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Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference, 20-22 July 2008


July 19-20, 2008

A report on the Pre-World Conference

A curtain raiser on the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference, 20 Jul 2008

July 19-20, 2008
Speeches, Divine Discourse and Music Programme


Photos 19-20 July 2008

20th July 2008 - An Update of World Education Conference

 First Divine Discourse on Education Conference, 20 Jul 2008


July 21,2008

Photos 21, July 2008

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July 21, 2008
Speeches, Divine Discourse, Russian Folk Music Evening,


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 Second Divine Discourse on Education Conference, 21 Jul 2008


July 22,2008


Speeches by Representatives of National and International Organisation
Morning, July 21, 2008

Photos 22, July 2008

Valedictory Divine Discourse on Education Conference, 22 Jul 2008

Speeches, Divine Discourse, 'Jayadeva', a skit by Kerala School Children
July 22, 2008



Sri Sathya Sai World Conference on Education
Speeches, Divine Discourse, 'Jayadeva', a skit by Kerala School Children
July 22, 2008

Earlier the valedictory session of the World Education Conference began in the evening at 4:30 p.m. on the 22nd July 2008. Dr. Narendranath Reddy, Member, Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation expressed gratitude to Bhagawan for His benevolence in making the event a most successful one. Talking about Bhagawan, Dr. Reddy said, “Bhagawan is the finest example of Education in Practice as He is One in all and none can comprehend His majesty”. Universe as a whole is a University and Bhagawan is the Chancellor of this University. Everyone, every being is entitled to get the degree, ‘Amritasya Putraha’, added Dr. Reddy talking about Bhagawan and His glory.

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Next to speak was Sri Nimesh Pandya, a leading attorney from Mumbai spearheading Bhagawan’s EHV Mission in India who presented summary and proposal of the deliberations just concluded, pertaining to India. The Sri Sathya Sai Educare programme is that Divine light that dispels ignorance and gain us entry in to the secret of ultimate said Mr. Pandya summarising the outcome of entire two days of hectic deliberations. Mr. Pandya said there were 99 Sri Sathya Sai Schools in India and all the State Trusts and Organisations would render all out support to these institutions as a part of fulfilling their mission towards society. Four Institute of Sri Sathya Sai Educations would be inducted, subject to Divine Permission, to help and guide the 99 schools to become worthy of their mission. Quoting Bhagawan’s often referred example, front wheel is the guru, back wheel is the parents and the vehicle carrying the child could not move without the co-operation and co-ordination of teachers and parents, he stressed on the greater importance of the role of parents and teachers in moulding the children as worthy instruments in His mission.
Photos 22, July 2008

Dr. Michael Goldstein expressing His grateful thanks to Bhagawan for His Divine magnanimity in having blessed them to conduct a successful exercise over the last three days said we need to carry out His legacy, we need to be focussed in our efforts, stressing on the importance of carrying forward the Mission. Referring to the 5 D’s Bhagawan often mentions in His Divine Discourses, namely, Devotion, Discipline, Dedication, Determination and Discrimination, he said the delegates participated in the conference demonstrated these qualities amply to make the same a success to follow with the principles and aim of the conference. We will be true exemplars of the principles of Educare when we realise our innate Divinity. Until then we are spiritual aspirants striving for inner realisation. We aspire to be uplifting, inspiring, loving contributors of spiritual uplift and for worldly improvement for the uplift of man, said Dr. Goldstein, exhorting the delegates that the conference was a unique, precious opportunity to gather in His Divine Presence to seek His Divine Guidance.

Referring to the long journey undertaken by the contingents to attend the conference in Prasanthi Nilayam, Bhagawan said they were the fortunate ones, the chosen ones. He posed a question to them: Having come from such long distances what was it that they supposed to know? They should recognise the five human values said Bhagawan adding that they would be educated in true sense if they were embracing these five values.

Here are the points from His Divine Discourse:

Unity is not found today; all are brothers and sisters; Father is ONE and HE is GOD.

One needs to develop firm conviction that all are children of same God. There can be defects in some children, but, they need to be understood and adequately adjusted.

Scientific explorations in the name of helping society are in turn harming the society.

All should make attempt to lead a life of love.

People talk about peace; but, one can only find pieces now-a-days. We divide the country into pieces. We should develop the spirit of nationality. If asked about the place where we are coming from, one should be able to answer that we are coming from so and so country, not the city name. Nationality is important. One should develop broadmindedness and lead a life accordingly. Once we develop broadmindedness children also in turn would develop broadmindedness. If you want children to be perfect, parents need to be perfect.


Parents should not be separated. Mother and father should stand united in teaching their children. Truth should be other human values, Right Action, Peace, Love and Non-violence comes.

What is Truth? Truth is the harmony of Thought, Word and Deed.

Now-a-days everything is artificial. Everything should come from the heart.

Mind is responsible for both liberation and bondage. Mind should be checked.

Good thoughts lead to lead to good actions which in turn lead to good results. One should ensure that all thoughts are sacred.

Mind should be under our control and not reverse. Mind is a mad monkey. When the same is directed to God, it turns silent. To know the illusion, mind should be directed to God.

Love is Truth, Truth is Love, Live in Love. It is not worldly love, it is spiritual love.

Ensure that mind is directed to God. You may think it is a difficult task. It is a very simple task.

Everything happens as per God’s Will. None can claim any doership.

End result is in the Hands of God. Once you follow God all things are bound to be successful. Divine Law is Love. Follow the Divine Law. Once you develop this Divine feeling of love your future children’s future will be taken care of.

We have stuffed all bad qualities in us; once offer the same to God, it becomes empty and you will in turn experience happiness.

Develop Love; with this Love you can achieve anything.

You may have enough money; be ready to sacrifice; help the poor; carry on your life with the spirit of sacrifice which will redeem your life.

Bhagawan exhorted one and all including children to develop perfect character and lead an ideal life.

After three days full of constructive deliberations, cultural programmes, Bhagawan making His presence all the more obvious with three Divine Discourses, His perennial words of Wisdom, it was time for the curtain to be drawn. And the stage was set for the grand finale; the final cultural programme was on the life and devotion of Bhakta Jayadeva, India’s celebrated musical saint.

Students of Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vihar, Alwaye, Kerala enacted a wonderful music dance drama, perfect portrayal of devotion in its pristine glory, an apt conclusion for a mammoth world conference on Sathya Sai Education. Jayadeva had not only the name ‘deva’ (God) imbibed in his name, but also God Himself seated on a large throne within his heart. Jayadeva, known for his Gita Govindam, was popularly known as Bhakta Kavi. His undaunted devotion for Lord Krishna turned him into a poet and made him pen down the popular Gita Govindam. It was this Devotion at its pristine glory that was on display on the valedictory twilight session in Prasanthi Nilayam in the immediate Divine Presence of Bhagawan.

Under the glittering roof of Sai Kulwant Hall shining in brilliance with artificial lights, added by the ever resplendent lustre of Bhagawan’s immediate Divine Presence, thousands filled to capacity witnessed the life in the drama evolving into feeling of ecstasy. The tiny tots from the school, that had its inception just four year’s ago, enacted brilliantly to steal the Divine Heart and Bhagawan spent considerable time out in the middle, posing for a coveted photo session, presenting them with gifts.

A mammoth world conference for a wonderful cause, to be most worthy instruments at His Divine Hands through Sathya Sai Education.

Sri Sathya Sai World Conference on Education
Speeches by Representatives of National and International Organisation
Morning, July 21, 2008

On the 21st morning, the second day of the conference, there were four speakers sharing thoughts with the audience. The first speaker, Tom Scovill, gave a brilliant exposition on the subject ‘true education’ going in to intricate details as to what was true education and how true education could be imparted? We could only listen closely and attempt to carry them out in our lives; we could watch Him carefully and emulate His deeds. Over the years, through His stream of Wisdom, through His Divine Discourses, He has enlightened us of the very purpose of life, to reach our inherent Divinity. Referring to Bhagawan’s often given guidelines to teachers to impart true education, the speaker reiterated the primary requisite of a teacher to become a living example of values. Touching upon inspiring stories of impacts in lives brought about by Sathya Sai Education, Dr. Scovill said, True Education is that which inspires, elevates, draws out inherent Divinity from within; it is heart to heart and between teacher and student. Before concluding he stressed on the greater importance to involve His Name Sathya Sai in these programmes, as it has power and potency in it.

Dr. B.G.Pitre, Director of Institute of Sri Sathya Sai Education, Mumbai, speaking on the topic ‘Spiritual Principles of Sri Sathya Sai Educare’ gave a detailed exposition on the technical aspect of Sai Spiritual Education. Teachers will have to be role models. We need to transplant values into our own environment, a job teacher need to carry out as a must. Integral Education is important; principle of Educare is to be imparted. Nurturing, caring, involving, expediential learning, timing for introspection etc, all need to be taken care of. Teacher has to be a friend, philosopher and guide. There has never been a curriculum in the history of mankind which now has been given to us by Bhagawan in the form of Sri Sathya Sai Educare, which is bringing sweeping transformation. Bhagawan is a world teacher and a world purifier, who comes down and mixes with all of us to raise us to the level of consciousness, He desires us to achieve, and Educare is the true weapon to achieve the same, exhorted Dr. Pitre to the vast gathering of delegates congregated in the Sai Kulwant Hall.

Photos 21, July 2008

The next to follow was a Dr. Dalton De Souza Amarim, a Professor in Biology, National Educational Co-ordinator from Brazil. Talking about his slow still steady graduation into Bhagawan’s Lotus Feet, Dr. Amarim acknowledged the he experienced his first taste of Unconditional Love once he reached Bhagawan for the first time and there began his life. Briefly narrating his professional success story as a scientist, quoting Bhagawan he said, science is split of Love whereas Sai-ence is the spirit of Love. Talking highly of the Sathya Sai Students, whom he took as role models and source of inspiration as an SSE teacher, the speaker said, in the western world students are exposed to worldly education, but in Prasanthi Nilayam he experienced the essence of True Education, that takes one to totality, a blend of academic excellence suffused with Love for God. A teacher should be a role model, source of love and must have constant integrated awareness in order to qualify to guide and lead the children towards progress. May all Sathya Sai Schools flourish, shine sharing Bhagawan’s Love and Message with the entire mankind, concluded Dr. Amarim a most inspiring, touching, a speech in defacto, that showcased the pure, essential and ought to be approach by a teacher towards Sathya Sai Education.

Dr. Srinivasan SriRangarajan, a former student of Sathya Sai University and currently serving as a faculty in the School of Business Management, Prasanthi Nilayam presented a lucid, technical and most expounding speech talking about Educare. Taking a cue from the previous day’s Divine Discourse, he said, there are four essential E’s, namely, Example, Experience, Empowerment and Ennoble to be taken care of. Explaining the first point, he said a teacher should be a role model to the students to enable them to watch and emulate. The second E comes when we need to experiment within us to know the Divinity inherent in. When mind makes contact with the heart, the intellect awakens. We need to work on empowering the intellect of children to allow them to discriminate between the real and unreal. Having reached this point one need to take care to ennoble, to sustain the momentum, to sustain the success, one needs to ennoble his life. All this should happen with Love as the key factor. With Bhagawan around us, to guide and lead, Educare finds its true fulfilment in His Divine University, concluded the speaker exhorting fellow students from Bhagawan’s university to embark on the journey of Educare.

Sri Sathya Sai World Conference on Education
Speeches, Divine Discourse, Russian Folk Music
Evening, July 21, 2008

 - Second Divine Discourse on Education Conference, 21 Jul 2008

The first speaker for the 21st evening was a veteran devotee from the African nation Zambia, Dr. Victor Kanu, who was Sierra Leone’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Director of African Institute of Sathya Sai Education, Member, Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation’s Education Committee, and the person who was instrumental in the inception of the much famous Miracle School in Zambia that produced cent percent result year after year. In a most powerful rhetoric excellence, Mr. Kanu described the ongoing conference as an extra ordinary one, a Divine Conference as the blue print of Sathya Sai Education was conceived by Bhagawan Himself. Referring to the path of Integral education that was declared during the inception of Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning (now Sri Sathya Sai University) Mr. Kanu highlighted that in Bhagawan’s Institute the medium of instruction was discipline and the language was Love. He went in detail about the unique ways of teaching in the Institute, citing examples of ethics that were given higher importance. Quoting Bhagawan he said, there shall be a common link, a combination of the physical, ethical, spiritual and metaphysical in its delivery of education and, this is integral education. In an apparent reference to Africa’s current plight and things needed to be done for its economic, social and political development, he said, Africa will not change; it is Sathya Sai Education that is going to change Africa. Faith and Trust are the need of the hour and with Faith and Trust in Bhagawan we could replicate the Sathya Sai Education everywhere.

Mr. Jeremy Hoeffer, a high school teacher from the United States, the second speaker, starting his speech on a personal note narrating how he could not find happiness in his life in spite having many good teachers during his adulthood days. America is slated to be a rich nation without property; but, it is not right; poverty America suffers is the poverty of happiness, poverty of values. Having posed the to Bhagawan Himself as to how one could tackle the issue of God, when in the secular country like America one was not allowed to talk about God, Bhagawan said, “God is a just a word”. Faith is required for every single person in the world; it is a universal human value. Narrating his own personal experience as teacher he reiterated that every single child has his right to come up with better education, has the right to come up in life without being discriminated and we need to have faith in their ability. Bhagawan’s teachings were absolutely applicable in every corner of the world. He ended his speech with a prayer that Bhagawan would lift up the children of this world. Narrating a beautiful personal experience that had happened in Brindavan wherein Bhagawan said, ‘Everything is in His Hand’, he prayed to Bhagawan that nothing needs Bhagawan more than Sathya Sai Education and the children of the world.

The third speaker for the session Mr. Kaw, Dean, Sri Sathya Sai International Centre gave a complete report on the activities and statistical details of Sri Sathya Sai International Centre, New Delhi that has been set up by Bhagawan to promote Education in Human Values.

Next to follows was Sri Sanjay Mahalingam, a research scholar from Sathya Sai University. Narrating the beautiful story of Lord Buddha and Ananta as explained by Bhagawan, he said the agony of separation after spending a complete life with Buddha, brought him realisation, he said, the chosen one is the one who understands the infinite possibilities that Bhagawan stands for and Educare teaches us to stay in the present. “Let us remember when Bhagawan speaks there is another discourse that goes on. But, let us not loose ourselves in His words that His words are very beautiful. But, between His words there pervades utter silence. And all His words come from that silence. And few are those who can stay there in that silence between His words. And that silence takes us to the place where His words come from. And that silence is His real discourse” said Sri Mahalingam concluding His speech.

This was followed by a Divine Discourse that was more or less a question answer session wherein Bhagawan answered selected questions from the delegates and went in detail explaining various issues. Here are the points he dwelled into.

Education becomes useless unless it is translated into practice.

You need to examine yourself first as to whether you have firm faith. One needs to develop firm faith.

Punishment is a caution and should not be taken in the usual sense.

Student should remain as student, teacher to remain as a teacher. Teacher should continue to help transforming the child.

Teacher should conduct himself/herself in a most exemplary way to help the students to emulate. Teacher should not do anything that he/she does not want the student to emulate. Teacher should set an example by practising the precept.

Teacher should consider girl students as his own sisters and this in turn would help them to inculcate virtues. Teacher should lead an ideal life and help students to become ideal.

Parents should not discuss family matters in presence of children.

Parents should first cultivate human values so that children will develop the courage to go ahead. Parents should practice and set an example. Students in turn should not give any trouble to parents. Students should have deep rooted feeling on the sacrifice by parents.

In spite of having own families, make sure that parents are not neglected. Educated man is not supposed to do this. It is the primal duty of all students to make their parents happy. Tell Me your company, I shall tell you who you are. Never get into bad company. It is your foremost responsibility.

If you make your parents suffer for your own selfish gains that is the greatest of the sins. Parents also should educate their children about their responsibilities.

Desire good for your parents; discharge your duties. Never get into other’s affairs. Never let your temper loose to your parents who are your well wishers. Never make your aged parents shed tears. When you please your parents you will be happy.

It is absolutely essential for parents to understand human values and then only they can teach their children about the same. It is necessary to put them into practice.

If mothers get to jobs who will take care of their children? Do you expect the servant maid to take care of their children? No. Better resign the job and take care of your children. One should take care of family responsibilities and nothing wrong to get to job if children are well taken care of.

Parents should be ideal, exemplary in presence of children. Discipline, Devotion, Duty are most essential. We should show our children the way to God.

Sathya Sai Education system should be explained to parents in detail. Children can do the same to parents.

Ceiling on desires…Do not waste money, do not waste food, do not waste time…waste of money is evil; waste of money is sin.

One needs to be careful and exemplary in his behaviour in the society. Mistakes can be blown up.

(The entire discourse with complete questions and answers would be published on our website soon)

Music has a soul and it is often expressed through melody and through expressions. And it was melody at its best, and expression that takes directly in to the Divine that were on display, on the twilight session followed by the Divine Discourse, by the contingent belonging to the erstwhile USSR. Led by conductor Ms. Brodnikova Tatiana from Russia, the troupe sang songs in six different languages belonging to six different countries form the former soviet socialist republic and in their devotional fervour they preferred USSR to be termed as Union of Sathya Sai Republic. Bhagawan sat through the entire twilight session in earnest attendance and even asked the conductor to sing an extra item. The troupe had undergone hectic rehearsal sessions away in Russia before coming over to Prasanthi Nilayam and running up to the session they had been continuing the hectic schedule to make the show a perfect piece of dedication at His Divine Lotus Feet. He alone draws; He alone makes them close to Him; He alone sings through their hearts; and He alone enjoys…with one aim, to bring the whole world onto one platform where the language of the heart is Love…Love…Love alone, Love that conquers…to make us understand that All are One…One alone…!!!

Towards the end of the programme Bhagawan materialised a Linga in golden colour to the delight of one and all. It was at the end of the world Conference that Bhagawan announced that the same would be presented to Dr. Michael Goldstein, Chairman, Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation. The Linga would grow in size and the water from its abhisheka could be served to sick people, Bhagawan asked to announce.


Sri Sathya Sai World Conference on Education

Speeches, Divine Discourse and Music Programme

Photos 19-20 July 2008

July 19-20, 2008

Learning To Be has been identified as the end goal of Sri Sathya Sai Education. In his attempt to become That, there is a greater need for him to inculcate human values in his life, said Bhagawan in His Divine Discourse inaugurating the Sri Sathya Sai International Educational Conference on the sidelines of Gurupoornima Celebrations.

Austrian Hallelujah
Sai Choir Austria sings in praise of the Divine!

God’s love and magnanimity has something that is mysterious and thus difficult to fathom. One can only keep thinking of Greater Heaven for all magnanimity that is bestowed upon the entire creation with grateful thanks. "Hallelujah" is considered as a joyful word of praise to GOD which comes for several references in the bible, especially in the book of Psalms. Sai Choir from Austria had the rare privilege to sing this song of praise to Lord along with a bouquet of nine other songs in the immediate Divine presence of Bhagawan on the twilight of 19th July 2008 on the sidelines of the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference.

The feeling of joy of sitting and singing in the immediate presence of Lord in Physical was apparent on the beaming faces of the choir members, both men and women and it was a torrential outpour of devotion in the form of music during the twilight session.  Starting the programme with the song Dass Du mich einstimmen lasst, expressing gratitude to Bhagawan for the opportunity granted to them, the troupe sang the second song Wenn wir erklimme, expressing the meaning that together we are climbing the mountain of life with full desire to reach the goal of merging with God, facing all challenges, enjoying the wonderful beauty of nature, which is the ornaments of our Supreme Lord. The next to come was from the composition of Austria’s illustrious composer W. A. Mozart, and the song was “Hallelujah”, the song in praise of The Lord which was followed by a song on Sathya Sai, Gurudev Gurudev composed by a devotee from Austria.  The sixth song was an exclusive song, Werte de Lebens, on five Human Values followed by Atme in uns, a song, a speedy prayer to the Holy Spirit for enlightenment, love and transformation. Andachtsjodler was the next to come, a devotional yodeller for praising the Lord at midnight mass. An old famous Austrian folk song about the splendour of nature, In die Berg bin I gern was the eight piece that was followed by Lob and Preis, is yet again another invitation to one and all to come and sing in praise of the Lord, and the last piece was Vater unser acknowledging that with the Lord’s Prayer, which is the most common prayer in the Christian tradition, the troupe got the unique opportunity and immense grace to praise the Lord in Physical in their mother tongue.

Sitting through the entire session watching the graceful artistes, singing their hearts out, Bhagawan asked them to continue for two more repeated songs. Expressing happiness, “Very Happy” in so many words, simultaneously gesticulating with His typical hand movement, and with His face beaming in complete satisfaction, He showed His greater concern and love asking the conductor, who was apparently appeared to have tired after his physically demanding conductor show, whether he wanted water…and lo! He replied through the mike, “Yes, Swami, I want water”. And up came in no time glasses of water at His Divine command.

It is not only the Divine discourses and Sai Literature that can impart lessons from Sathya Sai. Every moment with Him, every movement of Sai is a great lesson to learn. The subtlety in His actions is indeed to be noted and analysed, introspected and one is bound to get greater lessons, bound to reap richer benefits.


It was during the evening session on 20th July 2008 when Bhagawan formally inaugurated the World Conference by lighting the lamp on the dais. Dr. Michael Goldstein, Chairman, Sathya Sai World Foundation, the official body overseeing the activities of Sri Sathya Sai International Organisation, addressing the delegates acknowledged, referring to the entire contingent for the conference and devotees in general who were assembled, that they were all there because they were drawn to the basis of love and light, the spiritual source. In an attempt to give an overview of the conference as an official responsibility, he said, the conference having bore the Divine Name should have a spiritual overview, and Bhagawan only could give it as it was conceived and created by Him alone. “Let us apply His Divine Name and Teachings seriously and responsibly to all aspects of education, Let us apply His Divine Name and Teachings reverently and lovingly to all aspects of our lives; The Divine Name is sacred, it is powerful, it is our salvation”. The spirit of Unity emphasised by Bhagawan should be inculcated in practice and precept as Spiritual Unity is Divine and it is Heart to Heart, exhorted Dr. Goldstein claiming that the participants from different parts of the world, were able to sit together and discuss in Spiritual Unity in a common platform for a common goal. Referring to the two fold instructions received from Bhagawan in their run up to the Conference, Dr. Goldstein said, Unity, the first command received from the Lord has been put in practice to the best of their ability. With reference to the second command that all the participants should come prepared in their respective countries before coming over to Prasanthi Nilayam for the conference and 86 pre-world conferences were conducted in 73 countries in a six month period, questions were generated from participants and would be discussed during the conference in Prasanthi Nilayam.

The theme of the conference is principles, authenticity, accountability and service to mankind; let us understand the Divine Principles set forth by Bhagawan, let us internalise these principles to become exemplars, let us incorporate these principles in our educational programmes correctly so that the programmes are spiritually authentic, let us maintain this spiritual authenticity by evaluating our conduct and once we are done with these we are ready for service. Principles are the source of our programme, authenticity is the ideals for which we strive, accountability is the imperative to which we must adhere and selfless service is the result of understanding Sai Principles by being accountable and making sure that we are ever vigilant as to the manner in which we conduct. These are the essence of Sai Spiritual Education added Dr. Goldstein.

How do we maintain these principles, spiritual purity of Sai Education as it passes through generation of worldly delusion, distortion? How can we stress, impress and redress the need, the imperatives to maintain practice and reflect the highest spiritual principles in all that we do? How can we perpetuate spiritual authenticity in a world brought with iniquity? posed Dr. Goldstein hoping that Bhagawan would answer these questions during the course of the conference.

When the personification of redemption sits before us in the form of Bhagawan we need not doubt, fear, and hesitate, rather should open our hearts to His Divine and everlasting Love said Dr. Goldstein concluding his inspiring rhetoric.

This is the century of Sai. A century which will see the dawning of an age of Love and Peace all over the world, a century which will see the realisation of a world in which mankind will live in accordance with the principles of its inherent divinity, said Sri V. Srinivasan, President, All India Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisations in his address to the delegates of the conference. Highlighting on the Unity factor, he stressed upon the importance of Love and Trust to establish the Brotherhood of Man and Fatherhood of God. Sai Avatar has come for the transformation of mankind and that transformation would take place by teaching in various ways and the totality of this teaching is real education; this education is for life and not for living; this education is learning to differentiate between the real and unreal; this education rests on truth and love, not on transient truth, or on selfish love, but on Truth which was, is and will be true for all the time and love which is selfless, that will always be giving and not taking. Bhagawan’s love is so encompassing that He wants our lives to be His Message and that is real Sai Education, added Mr. Srinivasan. 

Referring to the Bal Vikas programme for blossoming children initiated by Bhagawan, he said, Sai Education is the shield against the vagaries and the temptations of the world; Sai Education has transformed them and now they are the change agents of Sai who are quietly working to bring about transformation in the family, country and in the world at large.  Welcoming one and all to the Real Home, to Prasanthi Nilayam, Mr. Srinivasan said India is the blessed land where Avatar’s have descended and India will continue to be the ever shining beacon for the redemption of humanity through Sai Education.

Bhagawan in His Divine Discourse highlighted on the shrunken society, selfish bend of human mind, education that has become physical and more outward, the suffering meted out at the poor all around the world.

Education today has become physical and outer. There are crores in India who have received this type of education but, to what extend the society has been benefited? They do think about themselves and have no time to think of the problems being faced by the society, said Bhagawan commencing His Divine Discourse.  In an apparent reference to the present plight of the world filled with misery, He said in spite of having such problems around each country speaks about self glory, but fails to address the reality. It is difficult draw a demarcation line between the rich and poor. All are poor. It is rare to find someone who has harmony in Thought, Word and Deed. The poor are passing through unbearable suffering and there is no one to care for them. Love and Compassion are the need of the hour.  Those who boast the feeling of ‘I’ and ‘Mine’ can never be happy. ‘I’ combines with the ‘mine’ feeling to form the Ego. 

Here is the summary of His Divine Discourse (these are not verbatim translations, but the summary of the Divine Discourse.)

Among the affluent there is no fear of sin and Love for God.

We must get rid of selfishness and one should work towards achieving this end.

Spirit of service and love should be the motive force for the men.

All are children of God; If we put others into suffering, we are bound to get it back.

We need to develop feeling for Unity in our heart that would lead to Purity and finally to Divinity.

One cannot be indifferent to the suffering of others.

Without the five human values all are animals in human forms. Once he develops human values he will become automatically compassionate.

Truth cannot be found outside; Truth is very much within.

Students of Bhagawan’s institutions right from Primary level would know and understand human values.

From Truth comes Righteousness and from Right Conduct blossoms Love which in turn brings Peace that finally develops non-violence.

Even birds have great love among and how is it that man missed out at this point?

People are after money. They do not want God. They do not understand that Atma resides within.

Without knowing one’s true nature one cannot attain anything.

One needs to sit calm, quiet and enquire within to know the reality. This is true meditation.

Reading books (apparently referring to a claim by a student who finished Sai Satcharita) is not enough; one needs to turn his heart into such teachings to get the real meaning and put the same in practise.

Name and physical identification are for physical purposes, but the reality one needs to know essentially is the Truth, I AM I

When you develop firm faith that God is with you, you will be able to achieve anything in the world.

Educare is to bring out the innermost sacred human qualities, from within.

Education is pertaining to external knowledge.

Within thirty years the world will be united, will be one, with one caste, one religion, one God.

Unity in Diversity has become the dictum to practice in precept as this maxim finds a place very often in Bhagawan’s Divine Discourses and thus into the large family of Sai Fraternity. More than forty musicians from over 20 countries took the centre stage on the twilight of 20th july in the colourfully decorated Sai Kulwant Hall for a display of what could be aptly described as a Global Harmony Show. The Saisymphony Orchestra has been an integral part of Prasanthi Nilayam during the Birthday and Gurupoornima celebrations for last so many years and so their turn came yet again on the 20th evening to perform in His immediate Divine Presence.

Led by conductor Michael Koehler from Germany, the troupe had members from Macedonia, Albania, Switzerland, U.S.A., Japan, India, Lithuania, Russia, The Czec Republic, New Zealand, Austria, Italy, Columbia, France, Ireland, The Netherlands and Canada orchestrating various instruments on a single stage to bring a concord of sounds symbolising global harmony, a United World, as Bhagawan prophesied just minutes ago to the programme ending His Divine Discourse. 


Learning To Be…

A curtain raiser on the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference

July 20, 2008

What is the end goal of Sathya Sai Education? Learning To Be.  To help develop the whole human being, a balanced development of the physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual domains to endow one with an integrated personality is the first and foremost aim of Sathya Sai Education.

Bhagawan exhorts: Students! Teachers! Patrons of education! You should understand the true meaning of education. Education does not mean mere acquisition of bookish knowledge. Can you call all those who know how to read and write educated? Can one be called educated merely by acquiring degrees? How can you attain the eternal knowledge if you do not know your true Self?  You should make efforts to know your true identity. All your education will prove futile if you do not know who you really are. (Dasara 2004)


On the auspicious Guru Purnima morning on the 18th July 2008, Bhagawan, citing the example of a student-turned faculty member who has been invited to go over to Hungary for his thesis and presentation, exhorted the students of Sathya Sai Institutions to share the knowledge that they have been fortunate to learn in the portals of the illustrious hallowed institution, at His Divine Lotus Feet. Teachers and students should not only study and recapitulate, but should be able to impart the knowledge, said Bhagawan in a different context during the Divine Discourse.

Sathya Sai Education has its roots in the teachings of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba who has established His Empire of Educational Institutions in the year 1969 that has grown in to a University with unique distinction over the years.  Very early in His life, Sri Sathya Sai Baba declared that His Mission would be to impress upon mankind on the crucial importance of leading moral lives by the practice of universal human values: Sathya (Truth); Dharma (Righteousness); Shanthi (Peace); Prema (Love); Ahimsa (Nonviolence). ‘Education should bring out human values. “To bring out” means to translate these values into action’. Ever since, He has remained a constant motivator and guide in the development of Sathya Sai Education. The most distinguishing feature of this educational system is its philosophy that helps students to develop good character with equal importance in fostering the development of skills that will help them to earn a good living. He says, education is for life and not merely for living. Revolutionary in concept and comprehensive in scope, Sathya Sai educational principles have become a lifelong learning and transformation process for children, men, and women in all parts of the world.

“Education is not for mere living; it is for life, a fuller life, a more meaningful, and a more worthwhile life. There is no harm if it is also for a gainful employment; but the educated man must be aware that existence is not all, that gainful employment is not all. Again education is not for developing the faculty of argument, criticism, or winning a polemic victory over your opponents or exhibiting your mastery over language or logic. That study is best, which teaches you to conquer this cycle of birth and death and that will not be disturbed by the blessings or blows of fate. That study begins where this study of yours ends.”

Sathya Sai Educational Programme has become a global phenomenon that has made its strong presence in many parts of the world and its impact would be known to the world when the climax would be unfolded, as Bhagawan has taken great pride in calling His students future leaders.  It has been an evolutionary process starting with His first educational institution in Anantapur in 1968, Bal Vikas Movement in 1969, a Boys Campus in Brindavan, Bangalore in 1969, Primary and Higher Secondary Schools in Prasanthi Nilayam in 1970, a Campus in Prasanthi Nilayam for Men in 1978, the inception of Education in Human Values in the year 1980, Institute of Sathya Sai Education in 1987 followed by the conception of “Educare” in the mid nineties.

Inaugurating the Anantapur College for Women on 22nd July 1968 Bhagawan said:  "This is a Divine and blessed land whose tradition is based on spirituality. This college has to be an example. Motherhood aspect is very important. The influence of good or bad, which a mother exerts on her children is far-reaching. Good mothers are needed to rebuild India again."

The network of Institutes of Sathya Sai Education has now expanded to over 20 countries. It is mainly aimed at “to propagate the ideals of Sathya Sai Education in primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities.” In their respective geographical regions, the Institutes provide standardized training of teachers and teacher-trainers. They also offer Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses, assist in establishing Sathya Sai Schools, and support the adoption of existing schools.

Yes, towards ‘Learning To Be’, one of the four pillars of education defined in the report of the International Commission. In the most inclusive sense, To Be refers to developing the whole human being, or a balanced development of the physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual domains to endow one with an integrated personality. By combining spiritual education with secular education in an integral manner, Sathya Sai Education lays the foundation for developing an integrated personality. Bhagawan has referred to it as the harmonious development of a sharp intellect endowed with fundamental discrimination; a kind, compassionate heart with love for all; and competent hands that serve selflessly. Such a personality is the combination of nobility and ability. Bhagawan says, "Nobility without ability is useless to society and ability without nobility is dangerous to it." The most important manifestation of this whole human being or an integrated personality is character, and that is the goal of Sathya Sai Education. The human values of Love, Truth, Peace, Right Conduct, and Nonviolence provide the foundation for character, which in turn manifests itself as unity in thought, word, and deed, in selfless service and love for all. Character alone confers the ability to exercise objectivity and a sense of personal responsibility to attain common goals of the society. Information, knowledge, and skills gained through secular education are important tools and are prerequisites for righteous action, but these become ineffective when the personality lacks character.

Addressing the students of Sathya Sai University during the Summer Course in 1992 Bhagawan declared: “I want you to be leaders to protect the world. Leaders like lions-self-reliant, courageous, majestic and just. Lion is the king of animals and I want you to be king among men”.

The end of education is character;
The end of knowledge is love;
The end of culture is perfection;
The end of wisdom is freedom.

It could be an ambition, a dream for mortals, but, for the Immortal One it was His Sankalpa. His Sankalpa, His Will is bound to be done! And Sathya Sai Education is the perfect tool in His hands to make it happen


A report on the Pre-World Conference

Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conferences

A report by the Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation

With Divine Blessings and Approval of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, Sai educationists all over the world are preparing for the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference to be held in Prasanthi Nilayam from 20 to 22 July 2008. The conference theme will be: “Principles, Authenticity, Accountability and Service to Mankind”. This will be a unique opportunity for Sai educationists everywhere to contemplate deeply on the spiritual teachings of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba which have inspired and guided the Sri Sathya Sai Education movement throughout the world. The objective of this conference is to establish a universal understanding of these principles so that these could be applied authentically in all Sai Education Programmes everywhere. Organised jointly by the Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation and the All-India Sri Sathya Sai Organisation, the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference will bring together Sai educationists active in SSEHV, SSE teachers and teacher-trainers, educators in Sathya Sai Schools and Institutes and leaders of Sathya Sai Organisations from India and more than 80 overseas countries.
In accordance with Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Guidance and Instructions, 84 national and regional Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conferences are being held in countries around the world in preparation for the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference. Of these, 80 Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conferences had already taken place by the end of May 2008. There are 73 countries participating in these Pre-World conferences. This issue carries highlights of Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conferences held in different geographic regions.
North America
Three national Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conferences were held in Canada, the United States and the West Indies. The Pre-Conferences afforded a fresh opportunity for Sai educators to come together from different regions of the vast continent and share their experiences and love for Bhagawan that had motivated them to adopt Bhagawan’s Divine Teachings into a variety of educational programmes over the past thirty years.
United States
Thirty-five Sai educators, Young Adult leaders and senior office bearers from the United States gathered in Los Angeles on 3 May 2008 for a Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Conference convened by Dr. David Gries, the Zone Chairman of the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation in North America, in preparation for the World Education Conference in July.
Dr. Michael Goldstein, Chairman of the Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation, discussed the themes of the July Conference—Spiritual Principles, Authenticity, Accountability, and Service—and stressed the need for unity. Dr. Narendranath Reddy, Director of the Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation, also spoke about the need for unity and extolled Sathya Sai Educare as a way to help people to understand and practice the five Human Values, the underlying value being Love. Dr. William Harvey of the Prasanthi Council also added insightful comments. These inspiring talks, encouraging all to work together in unity, set the tone for the rest of the meeting.
Dr. Ronne Marantz, member of the Education Committee of the Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation, provided perspective on the evolving Core Syllabus.
Mrs. Berniece Mead, National SSE Coordinator, and Mrs. Bea Flaig, National Coordinator for SSEHV, reviewed the long and rich history of educational programmes in the U.S. and facilitated discussions on how to meet challenges facing the programmes. Mrs. Doris Hampton, the Community SSEHV Coordinator provided a stimulating example of educational programmes working in cooperation with the community that had been widely recognised. The last part of the meeting was devoted to a discussion of creating a U.S. Institute of Sathya Sai Education.
Canada organised its Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conference in Toronto on 26 April 2008. A total of 138 delegates came from all over Canada to participate in the conference. The conference began with Dr. V.P. Singh, the Central Co-ordinator for Canada welcoming the delegates and introducing the concept of Sathya Sai Educare. Mr. T.R.Pillay, the former Principal of Sathya Sai School in Toronto then gave a succinct review of the Global Overview of Sathya Sai Education, focusing specially on the future perspectives, emphasising how all should work in unity to achieve the highest goals of education espoused by Bhagawan. Dr. David Gries, the Zonal Chairman, emphasised the importance of suffusing all educational programmes with Bhagawan’s Love which was the undercurrent of all Human Values. Dr. M.V. Kanchana, National Education Co-ordinator for Canada, explained the theme of the conference and introduced the four topics of the World Conference: Principles, Authenticity, Accountability and Service to Mankind. This highly interactive conference brought out the unity and love underlying all Sai education programmes and underscored the close relationship between educational and other activities of the organisation. The participants finally articulated some questions for consideration at the World Conference.
UK and Continental Europe
Five national Pre-Conferences took place in the UK, Germany, Hungary, Spain and the Netherlands by the end of April 2008.   
UK and Ireland
The United Kingdom Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conference was held on 19 April 2008 at the Sathya Sai School in Leicester - the ‘Midlands’ area of England. The event brought together 106 participants from the UK Sathya Sai Organisation, the British Institute of Sathya Sai Education (BISSE) and the Sathya Sai School in Leicester. The UK National Chairperson of the Sathya Sai Organisation,, Rev. Rosemary Perry, opened the conference.
After a meditative and inspiring film on Educare, presented by the National Youth Coordinator, Mathan Arulvel, five key speakers addressed the participants. Mr Ishver Patel, Central Coordinator for the UK and Ireland highlighted the Regional Education Consultation held in England in January 2007, the National Sathya Sai Education Conference held in September 2007, and finally the objectives of the present Pre-World Conference – all preparing the Sai educationists in the UK and Ireland for the World Education Conference in July 2008. Mrs. Carole Alderman followed this with a brief account of BISSE activities and an update of recent changes in its administrative structure. Dr. Prabodh Mistry, the representative for Sathya Sai Schools to the UKCC, gave an update and overview of the Sathya Sai School in Leicester. Mrs. Lakshimi Puvanendran presented a succinct and comprehensive account of every aspect of SSE in the UK and Mr. Jiten Patel, Head of Training in BISSE, summarised SSEHV in both the community and in wider society, and described resource development and training.
This was followed by four workshops on the theme: ‘Principles’, ‘Authenticity’, ‘Accountability’ and ‘Service’. The programme closed with a Human Values song from one of BISSE’s repertoire and sung in unison: “Happy are they who in friendship, willingly work together.”
A National Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Conference was held in Bad Wildungen on 5 April 2008 with the participation of national and regional SSE Coordinators, teachers who are implementing Human Values in their classes and conducting SSEHV Programmes all over the country, teacher-trainers of the ESSE Institute and Young Adult Coordinators – a total of more than 30 participants. The meeting was inaugurated by the Central Coordinator Petra von Kalinowski, followed by her detailed presentation of the Global Overview of Sri Sathya Sai Education. Another presentation laid stress on the “Sathya Sai Schools all over the world” and gave some vivid examples of their educational programmes.
In different workshops the participants reflected on Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Divine Teachings which lay the foundation of Sathya Sai Educare. Another session was devoted to the issue of maintaining authenticity in Sai Educational Programmes and the accountability of the teacher’s work and how all these could contribute to the service to mankind which epitomised Bhagawan’s teaching of Love All, Serve All.
Twenty-nine participants from the mainland/Balearic Islands and Canary Islands joined a Pre-World Education Conference held in Madrid on 19 and 20 April 2008. The speakers pointed out that Sai Educationists in Spain had been active with educational programmes for the past thirty years and the Pre-Conference had served well to unite all these individuals. It was a delightful surprise to many to be aware of the progress and achievements that had been made in the area of Sathya Sai Education in different parts of the country and how this had helped in their individual transformation. Everyone felt that the Pre-World Conference had given a new momentum in the area of Sai Education.
Africa and the Middle East
Six national Pre-World Conferences were held in South Africa, Mauritius, Zambia, Kenya, Oman, and Kuwait by the end of April 2008. Reports from the early conferences already held demonstrate how the universality of SSSEHV transcends culture, religion and ethnicity.
South Africa
The South African Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conference held in Durban on the 17 February 2008 was attended by 600 delegates. Organised by the Sathya Sai Institute of South Africa, delegates included the institute faculty members, principals and teachers of all four Sathya Sai Schools, Sathya Sai Education Council members, members of the Boards of Management of Sathya Sai Schools and eminent educationists.
Among the recommendations made were: to encourage more qualified youth to join SSE Teacher Training Courses; to set up a Teacher Resource Centre to facilitate teacher training courses in other parts of the country, namely Cape Town, Johannesburg and the Natal Midlands area. In the area of SSEHV, it was resolved to adopt a State School and to introduce Bhagawan’s Educare principles into the teaching process; to train 220 public school teachers this year; and to address the specific needs of children with learning disabilities.

A Pre-World Conference was held on the 27 April 2008 at Anandam, Mauritius, with 200 participants in attendance. Notable among the participants were senior officers from the Ministry of Education and Human Resources, the Ministry of Women, Family Welfare and Child Development, the Mahatma Gandhi Institute, the Queen Elizabeth College, the Indian Ocean Centre, Islamique Des Mourides, and eminent educationists from the Indian Ocean Island.
Presentations highlighted the role and function of the Indian Ocean Centre for SSEHV, the ongoing SSE and SSEHV programmes and the needed refinements in the light of the draft Sri Sathya Sai World Foundation Guidelines in circulation for Sathya Sai Schools and Institutes.
A Pre-World National Education Conference was held at The African Institute of Sathya Sai Education (TAISSE) in Zambia from 7 to 9 January 2008. In attendance were 30 teachers from the three Sathya Sai Schools in Ndola, TAISSE faculty members, and 20 senior officers of the Sathya Sai Organisation. Speakers included Mr. Victor Kanu, Mrs. Genoveva Kanu, Sathya Sai School Administrators and senior teachers.
The Pre-World Conference discussed the principles and practices of Sathya Sai Education. Regular training workshops were suggested for Sathya Sai School teachers so that they could become conversant with the principles and the philosophy of Sathya Sai Educare.
The Sultanate of Oman held a Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World National Sai Education Conference on 28 March 2008 in Muscat. Organised by the Education Wing of the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation in Oman under the leadership of the National Chairperson Mr. G. Venkatesh, 82 participants attended the conference including teachers from Middle East Nursery School, SSE and SSEHV teachers and Sathya Sai Organisation Office-bearers.
They presented various aspects of Sathya Sai Education, beginning with the Divine Teachings of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba which underlie Sathya Sai Educare. The participants explored the historic development of the Sathya Sai Education programmes and institutions; Two well-structured group discussions followed these presentations to prepare the delegates to participate effectively at the World Education Conference in July.  
Latin America
Sri Sathya Sai Education has been taken to heart in Latin America. There are currently 8 Sathya Sai Educational Institutions and 14 Sathya Sai Schools in 11 countries in south and central America.
February and March 2008 saw three Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Conferences organised in La Paz, Sucre, and Cochabamba by the National President of the Sathya Sai Organisation in preparation for the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference in July. Luz Marina Genera, member of the ISSE in Colombia facilitated a meeting for 30 participants who discussed the themes of true education, the Sathya Sai Educare, the role of teachers as exemplars of Human Values, and teaching methods, techniques, and evaluation.
Asia-Pacific (Outside India)
Four national Pre-Conferences were held in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Singapore by the end of April 2008.
A National Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Conference was organised by the Australian Institute of Sathya Sai Education in March 2008 in Sydney. Sai educationists attending the meeting included current staff and students of the Institute of Sathya Sai Education, Advanced Diploma students, SSE teachers, and professional teachers in the Sathya Sai School.
The research findings were presented by Advanced Diploma students of the Australian Institute on the impact of SSEHV on education, health, parenting and youth. The National Education Coordinator, Mrs. Padma Ayyagari presented a new vision of a unified, harmonised and consolidated Sathya Sai Education programme for Australia.
New Zealand and Fiji
Sri Sathya Sai Organisation in New Zealand held a national Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conference in the Mangere community within Auckland on 19 and 20 April 2008. Thirty-eight participants including  senior members of the Institute of Sathya Sai Education NZ, SSEHV Teachers, the Sai School Principal, and Institute of Sathya Sai Education (ISSE) teachers attended the conference.
The major themes discussed were spiritual principles underlying Sathya Sai Educare; a comparison of SSEHV and SSE; a critique of current curriculum and practice; educational standards and quality assurance; coordination between Sai education functions and other activities of the Sathya Sai Organisation; and priority action areas in Sathya Sai education.
On 6 April 2008, the Sathya Sai Institute of Human Values in Fiji organised a Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conference at the Sathya Sai School, Drasa, Lautoka, Fiji. Twenty-three participants were in attendance including the Institute staff, Sathya Sai School teachers, SSE teachers and Office bearers of the Sathya Sai Organisation of Fiji.
The Singapore Sri Sathya Sai Organisation organised a Sri Sathya Sai Pre-World Education Conference on 5 and 6 April 2008. The event was attended by 216 participants including Bal Vikas teachers involved in the SSE activities in Singapore and teachers from the Sathya Sai School of Singapore.
The two invited keynote speakers, Dr. Art-ong Jumsai and Ms. Lorraine Burrows from the Sathya Sai School and Institute in Thailand explained the purpose of the World Education Conference and what was required from the deliberations in each country. The spiritual principles underlying Sathya Sai Education were explained and the need for enhancing teacher training and teaching-learning resources were emphasised. Loraine Burrows, in addition to her talks on the World Conference topics, also conducted a workshop on lesson planning.
Our Lord Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba gave His Guidance to convene Pre-World Sri Sathya Sai Education Conferences. His Guidance became an Instruction to Sai Educators all over the World. His Instruction became the Inspiration for the assemblies of Sai Educators worldwide who met, shared, and communicated in a spirit of selfless Love and Unity was achieved.

The Sai Educators are now prepared to effectively participate in the Sri Sathya Sai World Education Conference and to receive the Divine Message of our beloved Bhagawan.



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