Ishwar, The Most Elevated

The Father is always incorporeal, the Ocean of all virtues and He is therefore always worthy-to-be-worshipped.

The Father explains: There is no sweetness experienced by just saying, ‘God’ or ‘Ishwar’. He is the Father and so, by calling  Him Baba, the relation is complete.

They say that Ishwar is the Almighty Authority and that  He can do everything. That praise is useless. There isn’t that much love for Him. Here, God is called the Father. By saying “Baba” (loving reference for Father), there is the aspect of receiving an inheritance. Shiv Baba (the name of God) says: You should always say, “Baba, Baba”. Forget the words ‘Ishwar’ and ‘Prabhu’. Baba says: Constantly remember Me alone.

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