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Humpty Dumpty's Fall
« on: November 06, 2009, 01:39:44 PM »
During His last years, Bhagavan Ramana had to walk with
great difficulty, with His weakened legs.  But He always preferred
to walk any distances within the Asramam, on His own and
never allowed to support Him.

One over anxious devotee once followed Bhagavan Ramana,
for quite some time, when He was walking.  Bhagavan Ramana
asked him:  Why are you coming behind me?  The devotee
replied:  Bhagavan Ramana! Just to hold You, in case You fall."

Bhagavan Ramana replied him with smile:  "Please see that
you do not fall.  I shall take care of myself."

Arthur Osborne writes about the anxieties that everyone had
during Bhagavan Ramana's last days, when He was walking
with great strain to dining hall, from the Jubilee Hall, that is,
the front portion of Mother's Temple, where there is a stone
image of Bhagavan Ramana today with a stone sofa.

Arunachala Siva.