On the morning of Vaishakh Sud 7th, Bapashri, showing his favour, talked. If doubts arise about the scriptures written by Muktas or talks of Muktas, it will be sin. There are two categories of Muktas-one is that of dwelling in the form of Maharaj and the other is that of having studied scriptures. The words of learned are proper according to scripture and acceptable to the people and the words of Muktas may not conform to the scripture or to the norms of people but they are words of deserving weightage and therefore conformity of scriptures is not necessary, because Shriji Maharaj Himself speaks through them so these words are invaluable. If one doubts the words of Muktas and change the words, it will be harmful and if he knows the importance of Muktas words, it will be beneficial. Those who do not have trust in words of Muktas will not be benefited. In the association of Muktas, sankhya (the path of knowledge) and yoga -both will be realized. Sankhya means you are not the body, and yoga means becoming one with Murti. If this is done through Muktas it will soon be done. Indirect (paroksha) scripture is like weed (husk) and direct (pratyaksh) scripture like a grain. Vachanamrut is like dinner, because it has come from the mouth of Shriji Maharaj. Therefore it should be read daily because it is the only powerful scripture that leads to ultimate liberation. It is like going on the straight path and other scriptures are like walking on the uneven path, which may take any where and may lead to fall. Just as there is a quarter lbs. of milk in 20 kilograms of water, the swan will separate it. Similarly great Muktas know how to get gist from scriptures. The purification of education is also possible through the association of Muktas. When scriptures refer to Brahm, saint, and incarnation, we should understand Brahm as Akshardham, saint as Muktas, and incarnation as Maharaj. Such words should be linked to Murti, Akshardham and Muktas but not to inferior levels. Those who doubt in this have no understanding of satsang. According to scripture they are outward things, therefore if any one describes it, we should not prescribe it because it makes us forget Murti. It is so because there is no description of Murti in it. If there no one to do it and if we are forced to do it, we must do it appropriately. Dealing in satsang also makes us forget Murti. The other description without Maharaj’s Murti is like going to sea without a boat, which will result in death means the doer or hearer will not be liberated. Therefore the devotee of incarnated form of Shri Hari should talk of events of this present incarnation. When there are talks of Maharaj, Maharaj and Muktas are present there and are very much pleased. In the talk or preaching if there is quotation of any other incident without Maharaj, they will be very much displeased. They will think that though such great soul have met jiva even then he remembers illusive (mayik) form. It is just like describing greatness of Patel before a sovereign king. Therefore whereever there is katha-varta (discourse) of Maharaj there should not be any other indirect (paroksh) talk. When there are ignorant persons in the audience, and if there is possibility of trouble there it has to be done. On such occasion Maharaj does not get displeased, but without emergency if one refers any other incident without incident of Maharaj it will hurt Him and Muktas. Just as if some one asked to sit for dinner and nobody serves him, it will be unbearable for him. Same is the case with Maharaj and Muktas. Empty words will not affect Jiva but the one who has thorough knowledge of Maharaj’s form and even if he does not see Murti, his words will affect jiva much because they are related to Mahaprabhuji. If these words go deep in the heart they will merge him with Brahm and make him Mukta. Maharaj and Muktas are very much pleased on him. || 51 ||