During this period, (April 1959) Dhun Satha came for Baba’s darshan from Bindra House. Being a cripple, she was carried in a chair by their servant, named Kesar. Baba commented to her, “Seeing your plight, I feel I should heal you, but it is good for you to suffer and have patience until I break my silence.”
Dhun said, “I did not come to you for this purpose to make you suffer. I do not wish that you should be troubled on my account. I want only your love. This body has to go one day anyway.”
Baba expressed how pleased he was by her reply.
Dhun Satha had been crippled for years with muscular dystrophy and every bone in her body was aching. Baba commented to her, “One is no doubt helpless without the use of hands and feet, but when God’s wrath descends, even hands and feet are not enough to save one!”
Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 16, pp. 5570 – 5571.