He whom Christ announced
There is one point that I cannot but bring to your special notice today. At the moment when Jesus was merging in the Supreme Principle of Divinity, He communicated some news to his followers, which has been interpreted in a variety of ways by commentators and those who relish the piling of writings on writings and meanings upon meanings, until it all swells up into a huge mess. The statement itself has been manipulated and tangled into a conundrum.
The statement of Christ is simple:
“He who sent me among you will come again!” and he pointed to a Lamb.
The Lamb is merely a symbol, a sign. It stands for the Voice—Ba-Ba; the announcement was the Advent of Baba. “His Name will be Truth,” Christ declared.
Sathya means Truth.
“He will wear a robe of red, a bloodred robe.”
(Here Baba pointed to the robe He was wearing!).
“He will be short, with a crown (of hair). The Lamb is the sign and symbol of Love.”
Christ did not declare that he will come again. He said, “He who made me will come again.”
That Ba-ba is this Baba and Sai, the short, curly-hair-crowned red-robed Baba, is come.
He is not only in this Form, but, he is in every one of you, as the dweller in the Heart.
He is there, short, with a robe of the colour of the blood that fills it”
The great axioms of Bhaaratheeya culture found in the Vedas—Ishwarassarvabhuuthaanaam, Isaavaa-yamidham sarvam, Vasudhevassarvamidham–
“God is the inner Motivator of all beings. All this is enveloped in God, All this is Vaasudheva, the Divine”— are to be in every one.
This is the inner mystery of Incarnation, God incarnating in all! All are One; The One is All.
There is only one God; He is Omnipresent. There is only one religion, the Religion of Love;
there is only one caste, the Caste of Humanity; there is only one language, the Language of the Heart.”
Divine Discourse – 24-12-1972