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This message transforms people’s lives, an ointment that relieves the pain and suffering caused by misunderstanding of life.
Prem’s four international birthday celebrations for the year was kicked off in September at Ivory’s Rock Conference Center near Brisbane, Australia (Amaroo). Over 4000 guests from all over the world attended this 5-day convention.
Here’s Prem’s 2nd address on Day 3.
There was a question that was brought to my attention today, and some young people—rare, but might be here—were.... Youth is a precious commodity. So, the question was, “How can we help with taking this message out?”
And as you saw, that today, with the app, with the radio, with all these elements that are being utilized—television, books—we actually have a whole new arsenal to use to reach people. But first of all, there has to be a sense of clarity…of what are you trying to achieve?
So, what you’re really trying to achieve is, connect people with this message. I am trying to create various platforms for people to be able to connect with this message—the platforms that go completely outside that realm that we have operated under. Because whatever that platform was has served us well, but…and did not reach the amount of people we could have reached. It never realized any real potential.
The main objective is that, “Here is a message that transforms people’s lives.” It is a soothing balm for those who are tired. It is the ointment that relieves the pain and suffering caused by misunderstanding of life. It clarifies; it renews. And in the most awkward circumstances…in circumstances that you would think there would be no hope, it brings hope.
How powerful is that? How beautiful is that? And that’s what we want to put people in touch with! And that’s amazing! I mean, that, right there—just that! That’s the healing! This is paving the way for the heart to rule.
Because it isn’t a question of every person. It is just enough weight, so it can carry its momentum, and things will begin to transform. That’s how it always happens. A war doesn’t happen because everybody wants to fight. No, no, no. Most people don’t. Enough do—and those “enough” carry it forward.
- Prem Rawat