Why does Baba have to always ask the children to have the intoxication that Baba whom everyone worships is Himself teaching us? Is there an element of doubt in the children? Have we not got the most elevated knowledge of Gita from Shiva the Bestower of Gita Gyan? So many times Baba has said that He is incognito but He is unlimited in his virtues, qualities, powers, knowledge. He has said so many times through Brahma, that He is the HIghest on High. He is the only one who is Bodiless. He is the one who is free from all bondages. He is the principal actor and director of this unlimited drama being enacted on the world stage. Each soul is numberwise. As souls, we are children of the Supreme Soul, the Father and his name is Shiva. When we consider ourselves to be souls, then we are beyond gender and our relationship with each other is brothers. That is why it is brotherhood that is talked about. The Supreme Father is only one, who is the Bestower of Salvation to all. He grants all souls liberation and liberation-in-life. Yes, we cannot see Him with our physical eyes, but we cannot even see a soul with a physical eye, so what's the big deal. Does not the knowledge that He has given us, our true identity as souls, adopting us as Brahmins through Father Brahma and giving us the knowledge of the three aspects of time, thereby making us Trikaldarshi, prove that this truly is not something which an ordinary human soul can do. Can anybody so efficiently describe the true nature of the soul, the maximum and minimum number of births a soul can take, the time duration of one cycle of Kalpa, the three worlds, the physical, subtle and the incorporeal, or better known as talkies, movie and silence world which exist. He is the one who is truly altruistic, totally egoless, He says I say namaste to you children and make you the master of three worlds. I do not go into the Paradise that I create for you Children. Thank You Baba, my Spiritual Father, Teacher, Satguru, my mother, my true companion, my friend, my love. I love you from the bottom of my heart. Your mahima is aparamapar and I feel truly blessed that You have found me Baba.