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Barred from South Africa during apartheid for taking a stand against racism, International Ambassador of Peace and speaker Prem Rawat has returned to the country carrying his message of peace during his 16 days of activism tour. Along with his message of peace, Rawat talks the Business of Life and emphasizes that it is the most important thing. “When life is not right nothing else falls into place. When you don’t feel alive, everything else just seems so static”, he says. Asked about the importance of living a balanced life; Rawat says “Life will be balanced if those forces that throw it out of balance are removed. Life wants balance – there is a want for joy, there is a want for happiness. There is no limit on how happy we can be but for sadness, fear, pain, anger we definitely have low tolerance and that right there tells us something”
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There are 53 million people living in South Africa, the only country in the world that borders both the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. On December 8th, 11 million of these people had a rare opportunity to listen to a live interview with Prem Rawat on South Africa’s oldest radio station, SAfm. The interviewer, long time-radio host, Rowena Baird, began the show with a bold declaration. “International Peace Ambassador, Mr. Prem Rawat”, she explained, “was going to share some tips on how to eliminate violence through reconciliation, hope, and forgiveness.” Bold, indeed, and timely, too. Returning to a country that had blacklisted him for refusing to abide by Apartheid principles at his Johannesburg public event in 1972, Prem was now being given a country-wide platform to share his message of peace. Which is precisely what he did for 13 power-packed minutes. Responding to Ms. Baird’s questions with his own unique brand of straight talk, storytelling, and humor, Prem laid it all on the line – especially in response to the last question – about his specific message for South Africans. “You have the power,” he exclaimed. “All you need is that determination. Don’t look at other people. Look at yourself. From the strength of you – you can change a nation.” Written by Mitch Ditkoff
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