Inspiring Ajit Popat speech…

Oct 4, Prasanthi Nilayam: After the glorious Dasara week of celebrations that presented illumined evenings of Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha, this evening witnessed yet another inspiring talk by seasoned speaker and longtime devotee from the United Kingdom, Sri Ajit Popat here in Prasanthi Nilayam.

Speaking in his inimitable style on the topic, ‘Art Of Living With The Master’, beginning with, Sri Popat paused a question to the audience, ‘Are we loyal to our Master?’ delving on the subject in detail, elaborating his concept on the subject.

Loyalty to the physical Name and Frame of The Lord…loyalty to His physical Abode…, …to His Universal Family, …to His Teachings is of absolute importance. We need to learn the art of living with Him, our Bhagawan. Intensity of love, devotion is a crucial factor.

Every religion repeats that God is our own Father…it is not the Fatherhood Of God that is at stake, it is the Brotherhood of man… thundered the speaker, quoting a private conversation he had with Bhagawan. Divulging some of the precious messages that he was fortunate to receive from Bhagawan in close quarters, Ajit spoke about the need to work with our vision, intensity, thoughts, action, sadhana, finally to simplify our lives.

In conclusion, the passionate speaker exhorted the audience with a simple formula to sanctify the lives, to repeat at Bhagawan in the dawning hours of Brahmamuhurtha that, ”Baba, I love You…I need You…I belong to You…” followed by “Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu”, Bhagawan’s panacea for emancipation of His created universe(s).

Bhajans continued and ended with Managala Arathi at 1835 hrs.

Earlier, the session commenced at 1700 with a brief musical invocation by the UK group. The group sang with great passion in ‘their’ matchless inciting style, presenting ‘Sayeesha Shatakam’ and “Every Moment Of My Life…”. The group has been active in the just concluded Sri Sathya Sai Grama Seva, a privilege granted by Bhagawan Himself, over the years.

II Samastha Lokah Sukhino Bhavantu II