TO ALL YOU MEET AND SEE, GIVE MY LOVE
Malcolm Schloss and Charles Purdom
Baba came in the morning, unexpectedly, when several of the group were not present. He said He did not want to come as He had to deal with other things; but the women had presents they wanted Him to give with His own hands, and to distribute photographs to which He had put His signature.
Mr. K. Hitaker, the Japanese, was called and told that from 12 mid-day until six o'clock tomorrow evening, he was to keep silence, to think of Baba and to read the messages.
Baba then explained what was to happen on the 29th and 30th.... He then distributed the presents and the photographs, and said, "To all you meet and see, give My love the only thing worth receiving."
He said to Mr. Hitaker, "You may become one of My chief workers in spreading My work in Japan and in other places, but you must first absorb Me and feel that you love Me. To tell others what we don't feel ourselves is hypocrisy. So feel, then speak with conviction. I will help you for I am in you.
"For the last seven nights, I had no rest, but I am happy." He then embraced everyone and went away.
THREE INCREDIBLE WEEKS WITH MEHER BABA, pp. 101-102
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