Author: Krishna Nandan Sinha
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8120715640
This work is a sensitive, intimate and transparent appraisal of Sai Baba-The Absolute Lord of Life and Death as only God can be. The sub-title of the book is the first line of a hymn to Saint Teresa, a dedication by Richard Crashaw, the 17th century metaphysical poet. Saint Teresa was fired by the ember of divine love, while she was still a child of six and wanted to go to the Moors to embrace martyrdom for the love of Christ.
In this work also, the author expresses the supreme continence of affirmation, as he is touched by the terrors of death and learns, through experience, the lesson of a lifetime’s death in love, ardour, selflessness and self-surrender. Written in the first voice and giving resonance to the true voice of feeling, it reads like a novel and is likely to have a universal appeal for all those who are seized with the passion of divine love.
Be Absolute for Death
The Nessus Shirt: The Shirt of Flame
The All-Knowing Fountain of Love
Oft to a Narrow, Homely Room
Temporary Reversion: From Grief to Relief
All This and Heaven too
The Impossible Union of Spheres of Existence
Sai Messages for One and All
The Figure that an Avatar makes: Some Images of the Divine made Human