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THE DOES DID IT

Mani S. Irani

 
In this dream Baba was sitting under a tree in a patch of open ground amidst a silent filigreed forest. He was dressed very simply in coat and sadra, but wore on His head the most beautiful crown one can imagine. His eyes held an indescribable beauty and His natural posture radiated divine majesty. I was standing a little distance away, gazing at Him. Suddenly I felt some ripples of presence beside me.

Turning I saw three does lined up before Him. They were pure white, and wore sparkling tiaras. Standing silently they looked upon Baba with melting eyes. Then they stepped closer to Him and each one in turn knelt before Him and placed her jeweled head on the Belovedís feet.

When these celestial animals rose after their darshan, Baba gave a deep sigh and all the leaves in the forest shook and swayed as though they were applauding. I woke up, my heart dancing with happiness.

 

DREAMING OF THE BELOVED, pp. 33-34
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