Dont Worry Be Happy Meher Baba In His Time - The Divine Discourses

Written by:
Geoffrey Giuliano
Narrated by:
Geoffrey Giuliano

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
January 2019
1 hour 10 minutes
'The New Life is endless, and even after my physical death it will be kept alive by those who live a life of complete renunciation of falsehood, lies, hatred, anger, greed and lust; and who, to accomplish all this, do no lustful actions, do no harm to anyone, do no backbiting, do not seek material possessions or power, who accept no homage, neither covet honor nor shun disgrace, and fear no one and nothing; by those who rely wholly and solely on God, and who love God purely for the sake of loving; who believe in the lovers of God and in the reality of Manifestation, and yet do not expect any spiritual or material reward; who do not let go the hand of Truth, and who, without being upset by calamities, bravely and wholeheartedly face all hardships with one hundred percent cheerfulness, and give no importance to caste, creed and religious ceremonies. This New Life will live by itself eternally, even if there is no one to live it.' MEHER BABA
Meher Baba, born Merwan Sheriar Iran on February 25, 1894 was a beloved Indian spiritual master who said he was the Avatar or God in human form. When he was nineteen he contacted five spiritual teachers before beginning his own mission and gathering his own disciples in early 1922, at the age of twenty seven. From July 1925 to the end of his life Baba maintained silence, communicating by means of an alphabet board or by unique hand gestures. In 1931, Meher Baba made the first of many visits to the West, where he attracted many dedicated followers. Meher Baba continued what he called his 'Universal Work', which included fasting and seclusion, until his death on January 31,1969. His samadhi in Meherabad, India, has become a place of international pilgrimage. In this unique audiobook actor author Geoffrey Giuliano Gives us a must have one-of-a-kind audiobook for all true Meher Baba devotees, pop music historians, casual listeners, curious commuters and all school and university systems.
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