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Victoria Region East Tree Planting Service

treeplant16Victoria Region East will participate in National Tree Planting Day at two sites on Sunday, 31 July 2016, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm . National Tree Day aims to inspire, educate and recruit Australians to actively care for our unique land and create future generations of committed environmental custodians.


 

Site 1:

Site: Highbury Park Venue
Address: 400 Blackburn Road, Burwood East
Melway 61 K8
Date: Sunday, 31 July 2016,
Time: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Contact: Bala: 0422 646 644


Site 2:

Site: City of Whittlesea, National Tree Day 2016
Address: Falkiner Reserve, Falkiner Crescent, Dandenong North
Melway 90, G4
Date: Sunday, 31 July 2016
Time: 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Location: Meet at Epping North Conservation Reserve, Stonebridge Rise, Epping North
Contact: Khamseng, 0413 361 994

Please bring a hat, sunscreen, long sleeves, long pants, gardening gloves, sturdy boots, mattock (if you have one) and a water bottle.

Download a Flyer for this event

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Visit by Jagadeesan

jaga-perthAustralian members were privileged to enjoy the inspiration and wisdom of Jega and Lalita during an Australian visit which encompassed eight regions, involving visits to six cities. Beginning in Western Australia, Jega addressed members in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Gold Coast and Brisbane.

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God as Guru and Guide

sai-netraGuru Poornima is celebrated in the lunar month of Ashad (July) on the full moon day (Poornima) as a day dedicated to the Guru (spiritual teacher). However, Bhagawan Sathya Sai Baba formally revived this ancient tradition of honoring the Guru in 1956 as an important spiritual festival to be celebrated by all aspirants.

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Victoria Region East: Eid Celebrations

eidmuburakVictoria Region East, Springvale Centre, will will conduct an observance of the Muslim festival by name Eid-al-Fitr, the conclusion to the Islamic month of fasting called Ramadan, on Sunday, July 10.

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Victoria: National Tree Planting Day 2016

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Victoria Region West will participate in National Tree Planting Day at two sites on two occasions in July.

National Tree Day aims to inspire, educate and recruit Australians to actively care for our unique land and create future generations of committed environmental custodians.

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NSW Region West: Unity of Faith Pilgrimage

The Five Human Values

The Five Human Values



The Ladies Wing of NSW Region West will undertake a Unity of Faiths Pilgrimage to the different places of worship in the Western Suburbs of Sydney from 30 July to 22 October.

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Victoria: Guru Poornima Celebrations

gpvicThe Victoria Guru Poornima Celebrations are being organised Sai Youth of Victoria as a humble offering to our Lord, our Eternal Guru. We will also reflect on the journey of the Parthi 2016 Australian Sai Youth Pilgrimage commencing 2nd July culminating in the Sathya Sai World Youth Festival from 12th – 14th July hence the theme “From Parthi to Poornima”.

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Western Australia: Guru Poornima Celebrations

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On the evening of Tuesday 19 July, the WA Region lovingly welcome all to join one of the most auspicious events of the year, Guru Poornima! The event for our dearest Sathya Sai, will be marked by a performance offering by the Sai Youth of WA, devotional singing and preceded by a light meal (will be provided in a pack).

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Victoria Region Bulletin, July-August 2016

vic-headerVictoria Region East and West issue a monthly Unity Bulletin listing service events, celebrations, home devotional singing and a full listing of Sai Centres and Groups.

The July – August Issue of Victoria Unity Bulletin is now available for reading.

Download the Unity Bulletin July-August 2016


Guru Poornima Celebrations Prasanthi Nilayam

saibabaGuru Poornima is a day dedicated to honouring the guru. The Guru Principle is said to be a thousand times more active on the day of Guru poornima than on any other day. The word guru is derived from two words, gu and ru. The Sanskrit root gu means darkness or ignorance, and ru denotes the remover of that darkness. Therefore, a guru is one who removes the darkness of our ignorance. Guru Poornima will be observed in Prashanti Nilayam, along with the Sathya Sai World Youth Festival.

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