Issue 96 - November 05, 2018
Inspirational Note...
In a Satsang held in the divine presence in Singapore, on August 8, 2017; when asked about enlightenment.

Here is what Swami said:

Just now I said that, once you are enlightened, you will help others become enlightened, whilst still being engaged in good actions. By being an Enlightened One, you will help others. When you graduate from school, you can become a teacher, teaching and helping others graduate. That becomes the purpose of your life. For as long as God wants you to serve, He will give you opportunities to help others redeem themselves.
 Service Updates
Registrations for World Youth Meet 2018 at Sathya Sai Grama, Muddenahalli is now open
The youth are the future of the world, and everyone's tomorrow is dependent on their skill and sincerity today. The world's population is young: 42 percent of people are under the age of 25! But many a youth are lost today for want of direction and proper guidance. Therefore, the necessary enthusiasm and encouragement must be generated among the youth. Every youth has the responsibility to undertake his or her journey of life with enthusiasm, dynamism, purity, patience and perseverance. The need-of-the-hour is to address their today holistically, for a better world tomorrow.

The World Youth Meet 2018 will be hosted at Sathya Sai Grama In Muddenahalli , like every year, and is indeed going to be a wonderful confluence of youth from around the world and from many faiths!

‘YOUTH FOR YOUTH, is the theme for this year’s World Youth Meet. YOUTH is the acronym for Young Ones United To Help (other youths), and this World Youth Meet will help all the youth deliberate about how each one can help another youth – physically, mentally and spiritually.

Here is the link to register NOW

Please click on the link below to register at One World One Sai site for the WYM 2018
Health on Wheels, Divine Mother And Child Program, Heart Beat and Be a Hero Projects by Sai Prema Foundation
In a humble attempt to show gratitude to people who have dedicated their lives in serving their communities, Sai Prema Foundation (SPF) Fiji volunteers conducted a free Medical Camp and free food service to Christian nuns and priests as part of their “Health on Wheels” and “Sai Annapoorna” projects at Sri Sathya Sai Sanjeevani Medical Centre, Suva.
Balinese Ceremonial Seva
Ceremonies are an integral part of the Balinese people. Most of our daily routines are in some way related to a ceremony. It has been a way of life for Balinese people since the very beginning. Upon coming of age, a Balinese boy or girl must step into several ceremonies as a rite of passage into adulthood. These ceremonies are called Manusiayadnya which includes Mepetik, MenekKelih, and Metatah. Upon death ceremonies are also conducted. This ceremony is called Atma Wedana, a ceremony conducted to ease the passage of the dead to after life.