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Mehera J. Irani

After our return to Meherabad Baba, for some reason, decided to send us to Sakori for a few days. We got ready to leave, then went to say good-bye to Baba Who was waiting for us on the Post Office verandah.

Baba came first to my mother, "Take care of yourselves and look after your health," He told her. And then Baba embraced her.

Baba then turned to Naja, "Naja, come here. I'll embrace you, because you are My cousin."

And Baba embraced Naja. "And now I won't embrace anyone else!" He said.

I was standing there, and I cannot describe how I felt. I just ran away. I wanted Baba to embrace me, too, but He embraced only my mother and Naja, not me.


MEHERA, p. 77
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