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Saturday, November 04, 2006

Meeting Swami Sri Sai Kaleshwar

Swami Sri Sai Kaleshwar's brief meeting with a small group of us at the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore:

"I have only one thing to tell this group. That is, life is short, make it sweet. When you wake up in the morning, make your day sweet. You don't have any problems. You think you have problems, but you don't have any problems. Whatever is given to you, accept it. Whatever is taken from you, also accept it. Always have trust in Him. If you have the trust, then life is sweet and there won't be problems."

Then, we were told to think of two wishes and go into silent meditation for about ten minutes.

I felt this sense of peace and calm after meeting Swami, though it was a mere fifteen minutes or so. His aura radiates way high. Very strong.


Nishant Kasibhatla said...

The words that the Swami mentioned remind me of a movie. A particular scene in the movie has changed my mindset about the way I live life. BTW, the movie is a Telugu ( a south-indian language)one entitled "Ninne Pelladutha" meaning "I will marry only you".

In the movie, the hero reveals the secret behind his his energy and being happy always. He says: "We have a very short life to live. In this really short frame of time, if we let in hatred, enemity, jealousy etc, then we are filling this precious time-frame with garbage. Instead, make use of this time trying to be happy and to spread happiness".

I think the words of the Swami are really profound and one must embrace this concept to live life to the fullest.

Nishant Kasibhatla.

Anonymous said...

this is vrey impressed!
make ourself happy all the times and spread our love to others is a need., I think! learn sth today!

jupilier said...

Incidentally, Swami's mother tongue is Telugu!

Nishant said...

Wow! thats very interesting!!!