Self-worth doesn’t come from what you do. It comes from the quality and virtue you bring to each act.



You need courage to be true to yourself. Go inside yourself and evoke your courage.



Speak the truth, but do so lovingly.



Go into an experience of stillness for one minute and the power of that will remain for the rest of the hour.



Keeping my own mind calm and clear is the easiest method to sort out messy situations.


Leeds Lights Up For Our Founder's Day

Civic buildings and others in Leeds switched their colours to pink on the evening of 18th January in observation of the Brahma Kumaris’ Founder's Day. On that day and throughout January, we have extra meditation and reflection in all our locations in memory of the passing of Brahma Baba in 1969.

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24 Goals in 2024

For seasoned goal-setters, as well as those new to meditation and personal development, a new initiative for 2024, offered by Inner Space Covent Garden. Starting in January, you will receive an email twice a month with a new theme, through the year.

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Peace Walk Through The Streets Of London

Over 2,000 people from various faith groups including many from the Brahma Kumaris, took part in a powerfully silent walk for peace through the streets of London on 21st January. 'Peace Is Every Step' was a call for peace in the light of the 30 ongoing conflicts around the world, particularly in Palestine and Israel, and transcended religious and cultural boundaries. It was facilitated by Plum Village UK and Quakers in Britain. Sister Maureen was one of the faith leaders who spoke at Trafalgar Square. leading the crowd in a meditation for peace.

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Point Of View

When someone disbelieves us, we usually argue back and try to prove our point. Yet we find that the more we talk, the less people listen. Unable to convince them, we end up frustrated.

Instead, when someone challenges my words, I should think about whether they might be right. Rather than stubbornly clinging to my point of view, I could embrace this as an opportunity to learn. Even if I am correct in my thinking, if I become able to understand someone else’s point of view without getting angry or refusing to listen, I become tolerant.

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