NO CAUSE FOR OFFENSE
In such cases, Baba stated, he preferred that they remove his photographs from their house, not attend Baba meetings or revere him, and stop repeating his name audibly. Baba impressed upon his lovers the necessity of maintaining harmony among family members, and urged them to keep him enthroned in their hearts, and silently love him more and more with constant remembrance.
"Thereby," he concluded, "all avenues of dissatisfaction and discord in the family will be closed and they will have no cause for offense."
LORD MEHER, 1st USA ed, vol. 15 & 16, p. 5291
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