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Sahaj Sandesh No: 2007.25 – Sunday, July 08, 2007
Dear Sister / Brother:
Rev. Master at Manapakkam
22nd June '2007 – Friday: Rev. Master arrived in the afternoon from Tiruppur via Coimbatore. He is coming back to Chennai after almost 2 months. There were close to 300 abhyasis waiting for Him eagerly in the airport. Rev. Master appeared to be in a very cheerful mood at the airport. After spending some time with the waiting abhyasis, He drove straight to Gayathri from the airport.
27th June '2007 – Wednesday: Inauguration of the Cambridge (IGCSE) Stream for Classes VI to IX was done by Rev. Master on this day at the Lalaji Memorial Omega International School (LMOIS). Rev. Master gave a speech befitting the occasion tracing back to His school days at Jabalpur where He studied under the Cambridge Stream. He emphasised the need for Love in the educational system where the cane is to be replaced by the Teacher's Love for the School Children. He reminded all those present that "Force shall not work, only Love will".
1st July '2007 – Sunday: The 5th batch of the Youth training program concluded on the 30th of June and Rev. Master gave participation certificates to the Youth Trainees after the morning Satsangh.
7th July '2007 – Saturday: The 2nd Annual Day celebrations of the Lalaji Memorial Omega International School was celebrated in the Manapakkam Ashram premises between 5 & 7 pm with Rev. Master as the Chief Guest. Including the children and their parents there were close to 2,000 participants in the grand and gala program. There were a couple of invocation songs by the children which were followed by speeches by the School authorities tracing the school's achievements in a short span of time. Rev. Master gave a speech on this occasion and mentioned how fast the school has been growing. He complimented the efforts of the School Management & Staff and requested them to continue with the good work. After His speech, Rev. Master distributed prizes for general proficiency to the Children. This was followed by a wonderful cultural program by the school’s students which lasted for an hour.
Some photographs taken during this period can be seen at: