To promote the spirit of unity in the face of diversity through service to the community irrespective of race or religion
The Vice-President of the Pure Life Society, YBhg Datin Poonam Kukreja, receiving the Global Humanitarian Award 2020 - Excellence in Charity – Outstanding Big Hearts Award from World Humanitarian Drive in UK, on behalf of the Pure Life Society on 13th September 2022.
The award ceremony and discussions with over 40 countries took place between the 13th to 15th September 2022 in London.
The Pure Life Society was represented by our Vice-President, YBhg Datin Poonam Kukreja and Mrs Parvathy Raman @ Mrs Ananthan, Chairperson of the Home & Welfare Sub-committee.
more info here related to the award ceremony
Malaysians Awarded Global Humantarian Award
Appreciation note from WHD secretary Malaysia
UTTIYA BARUA Indian classical performed at PLS. Traditional dances are divinely.
About UTTIYA BARUA.
• 1st Class in B.A(Dance) from Rabindra Bharati University
• A senior disciple of Natyacharya Padmabhusan Sri V.P.Dhananjayan & Smt.
• Work with Bimbavati Devi (Manipuri Nartanalaya, Kolkata) in her production
• Has been teaching for last 5yrs in Kalpakkal Dance School, Kalpakkam
The Mind of Man is too limited
Language is too limited
To describe that Great Effulgence.
If you will only allow THAT to flood your life
You will be an embodiment of peace
The peace that passeth all understanding
You can allow it if only you chisel your Being
By accepting all that crosses your path
With a spirit of equal acceptance
Whether it be joyous or sorrowful
Good or evil, praise or blame
Open your heart and mind In absolute love
BULLETIN Jan-Jun 22 Read the full issue here
If parents play their role well the children's role will fall into place. For example, if the father doesn't love and respect his wife, nothing can work well among the children. If marriage doesn't work out well we can't expect much from their offspring.
It is just like the boss and his secretary, if they can-not work together the whole administration can crumble. So the secretary has to be well chosen and the boss will have to show himself to be an ideal leader, and who the secretary will respect as well.
DHARMA 54.4 Read the full issue here
An evening with distinguished speakers sharing
on how to improve our immune system.
𝟮𝟬𝘁𝗵 𝗡𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟭
7:00 - 9:00 PM
“𝙋𝙍𝙀𝙑𝙀𝙉𝙏𝙄𝙊𝙉 𝙄𝙎 𝘽𝙀𝙏𝙏𝙀𝙍 𝙏𝙃𝘼𝙉 𝘾𝙐𝙍𝙀”
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For details, contact 016-213 6307 (Sharon)
Build your immunity: Read the full issue here
Would you agree that women are gradually get-ting to rule the world of today?
You see them steadily coming up as heads of governments, corporations, politics, ministries, departments and so on. But, she has always been the uncrowned queen of the home since days of yore. But there is one thing that woman has to guard herself from, when she is at the top; one, the ego should never be allowed to rear its ugly head and two, she has to preserve her self-respect at all times.
DHARMA 54.1 Read the full issue here
The World Humanitarian Drive, UK, will be having a chat with our Mother Mangalam on Friday, 3rd September 2021, at 9pm.
You can view it on Facebook. Please go to the facebook page of World Humanitarian Drive and click on live show. Details are on the flyer
Fr.Sebastian Painadathis a Jesuit Priest based in Kaladyin the district of Kerala, India. He is a theologian and author who has taught widely. His contemporary focus is on interreligious dialogue that stems from a tradition of integrative spirituality that assumes a spiritual unity of all people, regardless of ethnic background. Fr. Painandathis also a familiar face with many locals who are oriented towards spirituality and meditation. His frequent presence in Malaysia before the pandemic is a testimony to his endearing teaching.
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It is your right to speak your mind,but speak the truth.
It is your right to live the life you want,but be responsible
You are born free,use your freedom wisely
It is your right to give away your possessions,but only to those who deserve
It is your right to sleep if you want,but only to recharge your worn-out batteries
It is your right to be as you want,but remember, you’re not alone.
It is your right to eat what you want,but take care of your health.
BULLETIN Jan-Jun 21 Read the full issue here
Any ordinary man in the street will realize that we have lagged behind in what we term as progress in spite of the many magnificent structures that we see.
Let’s analyze the word materialism. What is material-ism? Is it wealth? Is it riches? Is it abundance? If a nation is blessed with oil reserves can it be called materialism? If one strikes a windfall, can that sudden stroke of luck bring about materialism? Can the abundance that we see around us be called materialism? When a businessman becomes rich through hard work and diligence, is that materialism?
DHARMA 53.4 Read the full issue here
Let's take a peek at what the future holds for unity, integrity and harmony in a world influenced by a multitude of situations from a pandemic of global proportions and the mental capacity of man to manage his peace for a better world.
14th SWAMI SATYANANDA MEMORIAL LECTURE 2021
Management of the mind is related to the brain and the spinal cord. The brain and the spinal cord and all other nerves stimulated by various glands, though not visible to our naked eye, has a lot to do in moulding our lives. Mental management involves the manage-ment of the head and the heart. The head is the seat of intelligence or reasoning power and the heart is the seat of emotions or feeling...DHARMA VOL 53.3 HERE
The Pure Life Society was awarded the medal pictured below in recognition of the efforts taken in distrib-uting food for over 12,000 people during the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, over a period of 9 days. Thereafter, essential provisions were distributed to deserving families and individuals numbering 100,000 people in Peninsula Malaysia. During the course of distributing, we found many street people lying on the roads, starving for almost three days.
The World Humanitarian Award (WHD) was received on the 28th of June, 2020.
BULLETIN JUL-DEC 20 HERE
One may be forgiven for thinking this year’s Deepavali celebration is dampened by the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing economic downturn.
However, Mother A. Mangalam, who has devoted the better part of her life to humanitarian causes, including raising orphans and homeless children, does not see it this way.
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Humanitarian icon Mother A. Mangalam shares her thoughts on true meaning of Deepavali, especially in these trying times
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