Potential

“You are alive and because you are alive, you have this possibility,” Prem Rawat says. “What is the possibility?” he asks. “Know. Know that all is meant to be well. You have the potential to know and you should know.”

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December 4, 2009 in Video clips | Permalink | Digg it

Perspectives

Prem Rawat asks, “Why has the most fundamental need of fulfillment been changed dramatically to, ‘Oh, it’s not possible’?” “Perspectives,” he says. “In you has been placed the want to be fulfilled. Can this want be fulfilled? Yes.”

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Sri Lanka Refugees Grateful for TPRF Food Aid

TPRF donated US$20,000 to the Jeeva Shakthi Society for aid to Vavuniya, Northern Province, Vavuniya District of Sri Lanka to provide food aid to those displaced by civil war living in camps. Shamila Malawaraarachchi, Treasurer of Jeeva Shakthi Society, said, "Thanks to the grant by The Prem Rawat Foundation, it has enabled a large number of IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) who are really in need of nutritious food to get it."
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December 4, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Digg it

Peace Dances

“When your heart is in peace, peace dances on your face,” says Prem Rawat. “That is the nature of joy, of contentment, of peace. Nobody has to try to hide the real light that dances on the face of human beings when they feel peace.”
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November 2, 2009 in Video clips | Permalink | Digg it

Days of Our Life

Prem Rawat talks about the urgency of understanding and valuing life. “If a human being lives to 70 years, which is an average,” he says, “you get 25,550 days. What do you want to buy with the dollar that you get every day for 25,550 days?”
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November 2, 2009 in Recent Excerpts | Permalink | Digg it

TPRF Gives Grant of US$26,000 to Aid Indonesian Earthquake Survivors

After two consecutive earthquakes struck the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, TPRF is providing immediate food aid to over 2,400 survivors in remote areas, who are “homeless and desperate for food and clean water.” IDEP Executive Director, Petra Schneider, said: “Your support will make an incredible difference in relieving some of the suffering and helping people to build up their strength and ward off potential disease, especially children and the elderly.”
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November 2, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Digg it

Inner Potential

Prem Rawat says, “We need to see our inner potential, not so we can be better at work … going to the moon … exploring Mars … but better at feeling the joy that resides inside of us.”
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October 27, 2009 in Video clips | Permalink | Digg it

The Triumph of a Human Being

“When you experience joy in your life,” Prem Rawat says, “it is something special. And when you experience peace, it is the triumph of a human being. You have succeeded."
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October 27, 2009 in Recent Excerpts | Permalink | Digg it

TPRF Gives US$25,000 to Help Provide Eye Care for Children in Palestinian Territories

A $25,000 grant by TPRF is helping St. John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital (SJJEH) to provide eye care for 30,000 children in an area of the world where blindness is ten times higher than in the West. Chairman of SJJEH, John Talbot, said, “The continued, generous support of The Prem Rawat Foundation this year will permit the St. John Eye Hospital Group to expand and improve our much-needed services for the children of East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza.”
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October 27, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Digg it

The Simple Things

simple_things.pngPrem Rawat says, “In the simple things in life, I can find joy within me, every day make a simple little effort towards fulfilling my heart. Everything to do this already exists. Your heart already exists and the desire to be in joy.”
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September 22, 2009 in Video clips | Permalink | Digg it

Forgotten Opportunity

forgotten_opportunity.gif “We are on this magnificent earth,” says Prem Rawat, “a show of all shows. And for me to exist in this time, I cannot help but feel gratitude. We have forgotten what it means—the opportunity to be alive, to have the privilege to be able to take this breath.”
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September 22, 2009 in Recent Excerpts | Permalink | Digg it

TPRF Makes Two Grants to Provide Relief in Pakistan

children_in_water_line.gif TPRF has made grants to Shirkat Gah Women’s Resource Centre and ActionAid International USA to help many of the 650,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Pakistan affected by the country’s recent internal conflicts. Dr. Saman Yazdani Khan, Regional Director for Shirkat Gah, states, “It will ease the discomfort and desolation of their unwelcome situation.” Peter O’Driscoll, Executive Director for ActionAid, said, “This work is powerful. And, without your support, it would not be possible. Thank you.”
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September 22, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink | Digg it

Incredible Gift of Existence

incredible_gift.gifPrem Rawat talks about the gift of being alive. "When do we begin to see that we have been given an incredible gift of existence?" he asks. "Take away the walls of greed, take away the walls of all the selfishness, and everybody is taken care of."

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August 20, 2009 in Video clips | Permalink | Digg it

The Greatest Show

090712athens_mk_230.gifI have some tickets to the greatest show on earth,” says Prem Rawat. “I look for people who want the tickets, and they look for me. You are the venue, but you need a ticket. I’m not selling them; I’m giving them out—compliments of one human being to another.”

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August 20, 2009 in Recent Excerpts | Permalink | Digg it

TPRF Awarded Highest Rating By America's Premier Charity Evaluator

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TPRF Awarded Highest Rating By America's Premier Charity Evaluator
Charity Navigator awarded TPRF a Four-Star rating for sound fiscal management. President and CEO of Charity Navigator, Ken Berger, wrote TPRF that this rating indicates “that The Prem Rawat Foundation executes its mission in a fiscally responsible way and outperforms most other charities in America. This 'exceptional' designation differentiates The Prem Rawat Foundation from its peers and demonstrates to the public it is worthy of their trust."
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August 20, 2009 in Press Releases | Permalink | Digg it

The Arena of Knowing

Prem Rawat in Auckland“In the arena of knowing, there’s no make-believe,” says Prem Rawat. “You experience. It’s not a fantasyland. There is a longing within a human being so deep that it leaves you dry and, in the same moment, fills you up. It’s a magical dance of quenching the thirst within.”
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Something That Transcends Logic

Prem RawatPrem Rawat talks about the shoots that appear in spring: “If that tree was human, it would say, ‘Why are we doing this? Winter’s going to come again; I’m going to have to shed these leaves.’ Something that transcends logic. These little shoots … a drive that is powerful.” 
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Prem Rawat Named Ambassador of Peace in Potenza, Italy

Prem Rawat Named Ambassador of Peace in Potenza, ItalyPrem Rawat was given the title of “Ambassador of Peace” for the province of Basilicata, Italy, after addressing a distinguished audience at an event called “Peace: Human Heritage.” He was invited by Basilicata President Vito de Filippo, who said in his introduction at the event, “We look forward to this high level of thought from Prem Rawat. Tonight an important seed will be planted that we will nurture and grow, for this is a land of peace.”
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Something Is Going On

Prem Rawat // MaharajiPrem Rawat talks about the simplicity of life: “Something is going on here, isn’t it? You can move, you can talk, you can think, you can smile, you can cry. Something is going on here, and one day it won’t be. What is this thing that is going on?”
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TPRF Donates US$30,000 for School Lunches in Soweto

TPRF Donates US$30,000 for School Lunches in Soweto Thanks to a grant of US$30,000 to the African Children’s Feeding Scheme (ACFS) by The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF), 500 of the poorest students at the Emndeni Junior Secondary School in Soweto, South Africa, will be receiving nutritious lunches. Executive Director of the ACFS, Sister Rejoice Nkutha, wrote, “This will provide nutritious food to 500 children in Soweto, thus improving their quality of life. We also thank Prem Rawat for his message of peace to people around the world and providing essential humanitarian aid to the people in need.”
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