Redeem Your life by Good Actions-Study Circle / Jyothi Meditation on Sunday Mar 1st Center Program and Sat Feb 29th Service Activities

Redeem Your life by Good Actions-Study Circle / Jyothi Meditation on Sunday Mar 1st Center Program and Sat Feb 29th Service Activities

Sairam Dear All,

Hope all is well with Swami’s grace!

This Saturday, February 29th, 2020 we will have our regular naryana seva feeding service opportunities lined up. Bowery Food Service and Riverside Food Service will be the opportunities to serve the needy with a hot meal. Please join the activities in any capacity you can. See below flyer for more details. Also this Saturday, the Coler hospital service visit is scheduled. Please join us for this service. For details be see below flyer.
This Sunday, March 1st, 2020 our regular SSE Classes will be held from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM. At 2:00 PM we will have our regular Bhajans followed by “Redeem Your Life By Good Actions” study circle discussion. This topic will be discussed for the next 3 study circles. The topic is based on the Sadhana Program activity “one good deed a day.” Please see the part 1 of this discourse given by our beloved Swami below. For full discourse please download here.

Redeem Your Life By Good Actions
One is born out of karma (action), One lives and dies in karma. Karma is verily God, And it is responsible for one’s happiness and sorrow. (Telugu poem)
Karma (action) is verily the life of a human. Whatever actions one undertakes to perform from morning to evening, one should first understand and then perform. This is your primary duty. The nature of the action that you perform determines the type of result you get. When you perform good deeds, you will have good results. On the other hand, when you performs actions with evil intention, the results are bound to be bad.

Man should behave like a human being

Bats fly in the sky like all other birds, which perch on the branches of trees to take rest. However, unlike birds, bats hang from the branches with their head down and feet up. Has anybody tied them in this manner with a thread? Or, has someone forcibly put their heads down? No. It is the result of their karma. In the same way, a person who harbours evil thoughts and performs evil actions is bound to get evil results. However, a person who performs good actions will get good results in accordance with the nature of the actions. When we look at them, even bats appear to be like other birds, but they have a different fate unlike other birds, which fly freely.We cannot escape from the consequences of our actions. But we perform bad deeds and expect good results. Nobody desires bad results after performing good actions. However, every action has a result in accordance with its nature. When you write correct answers to the questions put by your teacher in the examination, you get good marks. But if you commit mistakes, your marks will be deducted. In the same way, one who is born as a human being should perform actions after enquiring what is good and what is bad. To perform good actions is the primary duty of man. To perform bad deeds is the attribute of an animal.Always remind yourself that you are a human being and that you should perform only such actions that be-hoove a human being. You should ask yourself before performing any action, “Am I behaving like a human being or an animal?” We should perform actions after examining them in a proper way. Humans should perform actions that befit their human birth.If you act contrary to human nature, even your neighbour will chide you, saying, “Having been born as a hu-man being, you are behaving like an animal.” In this manner, one will be punished by one’s fellow human beings if one behaves like an animal. Therefore, conduct yourself like a true human being. It is a disgrace to humanness to behave like an animal. You must conduct yourself in a manner that is appropriate for a human being. The result of good actions will be good and of bad actions will be bad.
Please join for this session.

95 Sadhana Program: For more details please go to

As part of the 95 Sadhana Program, the following is scheduled this Sunday as part of Center activity
1. We will start off with 21 AUMS before bhajans and conclude with 9 SAMASTHA LOKA after bhajans as part of Daily Prayers.
2. We will implement Jyothi Meditation as a sadhana activity.

Note: Daily Prayers common conference call is scheduled daily at 8 PM. For those who wish to join daily at 8 PM please see the details.
Dial-in number: (712) 775-7465 | Participant Code: 209737

Redeem Your life by Good Actions-Study Circle / Jyothi Meditation on Sunday Mar 1st Center Program and Sat Feb 29th Service Activities
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Please see the REVISED monthly Calendar for the month of February 2020 below…
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