Ladies’ Day is an annual global celebration of the Sathya Sai International Organisation. It was inaugurated by Sathya Sai Baba in 1995 to recognise and honour women’s role in creation. It is a day in which women are honoured and remembered with gratitude for their pre-eminent role in the family and society as instruments of love, compassion, forbearance, righteousness, and selfless sacrifice. Women in their nurturing and examples have the power to change the world. Celebrations will be held by the different regions in Australia and all are welcome to attend.
The coordinator from the Bundaberg Sai Group put together a wonderful and diverse program that kept us very busy for the 3 days, with lots of laughter, deep introspection and fun activities.
NSW Region East Ladies Program will conduct a Physical and Mental Wellbeing Workshop for Sai Ladies on Saturday 15 August at the Belmore Youth and Resource Centre. The theme of the workshop is Healthy Mother – Healthy Family.