(Feb. 1958) Referring to the mast whom he kept aloof, Baba stated, “We all are staying here together as companions. I have heard that two men approached the mast and gave him two rupees and laddoos. I had strictly forbidden it on the Hill.
“Who did it? They should come forward and acknowledge their guilt so that I may forgive them. They should not be afraid, because I am Infinite Forgiveness.”
Abdul Majid Khan stood up and confessed having given the mast a rupee. Baba corrected him, emphatically stating, “I am the Saheb-e-Zaman, the Master of the Age. Why are you catching hold of the branches? Why don’t you hold fast to the root? In the depth of your heart you should enthrone me as God!” Baba then embraced him.
A second person also came forward. He had given the mast laddoos and a rupee coin. Baba forgave him also and embraced him. It was then ascertained that both men had made the offering to the mast before they heard of Baba’s instructions, but they did not mention this to Baba. When he learned of it, Baba expressed how pleased he was with them for their honesty.
Lord Meher, American ed., Bhau Kalchuri, Vol. 15, p. 5304.