Meher Today – 28th September
28 September 1918
As World War I was approaching its end, on 28 September 1918, Sai Baba, was stricken with a fever which lasted for two days. Afterward, the Master began fasting, well aware of his impending death.
28 September 1922
On Thursday, 28 September, Baba put up this notice on the board which was kept in the Manzil:
The following will come in force from October 1 — till God knows when!
1. Go to bed at 9:00 P.M. and get up at 4:00 A.M.
2. From 4:00 to 5:00 A.M. — answer nature’s call, attend to ablutions, et cetera.
3. From 5:00 to 6:00 A.M. — be absorbed in devotion to God in the manner to be explained by me one day before.
28-9-22 [the date] = 59 = 14
28 September 1925
On 28 September, Baba nicknamed Khodu Sailor because of his water duty, and that became his name thereafter. Baba was in a good mood and gave others nicknames, as well. Masaji was given the name Major. Eruchshaw was religious-minded and strictly observed the tenets of his faith, reciting the Zoroastrian prayers and wrapping the sacred thread around his waist. Because of Eruchshaw’s devout nature, Baba renamed him Peshotan, which was later shortened to Pesu (or Pesi) by the mandali.
28 September 1958
Baba’s health continued to worsen during his seclusion. When Goher requested him to call in outside physicians, Baba replied, “During the seclusion period, I wish neither to consult any outside doctors, nor will I go to them. My body may remain or go; I have to complete my work.” He did, however, permit Goher to take a blood sample and send it to Poona for analysis.
The night of Sunday, 28 September 1958, was very bad for Baba. He was extremely restless. He had loose bowel movements five times and also vomited. But in the morning, when among the men, he remarked to Kaikobad, “Due to your prayers, I feel better now.”
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