Victoria Event

On September 30th an Appreciation Luncheon was held on the campus of the University of Victoria in Canada. Here in the capital of British Columbia we celebrated decades of support at a gathering hosted by the Pillay family who lives here. Sadasivanathaswami called each family forward and shared a few stories and examples of their Sivathondu. There were testimonials and tears and lots of love in the room. Each one present felt they were undeserving, that it was just part of their life to do these things. But then that is how the generous of heart always feel. Paramacharya made it clear that though we were honoring a few, there were far more around the world that deserved to be in the room. He mentioned that we are all fulfilling Gurudeva's visions and projects under Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami's amazing oversight.

As Gurudeva loved to say, "Just a little bit of kindness is so easy to express. Just a little bit of kindness heals the mind. And in this day and age, when so many are frustrated, troubled and need a little bit of help, appreciation and encouragement, your kindness can help. The kindness that you express in what you do is healing unto you, too. So, see yourself as a being that always expresses kindness."


5 Responses to “Victoria Event”

  1. Veena says:

    Beautiful pictures of a beautiful SSC family gathering.

  2. vinaya alahan says:

    Aum. A lovely reminder that we are all doing Siva’s will and that kindness is key to our own unfoldment & lasting satisfaction. It is gratifying to see all those humble & glowing faces and feel I can be a small part of this wonderful group of devotees.
    Aum Namah Sivaya!

  3. Easan says:

    These great souls have done so much for so many years ! Wonderful to see your selfless giving appreciated !

  4. Rajendra Giri says:

    Thanks,

    Aum Namah Shivay!

  5. Namrata Ragade says:

    Such a lovely gathering of Siva Bhaktars, we are inspired by their Sivathondu!

    Thank you for sharing

    Aum

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