Swami’s Prema (Love) has no trace of self-interest in it. It is absolutely pure. Swami knows only how to give, not how to receive. Swami’s hand is held above for conferring something, not stretched for seeking anything. Moreover, once Swami has declared, “You are Mine”, whatever wrong ways they may pursue, Swami will not abandon them. It may be asked why anyone who has been accepted by Swami thus should be subject to hardships and troubles. These troubles are the consequences of their own karma (actions). They have to see that their conduct is right. If, supposing, the Lord blesses a man with a hundred years of life, he should not get puffed up with pride and start jumping from a tree in the confidence that he will live for a century. He may live for a hundred years, but may have his leg broken in the fall. So in accepting the blessing of God, one should also try to lead a righteous life.