Kitty Davy, one of the earliest of Meher Baba's Western disciples, weaves the story of fifty of her years with Meher Baba. She starts with her 1931 meeting with him in London, goes on to accounts of visits to India and European cities with him, to the fifteen years she spent with him in India, and finally to America where she became an integral part of the life of Meher Spiritual Center and the lives of those who came there between 1952 and Kitty's passing in 1991.
For those who knew Kitty and were recipients of the love that came through her, this book provides an incomparable memoir. For those who never knew her, it offers a uniquely clear look at what discipleship really means.
Published 2nd edition, 2001.
Born in London, Kitty L. Davy first met Meher Baba on his initial visit to the West in 1931. From that day until the present time, she has led the always challenging life of one of his close disciples.
One of the few disciples to whom Meher Baba accorded the privilege to “leave all and follow me,” Kitty Davy spent the next twenty years in Meher Baba’s company, briefly in Europe and later for a long period in India.
In 1952, Meher Baba brought Kitty Davy to America and by his wish she remained to help with the running of the Meher Spiritual Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She continued this work with enthusiasm, vitality and love, inspiring those who knew her up until her death December 3, 1991.