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A lovely rose that spreads its fragrance all around; the gentle breeze which wafts in its welcome freshness; the life giving rain that enlivens everything it touchés such is the life that is dedicated to God and the service of all God’s creation. Even such is the life of a living saint-the Life Beautiful that is Dada J.P. Vaswani’s.

 

Dada personifies the very spirit of sympathy, service and sacrifice. The very embodiment of unconditional, all-encompassing love, his life is a testimony of his utter devotion to God and the guru. Not all of us can aspire to emulate his life; but surely everyone of us can draw inspiration, hope, courage and moral sustenance from his life story. Here is a life that is in every sense of the term, the Life Beautiful!

 

Foreword

 

India occupies a special place in Tibetan hearts. We regard it as the Arya Bhumi, the birthplace of our teacher, the Buddha, and many other enlightened masters, as well as the source of the Dharma brought to the Land of Snows over a thousand years ago. I remember how thrilled I was, as a young man to be able to visit the holy places associated with such inspiring figures as the Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi.

 

However, the real significance of India lies not in its historical sites, no matter how sacred, but in its continuing respect for the spiritual way of life and those persons who uphold it. For nearly forty years, I have been privileged to live in this country, enjoying the religious freedom denied to me and my fellow countrymen and women in our own homeland. During this time, I have also had the honour of meeting many religious leaders and spiritual practitioners, both here and abroad.

 

Amongst these, the revered Dada J.P. Vaswani, Spiritual Head of the Sadhu Vaswani Mission, particularly epitomises the life of Dharma. He is a living example of how the spirit and practice of our ancient traditions can be purely maintained, even amidst the changes and challenges of this modern age.

 

In this biography of their guru, some of Dad a J.P. Vaswani’s disciples have gathered many examples of his activities. These demonstrate, over and over again, that no matter what particular religious tradition we belong to, the very heart of the spiritual life is compassion and a sense of universal responsibility towards others. I am convinced that in sharing these many illuminating episodes with their readers, the authors are in fact sharing with them the blessings of compassion.

 

Preface

 

The greatest blessing of life is that we can love ... !”

 

If life is a battle, love is it’s victory; if life is a story, love is it’s theme; if life is music, love is it’s melody; and if life is a flower, love is it’s fragrance.

 

Can anything be greater than the power of love? Can anything be more beautiful than the spirit oflove? Can there be a shorter, speedier way to God than love?

 

This book is a love offering; it is an expression of our love and devotion for a man, who, we believe, is the very personification of the divine quality of love Dada J.P. Vaswani.

 

“What is the meaning of life?” asked the greatest scientist of our age, Albert Einstein. “To know an answer to this question, is to be religious,” he asserted. “What is it to live?” We rephrase his question and the answer comes to us from the living precept of our dearly beloved Dada, “TO LIVE IS TO LOVE!”

 

Truly, Dada is a great believer in the strength and sustaining power of love. His emphasis is on what he calls “love inaction”, which manifests itself in sympathy, service and sacrifice. “In love,” he says, “is the solution to all the problems of life.”

 

Dada’s life is his message; for he is, indeed, love-in-action. The rare and blessed privilege that has been given to us in putting this book together has shown us that his life spells out in clear, distinct, beautiful terms, the message of LOVE.

 

“Love is not an attribute of God,” says Dada. “Love is God.” The question was asked of him, “What is love?” And he answered, “You will know when you become love!” We might venture to add, “To know Dada, is to know the meaning of love.”

 

We do not claim to offer you an authorised biography; we are not worthy to make such an attempt. Can the ocean be measured out in pipettes and beakers? But we would like to tell you of the beauty, the vastness, the depths, the grandeur of God’s creation that the ocean symbolises and this is exactly what we set out to do through the incidents narrated in this book share with you our love, admiration and reverence for the man whose life is rooted in love.

 

Dada’s love is all-encompassing. It draws its sustenance from God and its inspiration from his Master, Sadhu Vaswani. It reaches out to the whole of creation-men, women and children; bird, beast and fish; to the whole of animate and inanimate nature. To know Dada even from afar, to let our lives be touched by his influence-even remotely- is to feel the magic of his love! This is the magic we have tried to capture for you through the pages of this book.

 

We consider it our rare privilege and blessing that H.H. the Dalai Lama has graced the book with his Foreword.

 

We dedicate this book to the love which is never blind the love which sees not only with the eyes but more so with the mind, the heart and the spirit.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

vii

 

Preface

ix

1.

Love is Never Blind

1

2.

On His Forty First Birthday

2

3.

A Joy Bringer

7

4.

The Blessed Family

8

5.

What’s in a Name?

10

6.

The Master’s Blessings

11

7.

Academic Brilliance

12

8.

Silence Speaks

14

9.

A Bitter Lesson

15

10.

Well Chosen!

17

11.

Snake-scare!

18

12.

What Would You Like to Be?

19

13.

Wee Wisdom!

21

14.

The Compassionate One

22

15.

The Right Attitude

23

16.

What a Predicament!

24

17.

The Birthday Gift

26

18.

Precious Memories

28

19.

The Boy Scout

30

20.

An Amazing Memory

31

21.

The World is a Stage

32

22.

The Mask of Fear

33

23.

Dada Gambles!

34

24.

The Tie Untied!

36

25.

One Good Deed a Day

37

26.

Childhood Training

38

27.

Let Go, Let God!

39

28.

Practice Makes Perfect

40

29.

The Young Orator

42

30.

The Forgotten Errand

44

31.

The Raging Storm

46

32.

Soul Picnics

47

33.

The Cap of Faith

48

34.

His Names are Many

50

35.

The College Student

51

36.

The Divine Boatman

53

37.

Voracious Readers

55

38.

The Unknown Baba

56

39.

God Alone!

58

40.

Encounter with a Fakir

59

41.

Tied Down?

61

42.

Company Counts

62

43.

Venture Into The Unknown

63

44.

Genius at Work

65

45.

The Mystical Encounter

66

46.

The Young Ascetic

69

47.

The Lure of the Library

70

48.

More To Read

71

49.

Blurred Vision

73

50.

An Interlude with Law

75

51.

Maker of His Own Destiny

77

52.

A Competitor Becomes a Friend

78

53.

Votary of Truth

80

54.

The Road Less Travelled

81

55.

A letter to be Preserved

83

56.

A Doctorate Donated

86

57.

One Vision in All

88

58.

Good Nigh t, Sleep Tight!

89

59.

The All-in-One Editor

90

60.

What It is to Be Hungry

92

61.

Testing Time

94

62.

The Insatiable Quest

96

63.

Thy Will be Done!

98

64.

A Confession

100

65.

I Would Rather Go to the Police Station!

102

66.

“She was my upaguru .... “

103

67.

The Most Suitable

105

68.

O, So Simple!

106

69.

Amongst His Students

108

70.

A Principal with a Difference

110

71.

Dada’s Many Facets

112

72.

Sympathy is the Best ‘Pathy’

114

73.

Labourer in the Master’s Vineyard

115

74.

Tell Me Where God is Not

116

75.

The Teacher’s Teacher

117

76.

A Saint Gives-A Saint Takes Away!

118

77.

Dost He Not Dwell in the Stone?

120

78.

One There is Who Sees!

121

79.

A True Disciple

122

80.

Master, We Need You!

124

81.

Unquestioning Acceptance

126

82.

Be By Me!

127

83.

A Magnetic Personality

130

84.

Anjali

131

85.

All Life is Sacred

132

86.

The Touch of Love

133

87.

Anything Worth Doing is Worth Doing Well

134

88.

Anna Daata

135

89.

At the Ruby Hall Nursing Home

137

90.

The Pilgrim Moves On

139

91.

Give the Devil His Due

140

92.

Greet the God Within

141

93.

A Servant of All

142

94.

Surprises Up His Sleeve!

143

95.

The Day Dada Wept!

144

96.

The Dutiful Son

145

97.

How Thoughtful!

147

98.

No Price is Too High

148

99.

When Will the Poor Come to Their Own?

150

100.

. Our True Homeland

152

101.

First Overseas Yatra

153

102.

The Hand of Providence

154

103.

At the World Hindu Conference, Colombo

155

104.

With the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka

156

105.

Unforgettable!

157

106.

Hanuman Darshan

158

107.

The God-Sent Kite

159

108.

Our Saviour Has Come!

160

109.

All For a Cat!

161

110.

With a Chinese Saint

162

111.

Dada Accepts a Cigarette

163

112.

An Evening with the Monkeys

164

113.

Among Indonesians

165

114.

New Horizons

166

115.

What is Your Ambition?

168

116.

Set Them Free!

169

117.

The Woman Represents Goddess Lakshmi

170

118.

Selfless Love

171

119.

The Bank with a Difference

172

120.

Prani Mitra

173

121.

Great Railway Journeys

174

122.

Did You See Him on the Road?

176

123.

At Baroda

177

124.

Teaching Through Precept

178

125.

At the Taj Mahal

179

126.

Unity of All Religions

180

127

Visit to the Raj Bhavan

182

128.

The Son of Sind

183

129.

At the U.N.

184

130.

Dada in New York

185

131.

Tourist in Search Of. ..

187

132.

A Dream Come True!

188

133.

Dignity of Labour

189

134.

The Florist Fan

190

135.

Private Tuition

191

136.

Dada Accepts a Gift of Wine

192

137

Walks That Inspire

193

138.

The Gita in Daily Life

195

139.

A Special Dada Week

196

140.

The Tenth Hindu Conference, New York

197

141.

Hari Bol!

199

142.

At the House of Commons

200

143.

One in All

202

144.

The Healing Touch

203

145

25th NovemberA Day to Remember

205

146.

A Brisk Walker

207

147.

Roshan Deepavali!

208

148.

A Vow Fulfilled

209

149.

Never Late!

21 1

150.

“Am I Not Your Brother?”

212

151.

Happy Birthday!

213

152.

At the Global Peace Conference

215

153.

The Chosen Path

217

154.

It’s So Wonderful!

218

155.

Humility Personified

224

156.

How Can I Believe in God?

226

157.

In the Midst of Prisoners

227

158.

Burden Bearer

229

159.

Do Thou Plan for Me!

230

160.

At the Rotary Conference

231

161.

In the Land of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

232

162.

India’s Treasure

234

163.

At World Vision 2000

236

164.

At the Parliament of World Religions

238

165.

Homes for the Homeless

240

166.

See No Evil

242

167.

The Great Giver

243

168.

Therapy of Thanksgiving

244

169.

Change the World with Love!

245

170.

My One Desire

246

171.

The Warmth of Love

247

172.

A Lump of Clay?

248

173.

British M.P. Welcomes Dada

249

174.

A Glorious Vision of the Twenty-First Century

250

175.

Louder Than Words

252

176.

The Tiny Pencil

253

177.

Dada Offers Namaz!

254

178.

Here is My Temple!

255

179.

Miami Honours Dada

257

180.

Georgia “Adopts” Dada

259

181.

You Are Not Alone!

260

182.

It is We Who Have Failed Religion!

262

183.

The Mission with A Vision

264

184.

Plenty of Time?

267

185.

A Gifted Writer

268

186.

At the World Philosophers’ Meet

269

187.

An Echo of the Divine

271

188.

A Disci pie of All

273

189.

Harmony Man, 1997

274

190.

Dada Greets the U.N. Secretary General

276

191.

At the Smithsonian Institute

277

192.

Dada at the Vatican

279

193.

Our Gates are Always Open for You!

280

194.

An Unexpected Admirer

281

195.

Laughter, The Best Medicine

282

196.

A Rose By Any Other Name ...

284

197.

With the Little Ones

285

198.

Never Be Idle!

286

199.

Your Religion is Like Your Mother!

287

200.

And Our Hearts Ached ... !

289

201.

At the Washington Medical Centre

291

202.

The Angiography

294

203.

“I Have Been Sky-Passed!”

296

204.

U Thant Peace Award

299

205.

Back Home!

301

206.

The Woman-Soul

303

207.

EQ, MQ and SQ!

304

208.

The Smile-Millionaire!

307

209.

The True Doctor

311

210.

Dada Addresses the I CC

312

211.

He Was A Bridge-Builder!

313

212.

“Who is Your Favourite Disciple?”

315

213.

First Thanksgiving Anniversary

317

214.

Are You Married?

318

215.

And Friendship Bloomed Again!

319

216.

A Mantra for the Modern Man

320

217.

“There Will be a Beautiful Temple Here!”

322

218.

Seven Notes On The Musical Scale of Peace

323

219.

“Every Day is Mother’s Day!”

325

220.

Reporters will be Reporters!

327

221.

“He Reminds Me of an Aryan Sage!”

329

222.

The Satsang Relocates

331

223.

Physician, Heal Thyself

333

224.

Good Health for All

335

225.

Come Unto Me!

337

226.

A Hawaiian Retreat

338

227.

Is Disaster About to Strike?

340

228.

The Religion of Self-Remembrance

341

229.

“You are always with us, Dada!”

343

230.

“Lord, Bless This Meal!”

345

231.

What Is Wrong With Us?

346

232.

At the Hindu Monastery of Ghana

347

233.

“How Could You Do This?”

349

234.

What Kind of a Guru is He?

350

235.

India-a Land of Overpopulation and Poverty?

352

236.

Wanted-A Peace Brigade

354

237.

At the Millennium World Peace Summit

356

238.

“Sarua Bhavantu Sukhinaha ... “

359

239.

Dada at The Town Hall, New York

362

240.

Child of My Tears!

364

 

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Dada J.P. Vaswani: His Life and Teaching

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A lovely rose that spreads its fragrance all around; the gentle breeze which wafts in its welcome freshness; the life giving rain that enlivens everything it touchés such is the life that is dedicated to God and the service of all God’s creation. Even such is the life of a living saint-the Life Beautiful that is Dada J.P. Vaswani’s.

 

Dada personifies the very spirit of sympathy, service and sacrifice. The very embodiment of unconditional, all-encompassing love, his life is a testimony of his utter devotion to God and the guru. Not all of us can aspire to emulate his life; but surely everyone of us can draw inspiration, hope, courage and moral sustenance from his life story. Here is a life that is in every sense of the term, the Life Beautiful!

 

Foreword

 

India occupies a special place in Tibetan hearts. We regard it as the Arya Bhumi, the birthplace of our teacher, the Buddha, and many other enlightened masters, as well as the source of the Dharma brought to the Land of Snows over a thousand years ago. I remember how thrilled I was, as a young man to be able to visit the holy places associated with such inspiring figures as the Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi.

 

However, the real significance of India lies not in its historical sites, no matter how sacred, but in its continuing respect for the spiritual way of life and those persons who uphold it. For nearly forty years, I have been privileged to live in this country, enjoying the religious freedom denied to me and my fellow countrymen and women in our own homeland. During this time, I have also had the honour of meeting many religious leaders and spiritual practitioners, both here and abroad.

 

Amongst these, the revered Dada J.P. Vaswani, Spiritual Head of the Sadhu Vaswani Mission, particularly epitomises the life of Dharma. He is a living example of how the spirit and practice of our ancient traditions can be purely maintained, even amidst the changes and challenges of this modern age.

 

In this biography of their guru, some of Dad a J.P. Vaswani’s disciples have gathered many examples of his activities. These demonstrate, over and over again, that no matter what particular religious tradition we belong to, the very heart of the spiritual life is compassion and a sense of universal responsibility towards others. I am convinced that in sharing these many illuminating episodes with their readers, the authors are in fact sharing with them the blessings of compassion.

 

Preface

 

The greatest blessing of life is that we can love ... !”

 

If life is a battle, love is it’s victory; if life is a story, love is it’s theme; if life is music, love is it’s melody; and if life is a flower, love is it’s fragrance.

 

Can anything be greater than the power of love? Can anything be more beautiful than the spirit oflove? Can there be a shorter, speedier way to God than love?

 

This book is a love offering; it is an expression of our love and devotion for a man, who, we believe, is the very personification of the divine quality of love Dada J.P. Vaswani.

 

“What is the meaning of life?” asked the greatest scientist of our age, Albert Einstein. “To know an answer to this question, is to be religious,” he asserted. “What is it to live?” We rephrase his question and the answer comes to us from the living precept of our dearly beloved Dada, “TO LIVE IS TO LOVE!”

 

Truly, Dada is a great believer in the strength and sustaining power of love. His emphasis is on what he calls “love inaction”, which manifests itself in sympathy, service and sacrifice. “In love,” he says, “is the solution to all the problems of life.”

 

Dada’s life is his message; for he is, indeed, love-in-action. The rare and blessed privilege that has been given to us in putting this book together has shown us that his life spells out in clear, distinct, beautiful terms, the message of LOVE.

 

“Love is not an attribute of God,” says Dada. “Love is God.” The question was asked of him, “What is love?” And he answered, “You will know when you become love!” We might venture to add, “To know Dada, is to know the meaning of love.”

 

We do not claim to offer you an authorised biography; we are not worthy to make such an attempt. Can the ocean be measured out in pipettes and beakers? But we would like to tell you of the beauty, the vastness, the depths, the grandeur of God’s creation that the ocean symbolises and this is exactly what we set out to do through the incidents narrated in this book share with you our love, admiration and reverence for the man whose life is rooted in love.

 

Dada’s love is all-encompassing. It draws its sustenance from God and its inspiration from his Master, Sadhu Vaswani. It reaches out to the whole of creation-men, women and children; bird, beast and fish; to the whole of animate and inanimate nature. To know Dada even from afar, to let our lives be touched by his influence-even remotely- is to feel the magic of his love! This is the magic we have tried to capture for you through the pages of this book.

 

We consider it our rare privilege and blessing that H.H. the Dalai Lama has graced the book with his Foreword.

 

We dedicate this book to the love which is never blind the love which sees not only with the eyes but more so with the mind, the heart and the spirit.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

vii

 

Preface

ix

1.

Love is Never Blind

1

2.

On His Forty First Birthday

2

3.

A Joy Bringer

7

4.

The Blessed Family

8

5.

What’s in a Name?

10

6.

The Master’s Blessings

11

7.

Academic Brilliance

12

8.

Silence Speaks

14

9.

A Bitter Lesson

15

10.

Well Chosen!

17

11.

Snake-scare!

18

12.

What Would You Like to Be?

19

13.

Wee Wisdom!

21

14.

The Compassionate One

22

15.

The Right Attitude

23

16.

What a Predicament!

24

17.

The Birthday Gift

26

18.

Precious Memories

28

19.

The Boy Scout

30

20.

An Amazing Memory

31

21.

The World is a Stage

32

22.

The Mask of Fear

33

23.

Dada Gambles!

34

24.

The Tie Untied!

36

25.

One Good Deed a Day

37

26.

Childhood Training

38

27.

Let Go, Let God!

39

28.

Practice Makes Perfect

40

29.

The Young Orator

42

30.

The Forgotten Errand

44

31.

The Raging Storm

46

32.

Soul Picnics

47

33.

The Cap of Faith

48

34.

His Names are Many

50

35.

The College Student

51

36.

The Divine Boatman

53

37.

Voracious Readers

55

38.

The Unknown Baba

56

39.

God Alone!

58

40.

Encounter with a Fakir

59

41.

Tied Down?

61

42.

Company Counts

62

43.

Venture Into The Unknown

63

44.

Genius at Work

65

45.

The Mystical Encounter

66

46.

The Young Ascetic

69

47.

The Lure of the Library

70

48.

More To Read

71

49.

Blurred Vision

73

50.

An Interlude with Law

75

51.

Maker of His Own Destiny

77

52.

A Competitor Becomes a Friend

78

53.

Votary of Truth

80

54.

The Road Less Travelled

81

55.

A letter to be Preserved

83

56.

A Doctorate Donated

86

57.

One Vision in All

88

58.

Good Nigh t, Sleep Tight!

89

59.

The All-in-One Editor

90

60.

What It is to Be Hungry

92

61.

Testing Time

94

62.

The Insatiable Quest

96

63.

Thy Will be Done!

98

64.

A Confession

100

65.

I Would Rather Go to the Police Station!

102

66.

“She was my upaguru .... “

103

67.

The Most Suitable

105

68.

O, So Simple!

106

69.

Amongst His Students

108

70.

A Principal with a Difference

110

71.

Dada’s Many Facets

112

72.

Sympathy is the Best ‘Pathy’

114

73.

Labourer in the Master’s Vineyard

115

74.

Tell Me Where God is Not

116

75.

The Teacher’s Teacher

117

76.

A Saint Gives-A Saint Takes Away!

118

77.

Dost He Not Dwell in the Stone?

120

78.

One There is Who Sees!

121

79.

A True Disciple

122

80.

Master, We Need You!

124

81.

Unquestioning Acceptance

126

82.

Be By Me!

127

83.

A Magnetic Personality

130

84.

Anjali

131

85.

All Life is Sacred

132

86.

The Touch of Love

133

87.

Anything Worth Doing is Worth Doing Well

134

88.

Anna Daata

135

89.

At the Ruby Hall Nursing Home

137

90.

The Pilgrim Moves On

139

91.

Give the Devil His Due

140

92.

Greet the God Within

141

93.

A Servant of All

142

94.

Surprises Up His Sleeve!

143

95.

The Day Dada Wept!

144

96.

The Dutiful Son

145

97.

How Thoughtful!

147

98.

No Price is Too High

148

99.

When Will the Poor Come to Their Own?

150

100.

. Our True Homeland

152

101.

First Overseas Yatra

153

102.

The Hand of Providence

154

103.

At the World Hindu Conference, Colombo

155

104.

With the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka

156

105.

Unforgettable!

157

106.

Hanuman Darshan

158

107.

The God-Sent Kite

159

108.

Our Saviour Has Come!

160

109.

All For a Cat!

161

110.

With a Chinese Saint

162

111.

Dada Accepts a Cigarette

163

112.

An Evening with the Monkeys

164

113.

Among Indonesians

165

114.

New Horizons

166

115.

What is Your Ambition?

168

116.

Set Them Free!

169

117.

The Woman Represents Goddess Lakshmi

170

118.

Selfless Love

171

119.

The Bank with a Difference

172

120.

Prani Mitra

173

121.

Great Railway Journeys

174

122.

Did You See Him on the Road?

176

123.

At Baroda

177

124.

Teaching Through Precept

178

125.

At the Taj Mahal

179

126.

Unity of All Religions

180

127

Visit to the Raj Bhavan

182

128.

The Son of Sind

183

129.

At the U.N.

184

130.

Dada in New York

185

131.

Tourist in Search Of. ..

187

132.

A Dream Come True!

188

133.

Dignity of Labour

189

134.

The Florist Fan

190

135.

Private Tuition

191

136.

Dada Accepts a Gift of Wine

192

137

Walks That Inspire

193

138.

The Gita in Daily Life

195

139.

A Special Dada Week

196

140.

The Tenth Hindu Conference, New York

197

141.

Hari Bol!

199

142.

At the House of Commons

200

143.

One in All

202

144.

The Healing Touch

203

145

25th NovemberA Day to Remember

205

146.

A Brisk Walker

207

147.

Roshan Deepavali!

208

148.

A Vow Fulfilled

209

149.

Never Late!

21 1

150.

“Am I Not Your Brother?”

212

151.

Happy Birthday!

213

152.

At the Global Peace Conference

215

153.

The Chosen Path

217

154.

It’s So Wonderful!

218

155.

Humility Personified

224

156.

How Can I Believe in God?

226

157.

In the Midst of Prisoners

227

158.

Burden Bearer

229

159.

Do Thou Plan for Me!

230

160.

At the Rotary Conference

231

161.

In the Land of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

232

162.

India’s Treasure

234

163.

At World Vision 2000

236

164.

At the Parliament of World Religions

238

165.

Homes for the Homeless

240

166.

See No Evil

242

167.

The Great Giver

243

168.

Therapy of Thanksgiving

244

169.

Change the World with Love!

245

170.

My One Desire

246

171.

The Warmth of Love

247

172.

A Lump of Clay?

248

173.

British M.P. Welcomes Dada

249

174.

A Glorious Vision of the Twenty-First Century

250

175.

Louder Than Words

252

176.

The Tiny Pencil

253

177.

Dada Offers Namaz!

254

178.

Here is My Temple!

255

179.

Miami Honours Dada

257

180.

Georgia “Adopts” Dada

259

181.

You Are Not Alone!

260

182.

It is We Who Have Failed Religion!

262

183.

The Mission with A Vision

264

184.

Plenty of Time?

267

185.

A Gifted Writer

268

186.

At the World Philosophers’ Meet

269

187.

An Echo of the Divine

271

188.

A Disci pie of All

273

189.

Harmony Man, 1997

274

190.

Dada Greets the U.N. Secretary General

276

191.

At the Smithsonian Institute

277

192.

Dada at the Vatican

279

193.

Our Gates are Always Open for You!

280

194.

An Unexpected Admirer

281

195.

Laughter, The Best Medicine

282

196.

A Rose By Any Other Name ...

284

197.

With the Little Ones

285

198.

Never Be Idle!

286

199.

Your Religion is Like Your Mother!

287

200.

And Our Hearts Ached ... !

289

201.

At the Washington Medical Centre

291

202.

The Angiography

294

203.

“I Have Been Sky-Passed!”

296

204.

U Thant Peace Award

299

205.

Back Home!

301

206.

The Woman-Soul

303

207.

EQ, MQ and SQ!

304

208.

The Smile-Millionaire!

307

209.

The True Doctor

311

210.

Dada Addresses the I CC

312

211.

He Was A Bridge-Builder!

313

212.

“Who is Your Favourite Disciple?”

315

213.

First Thanksgiving Anniversary

317

214.

Are You Married?

318

215.

And Friendship Bloomed Again!

319

216.

A Mantra for the Modern Man

320

217.

“There Will be a Beautiful Temple Here!”

322

218.

Seven Notes On The Musical Scale of Peace

323

219.

“Every Day is Mother’s Day!”

325

220.

Reporters will be Reporters!

327

221.

“He Reminds Me of an Aryan Sage!”

329

222.

The Satsang Relocates

331

223.

Physician, Heal Thyself

333

224.

Good Health for All

335

225.

Come Unto Me!

337

226.

A Hawaiian Retreat

338

227.

Is Disaster About to Strike?

340

228.

The Religion of Self-Remembrance

341

229.

“You are always with us, Dada!”

343

230.

“Lord, Bless This Meal!”

345

231.

What Is Wrong With Us?

346

232.

At the Hindu Monastery of Ghana

347

233.

“How Could You Do This?”

349

234.

What Kind of a Guru is He?

350

235.

India-a Land of Overpopulation and Poverty?

352

236.

Wanted-A Peace Brigade

354

237.

At the Millennium World Peace Summit

356

238.

“Sarua Bhavantu Sukhinaha ... “

359

239.

Dada at The Town Hall, New York

362

240.

Child of My Tears!

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