I have to bear their troubles and set them free

I have to bear their troubles and set them free

In 1917, Gajanan Narvekar was suffering from high fever. He sent his son to Baba with five hundred rupees dakshina. The son did as he was advised, as soon as Baba received the money, He started shivering. A devotee sitting next to Baba said, “Baba you are shivering with fever all of a-sudden?” Baba replied, ‘Whoever I accept dakshina from, I have to bear their troubles and set them free.” Similarly, He received rupees five hundred from Moreshwar Pradhan and took upon Himself all the troubles of his family.

 

Leela- 38 in Ambrosia in Shirdi – Part-I

(Baba’s Leelas before 1918)

 

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