His graciously contributing Self is here with us all the time — it is the divine will and it is the light of truth as love.
"How complete this Master is! How clearly we can say that he is God-Man. To meet him — to give him one's life is the key to fulfillment. For those who experience his Grace of Love there is little to worry. One is caught in this Love unfathomable that he generates in us . . . It makes us immune — one ceases to be distracted by the manifold attractions of this surface life of the world in mind.
"There is no need for impatience. There is no need to satisfy mental hunger for greater manifestations of the truth. Through this love for him which is the spontaneously given Grace of his love for us, we feel to have tasted the fulfilled experience of God. We shall one day feel together this love that passeth understanding. We shall share, give, rejoice without want and bargaining speculation, without jealousy. Return it unto him who is all-inclusive. In this form of life, conscious of this creative miracle, we shall meet in some place in the world and sit at his feet and place the forehead on his heart that he may clear it from prejudice, doubt, fear and pain.
"We will meet again soon. With him we hope to return to the New World. I write this from the heart and from the heart I send the love that is born through his own self that never leaves one without this nostalgic feeling for him.
BOOK REVIEW — Stay with God
Leaving aside the recorded utterances of The Avatar (Divine Incarnation) which are in a class absolutely apart from the works of men, every great age produces a book that is a praise of Divinity as Man and an assurance of Man in Divinity and at the same time a permanent record of the contemporary consciousness and conscience. Such a book is the one under review.
At the end of the 1955 Sahavas at Meherabad Baba asked Francis Brabazon to write a book on his impressions of Baba in general and of that event in particular, and gave him the title, “Stay With God." — "After the Andhra tour you wrote 'Journey with God'; now I want you to write