Flower of the Day: 10.25.14

“Desire adds value to the idea of ‘me.’ When one buys a new car and then drives it, one feels fulfilled and self-satisfied. One identifies with it – one actually becomes the car. But this satisfaction doesn’t last very long. Soon we yearn for something else to add value to the idea of ‘me’ – maybe a house or a partner. So we live our lives seeking and wishing for things that could fill the inner void. This desire becomes compulsive and stimulates comparisons, envy, jealousy and many other negative feelings. But at some point this compulsive desire starts to weaken because you notice that nothing outside you will bring the satisfaction you are seeking.”

Sri Prem Baba


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Navaratri was celebrated from 15 to 24 October. This festival is in honor of the Divine Mother in the forms of Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. Celebrations and rituals are held throughout India during the nine days of the festival. A retreat called Intensive Spirituality Course was held at the


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Beloved friends, I want to first express my gratitude to all of you who are already, in one way or another, able to offer your gifts and talents to serve the greater purpose of our work, which is
Gurupurnima or the Day of the Guru is a traditional Hindu festival. This year it was celebrated with much joy, emotion and devotion by Sri Prem Baba’s disciples and friends around the world on