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"How Can I See God?"

Every day the mother used to tell Dhruva many stories about God.The boy had heard stories about the devotees in dis- tress whom God had saved.The mother now stressed the fact that thesole strength and shelter of those in distress is God, who is full of mercy. On hearing her words, a new Hope surged in the boy's mind.

"Mother, how can I see God? Will He not appear if I appeal to Him?" he asked.

"True, my child, we should think of God, that Ocean of Mercy, and pray to Him. Then we can be sure of His help," replied Suniti.

Dhruva said, "But how can I see Him at all? I will see Him, tell Him about our sorrows and try to get His help."

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