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Date: Thu, 07 Jun 2012 21:48:23 -0000
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From: “Ishvara”


“Toma’kei bha’loba’si a’mara’…” (PS 3821)


Baba, You are our everything, our Heart of hearts. We love only You. Baba, by Your grace we are moving ceaselessly along Your divine path; we are treading on that very path which You have graciously shown to us. Baba, day and night we sing Your boundless glories and dance according to Your sweet rhythms. O’ Lord, we always propagate Your grand ideals. Baba, You have created us: We are Your thought projection; we are Your progeny. Baba, You are our Father – Our Ista.

Baba, by Your grace we love one and all equally; everyone’s existence is treasured. We do not differentiate between high and low, small and big, rich and poor, touchable and untouchable, sinner and virtuous, literate and illiterate etc. All are kith and kin – all are family members. All are part of that singular humanity. Baba, we are all bound together with Your divine love. O’ Lord, with Your infinite compassion You always call us to come close with Your beacon call, which pulls our heart close to You. By Your grace we hear Your call and move towards You. Baba, You are the Goal. Our each and every action and deed is aimed toward Your divine stance – toward reaching up to You. Baba, You are our Aim and the Polestar of our life.

Baba, You have blessed us with the ideals of neo-humanism. Firstly, You have graciously granted us individual freedom; secondly, You have infused us with collective spirit; and thirdly, You have spiritualised our minds with the dhyana of the Supreme One [1]. With these three attributions one other quality unfolds: We wage a relentless fight against all the evils. And by Your grace victory is sure. Baba, by these four noble qualities of neo-humanism– individual freedom, collective spirit, spiritual outlook, and fight against evil forces – we have created one big banyan tree of love and affection which branches out and extends throughout this vast universe. O’ Baba, by this approach we have made this dusty earth into a golden paradise, by Your divine blessing.

Baba, we all love only You; You are our Goal. O’ our most Adored One…


[1] “Vya’s’t’…amara’r”: In the third and final stanza of the above song, Baba describes 4 special principles that are part and parcel of our neo-humanistic philosophy: (a) individual freedom, (b) collective interest, (c) spiritual ideation, (d) the fight against injustices. All are four are needed to create a golden paradise on this earth and build a society in the real sense of the term. Only neo-humanism can make this happen.

Spirituality is an essential aspect of neo-humanism. Without proper dhyana, individual freedom can be twisted to exploit the masses. Such is the case in capitalism since it is devoid of a spiritual approach. People just equate individual freedom with selfish pleasure and degrading activities. Communism does not allow for individual freedom nor does it recognise spirituality: Both are missing. For this reason, collective interest and a loving society could not be attained in communism. So it is more murderous than capitalism. Comparatively speaking, communists are worse than capitalists.

Then in the dogma-centered philosophy such as in the crude religions, individual freedom and perfect spirituality are missing. So the religions are just dogma-based. There is no true feeling of universal love. That is why followers of same religion can kill each other. This history has witnessed again and again. So the religious society is also defective.

Baba guides us that in an ideal society all 4 principles are needed: (a) individual freedom, (b) collective interest, (c) spiritual ideation, (d) the fight against injustices. And that only comes about with a neo-humanistic outlook. Failing that, this world cannot become a golden paradise. In the absence of any of these principles, groupism and factionalism will erupt.

So our neo-humanistic approach is entirely revolutionary. In this God-centered approach, individual freedom is used for virtuous deeds which bring collective welfare, and all the while there is a pactless fight against all injustices. This is the speciality of our neo-humanism and this is the grand ideal Baba is propagating in His above song.


In this age scientific development has made significant progress, while in comparison human psychic and spiritual growth is lagging far behind. In result, mental tension has multiplied in geometrical progression. The final outcome being that nerve, brain, and heart diseases have become quite common; and nervousness and insanity are also prevalent, if not rampant, in the society. And the remedy for all this is as follows:

Baba says, “While doing work one should ideate, ‘It is the work of Parama Purusa; it is not mine. I am doing His work to please Him’. By following this approach mental tension, nervousness, and psychic diseases will never arise. And also samskaras will not be formed.” (08 April ’84, Tattanagar DMC)


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