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Balaks form a human train and escort Swamishri to the mandir murtis

Young balaks dance joyously

The drama peformed on Bal-Balika Din


Friday, July 16, 2004

    To return the love and care Swamishri gives to children, they expressed their affection for him on Bal-Balika Din. Dozens of balaks displayed their talent and conveyed messages through programs that would benefit all children

    Balaks showed their love for Swamishri from the early morning as he made his way for morning darshan, by forming a human train and escorting him to the mandir murtis. Thereafter, Swamishri proceeded to his morning puja during which young balaks sang kirtans and played musical instruments.

    During the evening assembly, balaks presented a drama that symbolized the search for true happiness. They explained that true happiness does not lie in mere worldly pleasures, but in spirituality, and they also invited all balaks to be a part of BAPS children's activities.

    Finally, Swamishri blessed the assembly stating that all worldly pleasure is accompanied by misery. However, one who takes the refuge of God and His Saint, and follows the tenets laid down by scriptures, will ultimately attain happiness.




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