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Glossary for Vahinis
Walk for Values
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On 23 March 1967, Sathya Sai Baba signed a declaration stating that He had no worldly attachments and had adopted Holy order. This pdf file contains that document, scanned in, a notarized statement by Indulal Shah that it did indeed happen, and an explanation by Satyajit.
Conference held in Anaheim, California, USA, 10-11 October 2009. See the presentations on saicast.org
This 114-page special issue dedicated to Swami, called Divine Grace, is a scanned in pdf version of the original, complete with bookmarks to the various sections.
Annual Report of the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust. pdf file
This short missive tells us what to remember from this conference, including spiritual principles given to us by Swami, provides the resolutions coming out of the conference, and concludes with some resolutions concerning what was learned about holding conferences.
Contains Swami's discourses, all the talks at the inaugural and valedictory functions, info on the workshop sessions, and highlights. Comes in a low-resolution pdf file suitable for reading on the web and a high-resolution printable pdf file.
6 resolutions that came out of this Second Youth Conference.
44 resolutions that came out of this First Youth Conference.
On the web page to which this link directs you, you can read Swami's message, the opening-session talks, and transcripts of the other sessions, which consisted of a talk followed by questions-and-answers by a panel. You can also download the beautifully designed book for this report and view pictures of the conference.
This conference was attended by 18,000 delegates during the Birthday Celebrations. Included are recommendations from each of the 7 workshops that were held and a summary of points made by Swami in his Valedictory Discourse.
This report by the Sri Sathya Sai Word Foundation gives highlights of the 80 conferences in 73 countries that were held to prepare for the world conference.
The dates of these discourses touching on human values range from 1968 to 2006. The first is at the inauguration of the College for Women in Anantapur. Comes in three formats: a book suitable for printing, a book suitable for reading on the web, and a text-only pdf file.
This global overview of Sai Education was developed from countries and Sai devotees around the world, in an attempt to present the current (2008) state of affairs of Sai Education around the world. You can read it in English, Croatian, French, German, Greek, Italian, and Spanish. Most of the versions are in pdf format; the English version is also web-based.
This exhibition in the Purnachandra contained hundreds of panels (large posters) that presented Sai educational activities in just about every country in the world, including India, of course. Sai Institutes of Education and Sai Schools were specially displayed. You are in for a treat when you look at this exhibition.
These proceedings contain Swami's discourses at the conference, 12 talks in Sai Kulwant Hall concerning Sai Education, a discussion of the Education Exhibition, with pictures, and other pictures taken at the conference. One downloadable version is suitable for printing.
These guidelines give initial policies and procedures for creating and maintaining Institutes of Sai Education. These will be superceded as more experience with such Institutes is gained.
Contains all the presentations/talks at this important conference in 2001, also resolutions and an action plan. Swami's valedictory discourses are included, as well as three from 2000.
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2012.11.24. Gary Belz
appointed Chair of SSSWF
More extensive details for the operation of Sathya Sai Centers and Groups, dated September 2012.
Guidelines for Sathya Sai centers and groups, dated September 2012. For devotees and vistors to centers and groups.
The original charter of the Sai Organizations, from 1981.
A Garland of Eight Flowers of Virtues, by Smt. Sarla Indulal Shah, Founder and National Coordinator (India) of Sri Sathya Sai Bal Vikas.
A day by day record of Swami's Life and Journeys over 8 decades, together with almost 350 rare photographs.
The Compendium, developed under the direction of Sri Indulal Shah, with input from hundreds of devotees, chronicles the life of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. It consists of a book and 12 DVDs, with text, images, audio, video, and more.
The purpose of this two-day conference was to sensitize the medical fraternity to the role of spirituality in healthcare. About 200 health care professionals, predominently medical doctors, listened to 14 presentations and discussed the meaning of health care spirituality and its influence. This beautifully presented book contains the 14 presentations and accompanying material.
About 50 posters created for the conference exhibition.
A book produced in connection with this conference.
Sai Gita passed away on 22 May 2007. Read this memorial, taken from the pages of www.sssbpt.org.
This article, with pictures, of Swami's elephant, Sai Gita, was taken from Heart-2-Heart, the Radio Sai Listener's journal.
This web-based hypertext glossary has links between entries, so that you can click on a word that you see in a definition and get to that word's definition. You can download the glossary so that you don't have to be on the internet to use it. Besides conventional spellings, phonetic spellings are also given.
This pdf file contains discussions of Swami's teachings on selfless service, issues of administration and policies, information on organizing and maintaining service projects, and examples of service projects.
A collection of 20 discourses --from 1960 to 2005-- that touch on health care and two discussions of Sai healthcare. This beautifully designed book comes in a low-resolution pdf file suitable for web viewing and a high-resolution pdf file suitable for printing.
In 2002-3, the Toronto Sai School started a Walk for Values, a small parade involving pledges not of money but of the practice of a Human Value --True, Love, Peace, Right Action, Nonviolence, or some subvalue of one of these. This grass roots movement is spreading around the world.
In 1995, each month, Sai Centers in the US were sent guidelines for carrying out service projects (if they wanted to) dealing with the environment --from saving eyeglasses to recycling paper to a study circle on how thoughts can pollute. Each is 1 sheet of paper. Many of these are still timely. Look at them and get ideas.