Today we are observing the anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth (February 12, 1809). It is considered a legal holiday in some U.S. states.
Shri Mataji has often mentioned the greatness of America's 16th president. Speaking of Lincoln, Shri Mataji said: "Everyone ... an American ... should think of Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln believed that everybody must have freedom. And that government should be for the public, for the people. Whatever he talked, he practiced. Whatever he believed in he worked it out, and he gave his life for it. That's why he's a great man." Lincoln - a 'Realized soul' - was born with a deep spiritual nature that he reflected throughout his life through his display of humility, simplicity, humor, diplomacy, sweetness, compassion, and a sense of collectivity and equality.
Read more on: http://sahajameditation.wordpress.com/2013/02/12/the-humble-statesman/
It's not a surprise. We've heard it all before. Smoking and good health just don't go hand in hand. Well, yesterday, CVS put their money where their mouth is, and announced it will end tobacco sales in order to fully promote a healthy lifestyle because selling cigarettes while promoting wellness just doesn't make sense. "Ending the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products at CVS/pharmacy is the right thing for us to do for our customers and our company to help people on their path to better health," Larry J. Merlo, president and CEO of CVS Caremark, said in a statement.
And if you need more help to kick the habit, regular Sahaja Meditation sessions can help people give up unhealthy habits by awakening our Inner Energy and clearing out specific energy centers. It also gives you joy, satisfaction and piece. And unlike cigarettes, Sahaja is budget friendly - classes are absolutely FREE all over the world. Imagine how much you can save and how many things you can do choosing a long healthy life with Sahaja Meditation!
She was a visionary willing to share her view of a better world that includes a place for each of us, side by side, as one. She was also the founder of Sahaja Yoga, a unique meditation technique and a worldwide movement in over a 100 countries. Sahaja Yoga Meditation is the practical application of her vision.
Unlike many other visionaries, Shri Mataji had a practical solution to turn her vision into reality. Her experience was deep. From her days in the ashram of Mahatma Gandhi to her nation’s fight for freedom, she showed that she very much understood this world. She knew who we were and where we were going. She knew our culture better than we do, our souls and our dreams. In short what she offered was something very simple. This something is Self-Realization.
In 1970 Shri Mataji discovered a technique to trigger the awakening of the primordial Inner Energy within each human being. Since then, She traveled extensively to educate and enlighten people all over the world. Her unique discovery has already transformed millions of lives and many more transformations are to come.
Shri Mataji's humanitarian and spiritual work draws admiration not only from countless individuals across the globe who have personally benefited from her teachings, but also from governments, dignitaries, educational institutions and organizations. She was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize twice and received The UN Peace Medal, in addition to having a large number of other international awards and recognitions.
Enlightenment, attainment and vision are not just the property of the distant past, nor the promise of a remote future.
One day promises have to be fulfilled. We cannot always live in the realm of future hope. As Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi would say, "It can all happen now".
Read about life and work of the Great Spiritual Leader on http://shrimataji.org/
Turn on any channel and you will hear about the biggest sporting event in human history, in reference to the Super Bowl. The largest global TV audience of the year (though that might just be the ad men/women talking). All the media around us creates the illusion that there is nothing bigger in the world. Not true. See below.
This graph is probably not unfair because it plots real world sporting events vs. one that only Americans (and only roughly less than half at that) care about. But perhaps it is fair because we see the Super Bowl as a "global massive magnificent event of insane proportions". : )
If nothing else, perhaps the graph illustrates what the audience size might be if non-americans cared about it!
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