Questioner: The work that you are currently doing for the world's salvation, will the wish for this not diminish eventually? Or where will your next birth be when it is fulfilled?
Dadashri: It will never end. When I am released from this body, the effect will be realized then, and if at the time something is left, that will be fulfilled and Moksha will be attained once that is fulfilled. This is the last wish, with which I have nothing to do; nevertheless, it is still a wish. As long as even a single wish remains, there is no escape from this worldly life. Mind you, this wish of mine is from the past; it is not from this lifetime. And whatever wishes have been brought forward will eventually be fulfilled, will eventually be discharged.
Questioner: Is that considered your charging?
Dadashri: No, these wishes are in the form of a discharge, not in a charge form. Now, they come to discharge everything associated with the body. Once it discharges, the discharge will come to an end. Whatever was previously charged is now being discharged. Whether I like it or not the discharge is inevitable.
Questioner: Will the body remain forever when those wishes become fulfilled?
Dadashri: No, I will acquire a new body, and that will be in Mahavideh Kshetra, and after one or two more lifetimes there, having fulfilled the merit karma (discharged any pending the merit karma), I will go to Moksha . The binding of merit karmas is inevitable in doing work of Jagat Kalyan (salvation of the world), that verily will yield fruit and it may even lead to a Tirthankar birth and that too will have to be enjoyed.