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‘Spirituality leads to mental peace’

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Committed lot: Rajayogini Rathan Mohini Das addressing a function in Kadapa on Friday.

KADAPA: People should share love and peace with fellow beings and attain a divine outlook without yearning for material concerns, Joint Chief Administrator of Prajapitha Brahmakumari Ishwariya Viswavidyalayam at Mount Abu, Rajayogini Rathan Mohini Das, said on Friday.

Celebration

Speaking at the silver jubilee celebrations of the spiritual organisation’s centre in Kadapa, she said people should wipe out jealousy and envy from their minds and pray for the well-being of others and realise that happiness lie in attaining self-contentment, but not in acquiring wealth. One could not afford to take rest if peace did not prevail, he remarked. “The time will never wait for us and hence we should commit good deeds as soon as we think of them”, she said.

Many are surrounded by hostility in the selfish world; the Rajayogini stated and added that they could attain mental peace by imbuing divine and spiritual thoughts. Those taking the divine path could get closer to god and get the blessings of the Almighty, she said and called upon people to give up evil thoughts and liberate themselves from the worldly maladies.

Rajayogini Rathan Mohini Das initiated three young women into Brahmakumaris. The organisation’s Andhra and Karnataka sub-zonal in-charge Rajayogini Padma Behan, Hubli sub-zonal in-charge Rajarishi Basavaraju, Kadapa district coordinator Rajayoginis Sr. Geetha, Sr. Leela, District Peace Corps secretary Rajarathnam Isaac, member Pt. Naganjaneya Sarma and several hundreds of Brahmakumaris participated.

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