October 25, 2007

Feeling the Need for Peace

Prem Rawat talks about the universal need for peace. “Not as a society,” he says, “but as an individual. I strongly believe that it is the individual that has to understand what peace is. And feel that need in their lives. Then and only then can we begin to see the movement towards peace, because the foundation is solid.”

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September 27, 2007

What Makes You Happy?

Prem Rawat talks about how a cow is happiest being a cow and asks, “What makes you happy?” He talks about the priceless wealth every person has been given—the yearning to be happy and having the source of happiness within.

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September 3, 2007

Something from Inside

Prem Rawat talks about the quest for peace prevalent throughout civilizations as a fundamental need of each human being. “Something from inside stirs every single day,” he says, and calls from within. “Something inside us,” he says, "tells us, 'Let me feel, let me experience that state in which I am not burdened with conflict.'”


August 8, 2007

Resources of Peace

Prem Rawat talks about a peace that has nothing to do with religion, geographical boundaries, ideas, or wishes. Rather, he says, there is an aspiration for peace that is universal. “And the resources of the joy, the peace that you are looking for,” he says, “exists with you.”

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July 12, 2007

The Ocean Inside

Prem Rawat quotes a couplet from a 14th century Indian poet, "That there is a drop in the ocean, everyone knows. But that there is an ocean in the drop, only a few understand." "You are the drop," he says, "and there is an ocean inside of you that you can know."

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July 3, 2007

Desperate for Peace

“Have you ever felt desperate for peace?” Prem Rawat asks. He talks about how people often hide their need for peace planning for tomorrow, for their favorite day to come. But that one day, he says, can only come as today.

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May 29, 2007

A Witness to Beauty

Maharaji, as Prem Rawat is widely known, talks about a way to look within where people can be introduced to themselves. “If you ever want to see a wonder,” he says, “I suggest you take a look at yourself. Not the concepts, not the ideas, not the goods, not the bads. But a timeless purity of existence. A witness to the beauty that is.”

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May 15, 2007

What You Practice

“What do you practice in your life?” Maharaji asks. “Whatever you practice, you’re going to get good at. If you practice peace, you’re going to get very good at it. If you practice knowing yourself, you’re going to get very good at it. And you will know who you are.”

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April 19, 2007

Living Is a Celebration

Maharaji, as Prem Rawat is widely known, talks about understanding the difference between juggling daily activities and the need of the heart to feel fulfilled. “Living is a celebration,” he says. “And you need to thrive every single day that has been provided to you.”

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April 6, 2007

Maximum Benefit

Prem Rawat talks about recognizing the ultimate blessing in life: “Breath has been bestowed upon us. And not just once, but again and again and again.” He says that finding peace and joy is each person’s potential, “where you can take maximum benefit of this existence.”

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March 16, 2007

A World unto Yourself

Maharaji talks about the miracle of existence. “Look around you as the sun rises, and…as the sun sets,” he says. “Look at you as the time envelops you and you pass into that time. Look at you. You are a world unto yourself.”

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March 7, 2007

The Heart Speaks

Prem Rawat talks about the similarity in every human being: the want from the heart to be fulfilled. "Why not get in touch with that perfection that is within you?" he asks. "Why not understand what your heart is trying to say to you?”

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January 30, 2007

A Peace, Yet Undefined

Maharaji talks about the difference between philosophies and a reality that each human being wants to know and is searching for: “A nature of a human being is to try to find. Always, always. Trying to find a comfort…a joy…a peace. A peace, yet undefined.”

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January 17, 2007

Every Minute Counts

Maharaji, as Prem Rawat is widely known, talks about a fundamental need for peace that is innate to everyone. In a busy world where every minute counts, he says, of all the possibilities that exist, there is also the possibility for each person to be content.

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