Miracle of love: stories about Neem Karoli Baba

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Dutton, Oct 15, 1979 - Philosophy - 414 pages
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Miracle of Love is a collection of short stories about Neem Karoli Baba. Neem Karoli Baba never wrote any books, never told anyone to write books. He was just a little old man with a blanket.
He woudl say things like "Remember Christ and feed the poor"
Yet around him schools, hospitals, ashrams and temples were built. Ram Das is his most famous student. Most of the stories are very short, somtime only one paragraph long. It is left up to the reader to find the meaning of the stories. Ram Das has included some of his own stories about
Neem Karoli Baba in this book. There are several hundred stories. I have read this book from cover to cover several times and each time I find new stories which mean a lot to me.
Ram Das is the author of "Be Here Now" from the late 60's

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A great human being, a great master and a man who carried a very pure heart. Baba Neem Karoli has influenced many people by his simplicity and devotion towards God. His greatest teaching was to love ... Read full review


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Now in the process of recovering from a stroke he suffered several years ago, Ram Dass today speaks to packed houses and maintains a regular schedule of appearances. He lives in Tiburon, California.

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