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Rediff news -Sathya Saibaba in critical condition: Doctors said , Many beleive Sathya Siababa to be god or god-incarnate , so why he can not cure himself and needs to go through same treatment at hospital as his desciples/common man , though question may look wierd but doesn't it look wierd that those claiming super natural powers are mere normal human beings ?

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Asked by fakeastrologer, 05 Apr '11 09:56 am
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Belief does not mean it is a reality. Sai Baba being an incarnation is only a belief among many it does not mean he is God. Once belief sets in it is difficult to make a person accept the reality. Over a period of time mind of the follower gets so conditioned that he will go about justifying even a routine happening to something divine. Sai Baba being Human has had his share of problems. He had to meet his sexual urge in the form of hugging and pawing his select disciple and students. But his disciple will dismiss it as divine exclusive blessing. There has been attempt on his life by his disgruntled disciples who had seen through him and he as a normal individual has scooted when the attack took place and his guard ensured the attackers were silenced. This is no different from the way any other VIP would have protected himself. But to his disciples and followers it would get projected like triumph of good over evil. Sai Baba has had his share of heart attacks and stork like any other ...more
Answered by Shyam, 05 Apr '11 04:19 pm

 
  
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Bcox.he also a common humanbeing..!!
Answered by yusuf syed, 05 Apr '11 11:23 am

 
  
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I do not come into group of Sathya Saibaba's followers. But your question itself, in a way answers.
If Sathya-Saibaba is human form of god, then it's appearance on earth is destined to complete at some point of time. All the previous avatars in human form have not remained in human form forever.

Now, if you doubt about Sathy Saibaba being avataar, then it is a different question, and I am not in a position to answer.
Answered by Aarnika Tiwaari, 05 Apr '11 10:06 am

 
  
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The question is nor weird at all, if has has som much of powers, why cant he cure himself.
Answered by rajan, 05 Apr '11 09:58 am

 
  
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In body he is as human as any other person,,,, in brain he may b any thing
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 05 Apr '11 10:01 am

 
  
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Nirgun,nirakar parabrahma paramatma, when takes bodily form,all laws of physical nature r applicable to the body,not t soul.even lord krisna had to leave his body by a physical cause e.g.getting struck by an arrow so was zezus & many other 'siddhapurushas'.three states i.e.creation,maintainance & destruction are applicable to material body;not t soul.no body can & should try to resist this supreme law however greatest 'siddha' he/she may be.all saints apply to themselves this common law to convey this to masses.everything is t manifestation of 'lila of that SABKA MALIK EK.
Answered by Sanjay Madhav, 21 Apr '11 10:24 pm

 
  
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