Monday, April 25, 2011
Many Indians considered him God.
“..an Indian religious leader revered by millions for spiritual and healing powers but dismissed by some as a charlatan who passed off magic tricks as miracles.”
He performed miracles and saved people’s lives but could not save his own. These types of beliefs give religion a bad name.
“Sai Baba's death Sunday triggered an outpouring of grief from followers who included Indian politicians, movie stars, athletes and industrialists.”
“Most remembered him as a pious, selfless person who worked to help others with the billions of dollars donated to his charitable trust.” Now those qualities one can admire.
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