Maa reinforces that listening to the nectarine stories of Bhagavatam and identifying with them, one starts growing in love with the Lord. But the question remains how to retain the feeling of devotion constantly. Maa elaborates pointedly that life is transitory. Like lightning, no moment ever comes back. So let one aim for devotion, dispassion, and the realised knowledge of God.She says fear always haunts a man – fear of losing, failure, humiliation and so on. This is always a great impediment in our growth towards the path of devotion. So again and again she emphasises, the importance of a Guru in removing contradictions and afflictions of the world in a seeker’s life.The suffering is due to wrong identification of body, mind and ego personality. Maa, through her devotional invocations paves the way for the listener to feel the blessed, merciful hands of the lord in everything in the universe. A feeling of complete blessedness and gratitude overpowers the listener on hearing the enchanting shlokas she recites from Srimad Bhagavatam.
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