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At the Feet of The Mother

February 08, 1914

A Recitation of selected Prayers and Meditations of The Mother (AUDIO)

O LORD, sweet Master of love, Thou who makest us emerge out of darkness that we may awake to consciousness, who deliverest us from suffering to make us commune with Thy eternal peace, every morning my aspiration rises ardently towards Thee and I implore that my being, integrally awakened to the knowledge of Thee, may live only by Thee, in Thee and for Thee, I implore that more and more perfectly identified with Thee, I may become nothing else than Thou manifested in word and act; I implore that all those who approach us, all those who are connected with us, may awaken to the full knowledge of Thy divine presence, Thy sovereign law, and let themselves be definitively transformed by it; I implore that all men on earth may feel dawn in them, in spite of this bitter suffering and even in it, the consolation of Thy light and Thy love and the marvellous relief of Thy peace; I implore that all substance more and more penetrated with Thy sovereign forces may less and less oppose to Thee the resistance of blind ignorance, and that triumphing over all obscurity. Thou mayst transfigure definitively, integrally, this world of struggle and anguish into a world of harmony and peace. So that Thy law may be accomplished.

 [* Please note that here the text of 1948 edition (translated from original French by Rishabhchand) is being recited. It significantly differs from 1979 edition, published in Collected Works of the Mother, vol.1]



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