martes, 20 de diciembre de 2016

About this Book

The Pot with the Hole
By Prem Rawat

The hole in the pot could be a flaw or perhaps it’s a strength, an opportunity.
The Pot with the Hole, leaks water, but the gardener has found a unique role that only it can fulfill.
A pot has the job of carrying water every day to a beautiful garden. But when the gardener falls, the pot cracks and starts to leak. Will the pot ever be useful again? Prem Rawat’s heart-warming story is brought to life wonderfully by Aya Shiroi, one of Japan’s premier illustrators. A wide range of ages will enjoy this book and be touched by its message.
Last year Bunya published Splitting the Arrow from the world renowned speaker Prem Rawat. Following on from the success of that book Bunya are proud to announce the The Pot with the Hole a full color illustrated version of the first story from Splitting the Arrow.
The artist from Splitting the Arrow, Aya Shiroi, returns and uses colored pencil drawings to illustrate this enchanting story.

sábado, 10 de diciembre de 2016

Cumpleaños de PREM RAWAT: Fiesta de Té en Cape Town

Cape Town, Sudáfrica


Sábado 10 Diciembre desde 15:00 
Cape Town, Sudáfrica 

Prem Rawat asistirá el día de su cumpleaños a una Fiesta de Té para personas con Conocimiento en Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), Cape Town, Sudáfrica, el sábado 10 de diciembre a las 13:00 GMT (15:00 hora local).
Todos aquellos que han recibido las Técnicas del Conocimiento son bienvenidos a asistir.
Concurre con tu smart card para presentación y verificación en el auditorio.
El evento se llevará a cabo en el CTICC, Ballroom East, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town y comenzará a las 13:00 GMT (15:00 hora local). Las puertas del lobby se abrirán a las 12:00 GMT (14:00 hora local).
Se asistirá a personas en silla de ruedas.
El evento será en idioma inglés.

jueves, 8 de diciembre de 2016

Prem Rawat

Hoy, hace 6 horas, SAfm Live Stream transmitió en vivo una entrevista con Prem Rawat. La foto corresponde al 2015 en Soweto. En ell telón de fondo vemos las torres de refrigeración pintadas como murales de Soweto.
Prem Rawat ,Embajador Internacional de la Paz comparte consejos sobre cómo eliminar la violencia a través de la reconciliación, la esperanza y el perdón. Durante más de cinco décadas, Prem ha estado involucrando al público con su mensaje de paz y actualmente está en el país para conmemorar 16 Días de Activismo.
TODAY, 6 hours ago, SAfm Live Stream, broadcasted an interview with Prem Rawat. The photo corresponds to 2015 in Soweto.
Pictured against the backdrop of the landmark muraled cooling towers of Soweto.
Prem Rawat (international peace ambassador) shares tips on how to eliminate violence through reconciliation, hope and forgiveness. For over five decades, Prem has been engaging audiences with his message of peace and he is currently in the country to commemorate 16 Days of Activism

Tomorrow, December 9th another event with Prem Rawat

jueves, 1 de diciembre de 2016

‘Divisions will only benefit the greedy’

Prem Rawat says divisions will only benefit the greedy few and not the majority of people who are drawn into it.

PETALING JAYA: People all over the world are being divided without understanding its consequences, said a global peace advocate.  
Prem Rawat said these divisions would only benefit the greedy few and not the majority of people who were drawn into it.  
“Nobody is going to benefit from it except the ones who get rich because of these divisions and dividing. 
"They are very selfish and have selfish interests,” he told The Star Online in an interview recently.  
He said that people were being divided across lines that were ridiculous - such as the colour of their skin, the language they spoke, the way they look and even the cars they drove.  
Prem, 59, who has addressed live audiences all over the world, said the problem of division did not exist naturally, giving the example of children.  
“Take a few of those kids from every community, culture; put them together and they will start playing with each other. So you wonder, isn’t this segregation along whatever lines a learned behaviour.  
“Innately it wasn’t there, so it has to be a learned behaviour. If it is a learned behaviour, then the good news is we can unlearn it,” he said.  
Prem first took the stage at the age of four in his native India where he spoke of the possibility of peace in human lives. Since then, he has travelled extensively worldwide to deliver his talks.  
He is currently in Malaysia to give several talks on peace.  
Prem said that alongside water, air and food, peace is a need for humans.  
“Without peace, we start to fall apart as a human being. And when we fall apart, it’s hard to contemplate what tomorrow may bring,” he said.  
When asked how one could get peace, he answered that it was within everyone, although it needed nurturing, giving the example of an abandoned field.  
“If it is left abandoned, with no thought given, and no effort made, weeds will grow. But if a little effort is made, then the good stuff will grow,” he said.