Issue 92 - October 07, 2018
Inspirational Note...
In 2015 one of the Satsangs held in the divine presence at Encinitas, USA. A devotee asked if He will stay with us and protect us always.

And here is what Swami said:

You wanted to tell Me ‘thank you’? In ‘thank you’, there is ‘I’ and there is ‘you’. But between Me and you, we are both same. So, there’s no question of you thanking Me! Don’t distance yourself from Me by thanking Me. Just be grateful.
 Service Updates
Love and Service in Australia
Murwillumbah, New South Wales
Murwillumbah, New South Wales is where the Heart of Love Centre is in Australia. Since September 24, 2018, volunteers have begun providing breakfast to students in a high school in the area. Some students travel on buses to school for almost an hour from home and miss out on the main meal of the day. Volunteers serve toast, spreads, cheese, fruits and bottled water every morning.
Perth, Western Australia
Health in Kind in Perth have begun a service initiative with a new partner called CARAD (Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Detainees). CARAD helps refugee families and has over a hundred families in their care.
Medical Outreach Report, September 1, 2018,
Health on Wheels and Sai Annapoorna Service by Sai Prema Foundation Fiji
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.
One of the eldest Sisters lovingly
checked by the in-charge GP – Dr. Artika
SPF Volunteer Uncle Indra Deo’s token of appreciation speech.
Multi-faith prayers were held after the speeches, prior to lunch
Bal Vikas Programme in Bali
The youth from Pooja Sai Ashram have been given the opportunity to hold Bal Vikas programme in Bali. It is a weekly programme where children from the Ashram are all involved. The programme starts with morning prayers and continues with Bhajans sung together by the Bal Vikas children and youth.
A special programme dedicated for the Independance of Indonesia
Lessons in Time Management
I have not been good at managing time. But God knows how to change us! In my case, Swami gave me an opportunity to teach at our Ashram’s Bal Vikas class and the outdoor activities programme. I realized that teaching these children would be...
I realized that teaching these children would be a difficult task. We must first change ourselves before we teach them. I do not know why, but in August, I decided to share about discipline with them. Discipline of time, I think, is the best topic for these children. I discussed with them how time is very important and how time quickly passes. I emphasized how we must spend our limited time with beneficial activities.