Issue 61 - March 4, 2018
Inspirational Note...
In Croatia in April of 2016, a devotee thanked Swami for protecting him during his past tough times and sought guidance and protection, during his old age. Here is what Swami said:

My protection is always there. Believe it is there; don’t keep doubting. Once I have said I will protect, I will always protect.

Once, a man wanted to cross a forest. He prayed to Lord Krishna to help him. Krishna said to him, “You proceed in the front and I will follow. I will be there all the time. I will be there, right behind you, to protect you.” As the man started to cross the forest, he had tremendous faith that Krishna was right behind him. However, after he walked a few steps, he heard the growling of a tiger and grew afraid. He thought, ‘What if Krishna is not behind me? What if He is not there and this tiger attacks me?’ Many such doubts entered his mind. So, to check if Krishna was behind him, he turned around, but he could not see Krishna behind him. He became very scared and, when he returned to the village, was so upset with Krishna that, as he entered His temple, he said, “You told me that You would be right behind me, but when I turned around, You were not there!” Krishna answered, “Foolish man! When you turned around, I moved to stay behind you – so I was always behind you, but you could not see Me!”

Just the same, when I have said I will protect and I will guide, I will always do so. Do not look back again and again for Me, for once I have said I will be there, I will be there, and I will guide.
 Service Updates
Free Monthly, Medical And Dental Screening For Students At Toogoolawa School
Toogoolawa School is situated in Pimpama, Gold Coast about 30 minutes from Brisbane, Queensland. Toogoolawa is an Aboriginal word meaning “A place in the heart” and has been adopted so as to continually affirm the loving principles on which the teaching practices are based. Toogoolawa School is a spiritually-inclined, inter-denominational school for boys. Some of the boys who attend have anxiety disorders, others are no longer welcome in mainstream schools for adverse behaviour choices and yet others have simply fallen through the academic cracks of the education system. Still other students prefer the therapeutic benefit of a small school setting.
Health on Wheels Medical Camp
 Navunisea District School , Tailevu - February 3, 2018
On Saturday, February 3, 2018, volunteers from the Sai Prema Foundation, Fiji’s ‘Health on Wheels’ Project, went to Navunisea District School in the interior of Tailevu on the main island of Viti Levu, Fiji to conduct a free medical camp for the poor in remote villages in that area. All the volunteers left the capital city, Suva in the early hours of the morning and after a couple of hours of travel, arrived at the school to set up for the medical camp.
Bal Vikas , Human Values
Lessons and Fun Day 
Denpasar Distric, Bali
The youth of Pooja Sai of Bali, Indonesia had joined the youths of Tegal Mengken of the Tabanan Regency for their Bal Vikas and human values session with children of Tegal Mengken.
Monthly And Weekly Free Medical Camp
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - March 04 2018
On March 4, 2018 the youth of Singapore have joined in during the medical camp to assist the Malaysian youths. It is truly a great sight when youth of two countires come together to do good work, especially when it's god’s work.
The medical team also educate patients, especially the poor that “health, is not something the doctor gives you, instead health is something you are responsible to give to yourself”. Equally understanding the background and sufferings in their daily life, the youths motivate them, speaking to them lovingly and listening to their problems. During this process, the youths also build qualities of compassion and empathy.
A Journey of a Cancer Survivor
If it wasn't for Swami's Divine intervention, I probably wouldn't be alive and writing this article. I was 30, married with an infant child and diagnosed with cancer!
 I vividly recall the phone call from the doctor. I cried and the only thing on my mind was that death was knocking on my door and the thought of what would...