I am with you wherever you may be
I am with you wherever you may be.
I do not require conveyance to take me.
Sai Baba (May 1914) addressing Mrs. Tarkhad, a Bandra lady and her son Master Tarkhad. : Mother, I have to go thrice a day to your house.
Mrs. Tarkhad: Yes, Baba
A local lady was astonished at this statement as she saw Baba daily at Shirdi, and said "Baba What is this strange thing you say?"
Sai Baba: I do not speak falsehood. I am Mahalaxmi. Mother I come to your house. You give me things to eat, is that not true?
Mrs Tarkhad : Yes, Baba
Shirdi Lady: Truly, does Baba go to you and do you feed him?
Mrs. Tarkhad : Yes.
Baba, to Master Tarkhad.: Do I not come to your house?
Master Tarkhad.: Yes, Baba.
Sai Baba to Shirdi Lady: Yes, mother, I go easily to Bhav's house (i.e., Bhav's house at Bandra). In the middle, there is a wall. Jumping over it, next comes the railway line, and then Bhav's house. (Here Baba described the crow's flight from Shirdi to the lady's house at Bandra).
I have to fly across walls and excavations.
(Baba's Charters and Sayings # 75, 76)