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How to Practice Righteousness in Daily Life?

The word ‘dharma’ [right conduct/righteousness] is associated with so many connotations that a symposium was arranged in Madras [now Chennai] by Sri Ramakrishna Math in 1984, to discuss them. About twenty speakers took part in it!

In Our Inmost Heart

To write about Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba is like trying to make an attempt to describe the infinite, unfathomable ocean of Godhead. Who dares to reveal the mysteries hidden beyond the grasp and

The Three D’s

Bhagavan’s mission is to bring about a spiritual transformation, in order to save mankind from the abysmal depths of materialism into which it is blindly heading at present. His selfimposed task is to weed

Mid-Atlantic Region’s 37th Annual Retreat

The Sri Sathya Sai Baba Organization of the Mid-Atlantic Region held its 37th Annual Retreat recently at Camp Westmont nestled in the heart of the beautiful Pocono Mountains. The theme being, “Why Fear When

The Legacy

A typical monsoon day in August of 1973 at Prasanthi Nilayam saw the start of the Brooklyn Sai Center. During an interview in the small interview room with Swami, in the presence of Sister Anne

A Garland From Ceylon

“Not to love is not to live; develop serenity through the control of senses and detachment; Sathya is the very breath of life.” These simple messages from Sathya Sai Baba reached the people in

Our Lives are Your Message, Swami

For the past year, time and again we’ve heard devotees say that our beloved Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba has only left his physical form, that he remains ever-present, guiding us with unfaltering love.

Bhagavad-Gita and Bal Vikas

Bal Vikas [a values-based program for children, now known as Sathya Sai Education (SSE) teachers must realize the sanctity of the Bhagavad-Gita [The Song of God—an epic], and its teachings. The aim of the

The Refuge

O Bhagavan Baba, with what gracious love, You as Adi Narayana [Lord Vishnu] flew to the rescue of Gajendra [the elephant] hearing his cries of extreme distress and prayers of one-pointed devotion, when he was

Why Worry

Worry is a self‑inflicted subtle pain in the mind of man. It is the result of unfulfilled desire for satisfying some whim or fantasy. Worry buffets its victims between hope and despair; they drift