Study Circle: 09/03/18 Sathya Sai Speaks, Vol 6, Chp 22: Of Him, to Him, by Him This day is dedicated to the worship of the Naraakaara (the Divine in human form) which the Niraakaara (the formless) assumed, in order to save man from the marshy terrain into which he had been drawn by the delusion which blinded his vision. Yama (God of death) can be … Continue reading Of Him, to Him, by Him
Study Circle: 08/26/18 Sathya Sai Speaks: Chapter 21, Vol 6 Proper care of the boat Like the three blades of a fan which must be activated by the current to rotate like one, in order to make life pleasant; the three–the Cabinet, the Officers and the People–must be activated by the spirit of service and work joyfully in unison, in order to make the people … Continue reading Proper Care Of The Boat
Study Circle: 08/19/18 Sathya Sai Speaks – Vol 6, Chapter 20: The Tree Of Life. I am glad that this Primary Health Centre has brought us all together today. This is a source of great joy to the villagers and so I am also happy. The rulers of our States, of whom the minister and the legislators now on this platform are the representatives, declare … Continue reading The Tree Of Life
Study Circle on CONFLICTS AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Conflict is a normal, and even healthy, part of relationships. After all, two people can’t be expected to agree on everything at all times. Since relationship conflicts are inevitable, learning to deal with them in a healthy way is crucial. When handled in a respectful and positive way, conflict provides an opportunity for growth, ultimately strengthening the bond between two people. By learning the skills you need for successful conflict resolution, you can keep your personal and professional relationships strong and growing.
Study Circle: 08/12/18 Sathya Sai speaks – Vol6 Chapter 19: This Bank and That Bank I am glad that the State Bank of India is opening a branch here in the Prashaanthi Nilayam area. Artha (wealth) is one of the Purushaarthas – legitimate objects of human endeavour. The four purushaarthas are dharma, artha, kaama and moksha. They have been listed so, in that order, on purpose. Dharma (righteousness) … Continue reading This bank and That Bank