One morning in July, (1968) Baba dictated this rhyme:
“God always existed. God will always exist.
He is never changing, ever the same,
And illusion is his eternal game.”
Later, in August, Baba continued the theme:
“Everlasting, never ending
Never changing, ever the same
And his Oneness in its fullness
Plays in manyness his game.”
Another time, he spelled out, “Coming, coming, coming – came!” Francis said Eruch’s words sounded like an auctioneer’s call in reverse! With a twinkle in his eyes, Baba gestured, “None of you can know what it means.” A few days later, he added another line, making it rhyme:
“Coming, coming, coming – CAME!
I am tired of the illusion game!”
Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 20, p. 6642.
(On the evening of July 30, 1968 Baba declared: “My work is done. It is completed one hundred percent to my satisfaction…” and six months later on January 31, 1969, Baba dropped his physical form).