The Heart of Every Lover:
Weekly Offerings

September 23, 2022
Meher Nazar Publications collection
"My center is the heart of every lover. 
Every lover with a heart that loves Baba is a center."

Meher Baba 
At Meher Center, 1956
Dear Meher Center Family and Friends,

Greetings in Meher Baba’s love to you and your family. 

We are happy to report that the Covid community level in Horry County is currently at ‘Low.’ This means that visitors to the Center are not required to wear masks while indoors anywhere on the property, except in Baba’s House, where we continue to be extra careful. As always, we remain alert to any change in this designation in the future. 

While at the Center in 1956, Baba said:

“'I want you all to listen very carefully to what I say. It appears so simple, yet it is so very important for My lovers. To love Me is to lose yourself in Me, and to find Me as your own Self is to leave all your pleasures and pains to Me. What does this mean?'

“Someone answered: ‘Very simplejust leave everything to Baba!’

“'Everything!’ Baba emphasized. ‘And remain happy! Leave your pleasures to Meleave your pains to Meand then you remain free! But it is a great thing, a difficult thing.’”*

In Baba’s love and service, 
Buz Connor
For Meher Center board and staff

*Love Alone Prevails, by Kitty Davy, p. 466
Lovers' Offerings
Family Letters #41
Read by Hari Raghavan

These are readings of a collection of letters written by Mani, Meher Baba’s sister, to the Western family of Baba lovers between 1956 and 1969.
"The most familiar thing in the universe"
In this 1970s era video, a young Charles Haynes talks about his time with Baba at the Center in 1958. Charles relates the sublime experience of being with Baba through the eyes of an eight-year-old child: from his first glimpse of Him in the Lagoon Cabin, to an unforgettable car ride, to a deep and abiding recognition of His love.

Video, 21:14
Courtesy of the Irwin Luck Interview Series
"His orders were strict"
In this audio, Dr Goher, Meher Baba's close woman Mandali and doctor, narrates her early life with Baba. She shares the story of her family's old connection with Baba, an ominous dream her father had, and her father's decision to move his well-established family from Quetta to Ahmednagar. She also shares her mother's conviction of Baba as God. Eventually, she talks about going to Bombay to study medicine under Baba's directionrevealing His lifelong plan for her.

Audio 33:21
Meherazad India, 1987
Courtesy of the Avatar Meher Baba Center of Southern California