In the abode of My devotees there will be no dearth of food (anna) and clothing (Vastra), said Sai Baba at Shirdi.
Baba delights in giving food and clothing to the ill-fed and the underclothed. He teaches us how to do this service, for He gives love, with grace, and without publicity. He does not even refer to them as 'the poor'. He speaks of them to others as 'Your kith and kin'. But, this name gem means much more. It means that Baba is the sustainer of all beings. He has said that He will not allow suffering to peep into that home, where the Lord's name is reverently recited, and where, honest effort is made to develop viveka and vairagya. 'Anna' (food) is synonymous with health and 'Vastra' (clothing) with honour. Baba grants both to His children.
When you succeed in winning His grace through faith and fervour, detachment and discipline, He guarantees that you will not suffer from "Praana-haani" (injury to life) and "Maana-haani" (injury to self-respect)! And you can have undisturbed Santhi as a consequence of that assurance. 12 years before the age of retirement, He assured an officer, "I know your rivals are against you! But do not fear. You can retire from service, with honor. I shall save you from distress and dishonour!".