edited by Ira Deitrick
At the beginning of their long association, Meher Baba directed his disciple Ramjoo Abdullah to keep a daily journal. This account covers highlights of the first seven years of Meher Baba's work, including hundreds of early discourses and stories, with special reference to Baba's first training center, the Manzil-e-Meem. Also included is Ramjoo's account of Baba's work with children in the "school for love", the Prem Ashram (previously published as Sobs and Throbs). These accounts have been edited and annotated. A supplement includes reminiscences of several men who attended the Prem Ashram as boys.
Paperback | 586 pages