Let Thou Be a Divine Miracle in Our World
In the Nature’s cycles of change, the two-month period of March and April marks an almost imperceptible transition from an exuberant, multihued bursting forth of vibrant-fragrant life into the advent of a long scorching summer. This law of change, ups - and -downs, also operates in the cycles of human life. But human beings have been gifted with divine capacity to consciously uplift themselves into a state of everlasting spring of life, love, light and joy – individually as well as collectively. Such collective transformations and revolutions have been occurring in human history when myriads of human souls have unreservedly responded to the wake-up calls of Avatars, saviors and saints like Ram, Krishna, Buddha, Jesus Christ, Adi Shankar, Nanak, Kabir, Samarth Ramadas, Ramakrishna Paramhansa, etc. Our own Gurudev Pandit Sriram Sharma, Acharya, has been the latest in this ever- lengthening line of divine manifestations. We, the Gayatri parijans are the torchbearers and implementers of his vision and message of Hope, Faith. Love and Unity for all mankind.
Gayatri Pariwar has resolved on the occasion of the just celebrated Basant Parva (Feb 02, 2006) to concentratedly work towards the implementation of well-defined goals over the six-year period (from 2006 to 2012); and then celebrate the successful completion of the set targets during Gurudev’s centenary year – 2011- 2012. We, the Gayatri Pariwar parijans, have been bequeathed by him the legacy to lay a firm foundation for making manifest his divine vision. Thus we pledge and propose to accomplish over the next six years. This is an extremely crucial transitional period for humanity. It has been termed as the Hour of God by the seers. We the Gayatri parijans have our own humble contribution to make for actualization of the Spirit’s Design for humanity and Mother Earth, as consecrated and conscious instruments of Its workings.
Like the steps of Vaman Avatar, Gurudev’s life span has three prominent landmarks: (i) his birth in 1911, (ii) his spiritual initiation on Basant Parva of 1926 by his divine Teacher; and (iii) the founding of Gayatri Pariwar on Basant Parva of 1940 with the start of its mouthpiece – Hindi Akhand Jyoti, which has been the messenger of his vision during the past 66 years and is also now being published in Gujarati, Oriya, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu and English.
During this six-year period, Gayatri Teerth, Shantikunj, Haridwar has resolved to execute a three-point program: (i) To publish 80 volumes of Gurudev’s works dealing with Gayatri Sadhana and social transformation in major regional languages of India; (ii) To further energize and activate Shaktipeethas and Pragya Sansthans spread all over India and in many countries abroad so that they become vibrant centers for intensive and extensive spread of the Mission’s aims and objects amongst the masses at grassroots level; and (iii) to bring out non-sectarian text books of universal appeal on moral, ethical and spiritual topics, which could be welcomed and adopted as part of the formal educational process for inculcation of basic human values in budding minds. Similarly Gayatri Teerth’s Dev Sanskriti Vishwa Vidyalaya (DSVV) proposes (i) to start its extension centers in India from April 2007; (ii) take up applied research in the fields of alternative therapies (including yoga, naturopathy and herbal medication) and (iii) to develop modern management methods based on time-tested value system of Dev Sanskriti which could be a model of value-based management for the whole world.
Let us have full faith in our Gurusatta and firmly believe that we can make all the difference in this world; that our presence here at this crucial juncture is a divine necessity – perfect and purposeful. Let the Silent, Invisible Spirit within be our Guide so that through us a Divine Miracle is brought. Let us whole-heartedly pray with the seers of yore: Lead us from the Falsehood to Truth; from Darkness to Light; and from Death to Immortality.
Ever Prayerfully and Lovingly
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