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Liquid Love 2021 – Blood Donation Drive

Liquid Love! Thoughtful and Selfless.  A service opportunity that is triggered by pure love! 
Your donation can save three lives!

Universal Spirituality Program focused on Human Values – April 2021

Sathya Sai Centre of Hurstville invites all interested in participating in a program that explores the spiritual value and application of the key values that are enshrined in all the faiths; Love, Peace, Truth, Righteousness and Non-violence.

They meet every 1st Thursday of the month at Hurstville South Public School Hall, Cnr King Georges Rd., & Maher St., Hurstville. NSW. The next meeting takes place from 7.45 pm until 9.10 pm, Thursday, 1 April 2021.

Graffiti Removal Day

Graffiti vandalism is an eye-sore in many areas degrading the visual aspects of our environment and having significant costs to society in remedying its presence. Graffiti can be seen everywhere – in shopping centre facilities, on the walls and doors of commercial businesses, factories and healthcare organisation. This is common in most cities, damaging the appearance of buildings and draining commercial resources. NSW, where graffiti costs the Government and residents more than $300 million every year, has tackled the problem with an annual community action day.

Sai Parenting Panel Webinar: ‘Pragmatism versus Idealism’

The National Education Wing of SSSIO Australia is excited to launch its first parenting webinar for the 2021 SAI parenting series. This is available for anyone who would like some practical and constructive ideas on parenting the children of the Divine who have come to teach us as much as for us to teach them.  The 2021 parenting series is a continuation of the parenting webinars launched in 2020 but have been designed with a new interactive webinar format aimed at providing greater engagement for parents and interested people.

Christmas Online Program

Christmas is a joyous occasion of the year symbolising God’s care for humanity, love, hope and a coming together for many. This year, following the major health crisis and its consequential devastating impacts, its symbolism is perhaps more potent than ever.

The Lion’s Roar — Podcasts covering the Teachings of Sathya Sai Baba

The Sai Young Adults Team of Australia have been instrumental in putting together a series of podcasts based on a number of seminal discourses delivered by Sathya Sai Baba in 1990. The first series of podcasts covered Sai’s explanations of the body and our identification with it, primarily from a spiritual perspective. The second series of podcast, now available, covers the role and workings of the mind and the senses, critical aspects of our humanity and determinants in our success in the spiritual quest.

Sathya Sai College — Bush Regeneration

On Sunday, 29 November 2020, members from the Gold Coast Tweed Region of the SSIO along with representatives of the Sathya Sai College, worked together as part of a bush regeneration project at the Sathya Sai College, Secondary Campus in Dungay, NSW. The team dug over 100 holes in preparation for students to plant a selection of native Australian trees during their school activities as part of the bush regeneration.

Global Akhanda Bhajan: Worldwide 24 Hours of Continuous Devotional Singing

One of the spiritual programs leading to the celebration of the anniversary of the birth of Sathya Sai Baba, is an annual event of 24 hours of continuous singing of devotional songs conducted worldwide by units of the SSIO. This year, due to COVID 19 concerns, the program will be conducted online via the internet. An international program has allocated time for Australia’s participation and a national program has also been planned.

Avatar Declaration Day

The 20 October is a special day celebrated by the SSIO. It marks the anniversary of the date in 1940 that its founder and guide, Sathya Sai Baba, declared Himself and took up His work of re-invigorating faith and love for God and guiding the transformation the individual and society through the practice of universal human values at a deep spiritual level and selfless service to those in need and the community in general.

Sai Health Week – RU OK

In conjunction with other material being provided by the Sai Medical Unit covering Sai Health Week, a webinar dedicated to R U OK Day has been produced. R U OK Day is an annual day set aside to remind us to look out for our fellows who may be suffering from various mental health related issues, such as anxiety or depression. The day is one that seeks to make us aware of an on-going need to be proactive in this care for those around us.

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