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Silent and Solid Grace
« on: January 24, 2010, 09:41:53 AM »
Under this heading, K.R.K. Murthy further says:-

On one occasion, I saw the handwriting of Bhagavan Ramana in
Telugu.  It was just like print, if not better.  I had a keen desire
to preserve as a momento some letters written by Bhagavan Ramana. I was feeling very delicate to ask Bhagavan especially
when there were many in the Hall.  Just then someone in the Hall remarked that I wrote in Telugu script that morning the songs selected by Bhagavan, from the writings of the saint Tayumanavar.
(a Tamil saint who lived in Tiruchirapalli sometime in early 17th
century.)  Bhagavan wanted to see the same.  I was somewhat
taken aback and also was ashamed to put before Bhagavan what
I wrote in a hurry.  Further I was sure that there would be some
mistakes which should be corrected at leisure. 

Bhagavan took the book and patiently corrected the first stanza.
I was overjoyed when Bhagavan wrote so many letters in my
book.  Bhagavan satisfied my burning desire, even before it was
expressed by me in words, and that too before everybody, without
wounding the feelings of others in the least.

In the Holy Presence of and due to the Grace of Bhagavan, every
devotee including myself used to get ma wonderful, inexplicable
and elevating spritual experiences.

(Source:  Arunachala's Ramana, Boundless Ocean of Grace,
Volume 6. Sri Ramanasramam, Tiruvannamalai.)

Arunachala Siva.