Newsletter – Mar 2016
This Universal Religion welcomes one and all
To realize the divinity that dwells in inner self and in the whole Universe
Dear Member friends,
I hope you all enjoyed the three bliss filled days on 9th, 10th and 11th of February at our “Temple of Modern Humanity”, in Pithapuram, Andhra Pradesh.
Ours is “Universal Religion” that has ingrained the essence of all religions and these three days are our Bhogi, Makara Sankranthi and Mukkanuma festive days.
Festival celebrations are part of our cultural and traditional life. Names may vary according to region but underlying concept is same. To bring back glory of human life into our routine struck depressed minds, reminding us great episodes and the victory of good over evil. Festivals bring families, friends and new associations together. In this togetherness, we forget our miseries and plights. Life rejuvenates with new associations and strengthens with old relations. Especially this is harvest festival which brings prosperity and joy to one and all. Ours is unique festival. Members in the presence of Sath Guru share spiritual knowledge and experiences and rejuvenate in the magnificent aura of Sath Guru. All past peethadhipathis, yogis, jnanis and many realized souls participate in their astral forms and bless the attendees with their grace. Sufis say this great learning as “Adab”. To be in the presence of Sath Guru… just let the knowledge and pure love flow from him unconditionally. Follow him and cherish the divinity within self and in the whole universe.
Dear all, I know your heart throbs for these auspicious days. Time dictates our lives. We have to wait till next year for this serene time. Sath Guru blessed us spiritually and gave priceless gift -“The patience”. We can handle anything in life with patience and can wait till our last breathe for Swami’s grace. But the secret is…. be in touch with Sath Guru, feel him in your heart and breathe. Follow him at all levels and experience the eternal ecstasy every minute of your life. Let your life be “Adab” in his footsteps and live a life of divinity within this physical.
Renuka Devi Vangara