1. ComD 2: f. 130; this entry attributes the source to Chanji’s Diary: “vide Chanji’s note-book.” On the other hand, Chanji’s own personal diary seems to indicate that Baba gave this talk on the preceding Saturday (12th February), which occasioned “general discussions on ‘Workings of the Mind.’ What is it that always turns like a wheel? . . .” (ChD 20: p. 25). Presumably these two diary references are to the same Tiffin Lecture, in which case, the date in “The Combined Diary” is to be preferred.
2. TTL/FF p. 160 and TTL p. 160 give the following: “Exactly the same way, those who are realized . . . easily realize the vast difference between the two states – the Highest and the Lowest, and also their merits and demerits etc.” (TLD/FF: 13-2-27 drafts A and B, p. 2 reads similarly). Now this last phrase is ambiguously expressed; whose merits and demerits are being spoken of? Clearly Baba could not be referring to the merits and demerits of the two states, since the “Highest” (presumably the state of God-realization) altogether transcends such categories; nor could the pronoun “their” very well refer to “those who are realized,” since merits and demerits do not pertain to God-realized persons in the ordinary way. In context of the Tiffin Lecture as a whole, the expression “merits and demerits” best applies to the Sadguru’s circle members, since Baba’s main theme in this talk has been the work that the Sadguru carries out on their behalf. The sentence has been emended in light of this interpretation.