Premamoorthy and Premaswarupa both mean more or less the same. He has defined Prema, in a letter he wrote in his 20th year, as, 'The removal of pain and grief, the grant of contentment and joy!' Prema is positive, active enthusiasm to serve and satisfy. It is this Love (Prema) that induces Him to visit places where those anxious to see and hear Him gather, to write letters, articles, messages and books to dispel doubts, to alleviate distress, assuage pain, assist Saadhana, and confer the ultimate Vision.
'My Hand knows only the act of giving', he says. He never uses for Himself anything that He creates. His time is taken up in work for mankind, for man's uplift and liberation; He exhorts us also to grow in love. He insists on Sarvajanasamaana-prema, (prema which is samaana, equal in intensity, for Sarvajana, (all people) for all are but various roles, which He has assigned for 'Himself' in those forms. He tolerates disbelief, even discourtesy but not deceitful histrionics. Little men, puffed with pride, blinded by their own petty victories in yoga or Sadhana deign to judge Him and sometimes dare disparage Him. Baba is full of prema for those unfortunates; He advises Patience and Humility, Compassion and Sympathy and holds our resentment in check.