I ssue 83 - August 05, 2018
Inspirational Note...
In 2016 one of the Satsangs held in the divine presence at Japan. A devotee asked about reincarnation and the laws of Karma.

And here is what Swami said:

You can teach only those who are ready to receive. If they are not ready, whatever you teach will fall on deaf ears. However, those who believe in heaven must also believe in hell, is it not? So you can always tell them that, if they do good, they will definitely go to heaven, but how can they be so sure about it? What if they have done wrong and because of that, they end up in hell? Therefore, it’s always better to do good, good, good. Then, reincarnation or whatever happens, you will always be happy – it does not matter. Whether you teach about reincarnation or heaven and hell, it does not matter. What matters is that you teach them that one needs to be on the path of goodness, the path of morality. That is more than enough.
 Service Updates
Divine Mother and Child Health Screenings 
The Divine Mother and Child health screenings were held in Melbourne, Victoria in two locations. The first session was held on Wednesday, July 18, 2018 at Wydham Vale where dentists and general practitioners (GPs) saw mothers and children. There was an interactive, fun presentation on healthy eating habits for children and adults.
Health On Wheels
Dawasamu District School, Tailevu
On July 7, 2018, the volunteers for Health on Wheels (Sai Prema Foundation Fiji) went to the rural area of Tailevu to conduct a free medical and dental camp for the locals of the are. The medical camp was held at Dawasamu District School. There are eleven villages surrounding this school. This area is quite far from the urban centres, approximately two hours away. The nearest health centre, Korovou Health Centre is one hour away. Therefore, this was one of the ideal places to have the camp as it is quite difficult for the local people to travel far to access healthcare.
Visit to Baan Unrak - House of Joy
Baan Unrak, translated from Thai as "House of Joy", is a children's home and community development project in Sangkhlaburi, Thailand. On July 20, 2018, youth from Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore had the privilege of visiting Sangkhlaburi, which is a six hour drive from Bangkok, and is located at the border of Burma and Thailand.