From a young age, Mulji Sharma possessed an intense connection with God that was both rare and uncharacteristic for his age group. In one incident, Mulji Sharma’s father, Bholanath, commented on his son’s behavior, stating that there would be plenty of time to worship God when he was older. When Mulji Sharma heard this, he began observing the behaviors of elderly people in his village. He noticed that instead of spending their time in devotion, many of them were gossiping or occupying their time with idle tasks. In response to his father’s comment, he noted that devotion to God cannot be a habit that is picked up late in life and should instead be nurtured and valued from childhood. Observations such as this set Mulji Sharma apart from an early age.