya Sai – The Eternal Sai” today, in the 5th evening of the Tamil Nadu Week Of Festivity, played around with the story of a disillusioned youth, disillusioned at Bhagawan’s physical passing on.
The spirited father of the youth, active with the Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations, pitches in, making an all-out effort, to re-awaken the ‘lost’ spirit of the youngster, and thus the story-line for the presentation.
Putting forth his arguments, the father explains, how, Bhagawan is eternally inspiring, filling everything, everywhere at all time. Furthering his ‘advances’, he then timely recalls some of the most inspirational spiritual heroics of the bygone era, presenting four distinct devotees with inspiring tales attached, namely, Ghora Khumbat, Moses, Surdas and St Thyagaraja.
Ghora with his unsullied devotion wins the Heart Of Lord Vitthala, Who chose to be a resident at Ghora’s house in disguise, helping the ‘handicapped’ Ghora in continuing with his profession; Moses averts great calamity upon the innocent ones, invoking The Supreme Power, when it was most needed, blind devotee singer manifests Lord Krishna with his unparalleled devotional singing and St Thyagaraja, with his absolute surrender forces Lord Sri Ramachandra to act his Saviour, Bhakta Paraadheena’.
Vide these inspirational episodes, the presentation illustrated, summarizing how The Lord does timely intervention, helping and guiding devotees, at all times.
Bhagawan is omnipresent… He Is Eternal Sai… one need not search Him on the Facebook, Twitter, Google or World Wide Net, but should go within to fine-tune with Him.
In conclusion, the presentation also cautioned the Sai fraternity of the impostors around, claiming to be Bhagawan’s medium. There was one Poundarka during Lord Krishna’s time and now there are may, and time will expose them, echoed the presentation in conclusion.
The programme concluded with a small video clip of Bhagawan’s Divine discourse, with Bhagawan reiterating His ‘commitment’ to Puttaparthi, asserting in clear tone that He does not entertain any medium, nor He imparts any power to anyone.
The drama was interspersed with beautiful Telugu and Hindi songs.
Bhajans next ended with Mangala Arathi at 1830 hrs.
Earlier, the session commenced with a brief introductory talk by the State President Of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations, Mr Varadhan.
II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II
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