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The Sai Devotees of South Australlia – along with SSE Children – will participate in National Tree Planting Day at Maynard Avenue, Campbelltown on Sunday 31 July commencing 9AM. 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.
The Sai Devotees of NSW undertakes a humble offering of love to Sathya Sai and to Society with a range of service activities in celebration of Guru Poornima, the festival of the Guru. The service activities include tree planting, Children’s Day at the House of Welcome, a food drive and a number of nursing home visits.
As in the previous two days, the third and final day of the Sathya Sai World Youth Festival began at the break of dawn with light morning physical activities in the Hillview Stadium to keep the body in tune with soaring spirits. Later in the morning, the programme in Sai Kulwant Hall commenced with an uplifting talk by Mr. Brijesh Bamalwa, a Sathya Sai Youth from India. He touched the hearts of the youth that had gathered from around the world with magical stories of Sathya Sai Baba and encouraged them to embark on the path of transforming love into service.
The second day of the Sathya Sai World Youth Festival began at the break of dawn with the ‘Mornings at Hillview’ session. The young delegates took part in invigorating physical training activities at the Hillview Stadium, including yoga, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, volleyball, basketball, football and a hike to the Hanuman statue at the summit of the hill that overlooks the stadium.
Celebrating the joy of Youth, proclaiming “Love Is The Source … Love Is The Path … Love Is The Goal”, over 3200 Sai Youth from over 68 countries gathered at the spacious Sai Kulwant Hall marking the commencement of the first ever Sathya Sai World Youth Festival – 2016 on 12 July, in Prasanthi Nilayam. The theme for the 3-day festival is Love Is The Source … Love Is The Path … Love Is The Goal.
Before the commencement of the Sathya Sai World Youth Festival, this evening 200 Sathya Sai Youth from 49 countries graduated from the Sathya Sai International Youth Leadership Programme (SSIYLP), which took place between 8th and 11th July 2016 at the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning (SSSIHL). Certificates were handed out in Sai Kulwant Hall to the delegates by the organisation leaders.