Sadhu (good) Jana (person) Poshana (guarding and guiding). 'I have come because the Sadhus and the Sadhakas prayed that I should come' says Baba. When virtuous and upright persons cry out in anguish for a Saviour, when persons seeking to live the good life are tortured by circumstances, cruelty and negligence, then the Saviour comes. Baba is Naraakaara (human form) assumed by the Niraakaara (formless) as promised in the Bhagavad gita, to help good men. "If your illness or poverty hampers your spiritual progress, I rush with Grace towards you and set it right, for My task is Sadhuposhana, the fostering of the good," says Baba. Sadguna, according to Baba, is to be inferred from such details of daily life as limited speech, sweet conversation, readiness to serve others, humility and reluctance to see faults in others. In one of His Declarations (before the commencement of His discourse) he has announced that 'He is Vasudeva come again "in order to restore vitality and vigor, self-confidence and self-knowledge among Sadhus (good men) who have lost faith in themselves, and in God". How can the all-merciful Sai give His children over to be tormented and insulted by the 'blind' 'deaf' and the 'heartless'.