Volume 6 - Issue 05
MAY - 2008
- Feedback from our readers on the April 2008 issue
Dear H2H Team,
Dear H2H Team,
The article The Divine Oyster in Otteri has been really inspiring. It is no doubt greatly motivating. I request more such articles.
Thank you for an inspiring and very touching story. It is always inspiring to read about Swami's dedicated instruments as they selflessly serve under Swami's Divine Guidance.
Sai Ram Heart2Heart,
Just want to say a few things about April's issue:
1. The cover story is so inspiring. Too many students in the West take their education for granted and just waste it away.....this story is just so amazing - I can’t write much as words do not do justice. The West has yet to achieve the discipline that these children have. Thanks so very much for featuring this article.
2. The stories of inspiration are just as the name suggests! Really inspiring!
Sai Ram, and thanks again,
Trinidad, West Indies
Thank you for such a beautiful, inspiring, memorable piece on the work done at the SVV School in Otteri. I loved it and wished there would be such a school nearby (I live in Florida, USA ) so that I could send our grandchildren there…How blessed those children that attend that school are - even if many come from very poor families. Those children are receiving the best education any child could dream of. Please let us hear from more ex-students of the Sai Baba Schools, and their ongoing projects. You are doing a beautiful work at Heart2Heart. Thank you for all the sharing.
Ana Maria Priu,
Reading your article The Divine Oyster in Otteri I was reminded of the poem written by Ann North called "The Gardener"; the text is given below. It only goes to show where there is dedication, discipline, and devotion, attaining great heights is not impossible. It will surely become one of the role model schools of our country. The greatest miracle is seeing the results first hand by those who have put Swami's teachings into practice in their daily life and the attainment of the fruit of their actions. Great work!
Some of the seeds of hope
Planted tentatively in the fall
Have not come up
They will lie still born and unrealized
Somewhere in the spring soil
The strongest and best ones
Pushed up through the leaves
And layers of cold, hard resistance
Right into the clear blue air
And they stand there nakedly green
It's always that way with growing things
Never knowing at the start
Which will make and which will fall
But the thing to hold fast to
Never to lose faith in
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Peggy Mason was such a lovely person. When I last saw her she must have been in her eighties, up on the platform at a Sai meeting at Hove, near Brighton, UK. She was so beautiful; she looked ageless. Her inner beauty shone through and radiated in an extraordinary way. It was good to read her writing again in H2H. I still keep her two little books by my bedside: both about spiritualism and allied subjects, written before she and her husband learned of Swami's existence.
The article of the late Mrs. Peggy Mason has touched my heart and soul concerning her encounter of the love she experienced from the Omnipresent Sathya Sai Baba. It has shared some light and hope in knowing that He is always with us and understands our shortcomings. Always willing to help and all we need is to surrender and live in His Divine Love.
I read the article and I've got the feeling, special feeling, that all this I already know deep in myself and this is the Truth. Probably I cannot describe the feeling right, it was really good feeling.
A few years ago, I've been with a group of people, who introduced me to the teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Till this time I've been seeking for something. I did not know what I'm seeking. But when I hear Baba's teaching: "There is only one religion, the religion of Love" and "There is only one God with many names", I was astonished. Something turned in me. And from that time I know this Truth.
I always like to read articles or books such as Mrs. Peggy Mason’s, because it is so inspirational. Thank you for sharing your love.
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Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Ana Margarita Urzúa Camelo
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Yes, very true, God becomes our guardian. Heart2Heart articles are such a feast every month. I thank you for such beautiful articles. Every time I read the article I feel the Divine bliss. It is again His Will that I experience it so. God is ever loving, ever forgiving and ever giving. His ways are profound. His Love is beyond a mother's love. What more can anyone ask for?
Peace and Blessings,
My heart melted especially with the last words of Sai Prasanth’s mother: ‘Our dear Lord promised that He would be with us, was and is always guarding and guiding us...’ I have this experience over and over, feel so thankful to live right now and be blessed with Swami's presence. Thank you this story.
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Sairam Dear Members of H2H,
The article by Mr. Amar Vivek was truly inspiring and really makes you think. It is even more interesting as I am at the moment in my first year of LLB. I would very much like to know the outcome of Mrs. Savitha's case, and it would be great if you could keep us posted.
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I just finished reading Hungary For His Love. It is very beautiful, heart warming and inspiring. It also makes me realize that I have a long way to travel on this road. Thanks for sharing and making His Love available to us so easily.
Anil Kaushal, U.S.A.
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San Bruno, California
Dear Respected Sir. Sai Ram.
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Thank you very much for the wonderful articles which are published on the Web - I learned about this service only 2 months ago. This article on pollution, quoting Bhagavan's words, is well written, and the wonderful diagram is worth printing out to show to people.
I use energy efficient light bulbs, recycle everything that my local city council will take, and use cloth shopping bags whenever I can. Petrol prices are increasing greatly in New Zealand, so I am looking to use the car as little as possible, and welcome any other pointers towards using less.
Your Heart2Heart online magazine is colourful, interesting, and very inspiring. I am very grateful for the blessed work you are all doing - thank you, very much.
Om Sai Ram,
Christchurch, New Zealand
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For people like me who are physically far from Swami, these "Get Inspired Articles" are really morale boosters and eye openers. My only request to Sai brothers is to increase the number of these articles!
In Sai's service,
Words are inadequate to express the sublime feelings one gets after reading all your articles on Swami's Divine Love reaching out to millions of dry hearts and quenching them with His Bliss, mysteriously and silently, turning each heart into His abode. How fortunate we are. Your team is doing a wonderful service, in reinforcing our faith, our aspiration to make our lives His message. How else can we express our love for Him? Thank you once again,
Vol 6 Issue 05 - MAY 2008
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