Volume 6 - Issue 11
NOVEMBER - 2008
- Feedback from our readers on the October 2008 issue
Feedback on the Cover Story: Where Love Greets You And Grace Cures…
I congratulate and thank you for the wonderful cover story you brought about the hospital in your October issue. I am already receiving a number of calls from my friends and relatives saying they liked the article very much and that it was an eye opener for them as far as working at the General Hospital was concerned. It was a very good work of journalism indeed and I once again congratulate your whole team.
Sai Ram to you all.
Dr Chaya Hemadri, Staff Doctor at Sri Sathya Sai General Hospital
Reading this has made me very emotional. I was not able to read this article without a moment of tears in my eyes. The love and service spirit is purely "SWAMI" in all of us. I can feel Swami's presence at all times. Thank you.
"Where Love greets you and Grace cures you" is a remarkable and classic example of His divine message of "Love All and Serve all". Bhagawan Baba acts what He preaches. His limitless Divine love for humanity is unparalleled in the history of mankind. His colleges, hospitals, water and medical institutions are the living examples of His Avataric mission. He is the only hope today for the suffering millions in India and elsewhere. It is high time for the medical profession, politicians and business giants to come forward to start such programmes for the needy in India and the world.
All of us also have responsibility towards our fellowmen, to share our physical and monetary resources as much as possible, with them. We should take inspiration from the unlimited love in action of Bhagawan Baba.
I was very impressed and moved (to tears) by the all the information on the General Hospital at Puttaparthi. I cannot express in words how much SGH means to me.
With love and blessings
Your article on the above subject is an eye opener for the readers. I, in fact could visualize the scenes about which you had written such as the experiences of the patients and the doctors. I visit Parthi frequently and this article enabled me to know the names of the doctors and feel the presence of Swami in the Hospital. I'm looking forward for the 3rd part of this issue. Kudos to the team!
The General Hospital is a symbol of His endless Love and Concern for all.
Feedback on: Musings On Avatars - Part 8
Jai Sai Ram H2H Team,
I have just read Prof Venkataraman's Musings on Avatars and found it most inspiring. It was written in a very interesting and simplified way by Prof. Venkataraman. As I am a Chinese born and raised in Singapore (and therefore have no knowledge of the Mahabharata at all), I'm indeed grateful to be guided by Swami to read these articles.
I also enjoy the series on Mesmerizing Moments with the Divine Master and like to thank Mrs Rani Subramanian for sharing her experiences with us.
With much love,
Feedback on: When Staunch Catholics Met Sathya Sai…
Yes, this did help me a great deal. I started going to an Episcopalean church on June 16, 2008. Now I have been with Baba for about 10 or 12 years and have been to India to see His Divine Presence twice. This last January 2008 I was in India for one month to see Baba. I felt just bliss when I came to see Him this time, and I also experienced the same bliss when I went to the Episcopalean church. I have been going ever since June and am now helping to teach the children in Sunday school...
Thanks for putting this article up this month.
Grass Valley, California, USA
Thank you for the article about an American Sai devotee. It is encouraging to read. I was raised a Catholic. Churches are part of my background and culture. I would like to go to mass regularly but I find the sermons unfulfilling. What is missing is the understanding that we are all divine. Generally, the sermons talk about us as children of God who can be good and receive grace, but there is no mention of Self-realisation and enlightenment.
It was therefore good to read that Sai has said: “It is good to be born in to religion but not to die in one”. This shows that we are in the end to transcend dogma and find our spiritual centre which is boundless and free – the atma.
As a Roman Catholic who discovered Sai Baba about a year ago I'm happy for Dr. Christian and his wonderful experiences. Like Dr. Christian I came to know Jesus better because of Sai Baba's teachings; most of which I read in H2H.
I love reading the H2H daily email, keep up the good work. Seva is my primary focus for living a Loving life. Have a Peaceful week
Love to all,
Feedback on: Beyond Western Psychiatry….The Bliss Of ‘Sai’chiatry
Om Sai Ram,
Thank you for the interview with Dr. Sandweiss. It was a real treat. I find his experiences, both personal and professional, very inspiring and encouraging. I also have to commend the appropriate questions asked by Prof. Venkataraman. I'm looking forward to read 2nd part of the interview.
Om Sai Ram and greetings,
My name is Deveena Naicker and I am from South Africa. I felt deeply moved by this article and would like to receive more such articles about individuals’ experiences and how things changed once they entered Swami’s fold.
To the Heart to Heart team, I would like to say a big thank you for the work that you are doing, it helps me to be close to Swami, even though I sit here very far from Him. I hope that some day Baba will bring me to His ashram to see Him and receive His divine blessings.
Om Sai Ram,
Deveena Naicker, Chief Agricultural Food & Quarantine Technician, National Department of Agriculture
Feedback on: The Love of My Life
The article was very inspirational. Malini's words reminded me that Swami says He is always with us, wherever we are. All my life I have felt protected and guided by a Divine source. Swami is present with me at all times, even if I don't physically see Him.
Malini's words were a message I needed to read today. In gratitude, I say thank you to her for writing the article.
Dear Heart2heart Team,
I just read "The Love of My Life" by Ms. Malini Gadepally and tears of joy came to my eyes (as so often when I read your mails).
Thank you for your daily emails, which give me so much joy.
Loving Sai Ram from
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