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Peace

There is something you can do to help create peace
in the world, and that is to make yourself peaceful

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Love

Even though I may not see the results immediately,
love always works

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Wisdom

To be wise means to respond to situations with
understanding, care and compassion

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Happiness

is when I use every moment well

What’s New?

Indian Triathlete Pragnya Mohan in Third Nehru Centre Conversation in August

Indian Triathlete Pragnya Mohan will be our special guest speaker for our third online conversation at The Nehru Centre on Thursday 18th August at 6.30pm. Pragnya has been in the UK to participate in the 2022 Commonwealth Games and will join bestselling author and Nehru Centre Director Amish Tripathi and Sister Jayanti in a conversation about Ancient Future - Rising Humanity. The series marks the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence and the 50th anniversary of the Brahma Kumaris in the UK. and the event will be live streamed from the Nehru Centre. Translation is also offered in some languages.

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21 Days to Make a Difference - Your Relationship with Your Mind

A chance to help you make and keep a kind promise to yourself. This initiative was launched for UN International Day of Yoga but you can still start or continue with it here

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21 Days to Make a Difference - Your Relationship with Your Mind

Congratulations and thanks to all who joined us on this wonderful journey of 21 Days to Make a Difference. We hope these daily reflections helped you feel lighter, happier, more focused, more empowered and in charge of your thoughts and feelings. We hope you will continue reflecting daily. The reflections will stay on the website and you can tap into them as and when you like. And, if you joined us a little late, you can start this 21 day journey from the beginning, in your own time.

We’d love to hear your feedback: gchenquiries@uk.brahmakumaris.org.

Enjoy your continued journey.  

Celebrating the Link of Love - Raksha Bandhan

August is the month when we celebrate the beautiful festival of Rakha Bandhan - or 'Rakhi' as it's often called. Raksha Bandhan actually means 'the Bond of Protection'. It is a beautiful, silent ceremony in which we are reminded of the inner purity and protection that we experience through a loving connection with the Divine.

Rakhi celebrations will be taking place in many locations around the UK. Find out where you can join near you on our Events page (see Events menu above).

To find out more about the festival and experience a short meditation on the theme of Raksha Bandhan,

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Anita Rani in Nehru Centre conversation on Feminine Power, Powerful Change

BBC Countryfile presenter Anita Rani joined bestselling author and Nehru Centre Director Amish Tripati and Sister Jayanti on Friday July 29th for a lively and rich conversation on the topic 'Feminine Power, Powerful Change'. Broadcast journalist Philippa Blackham facilitated the discussion, which was live streamed from the Nehru Centre. Click here to watch the event again.

The Nehru Centre acts as the cultural wing of The High Commission of India in the UK and this will be the second in a series of three online events organised by the Brahma Kumaris in collaboration with the Nehru Centre, to mark the 75th anniversary of Indian Independence and the 50th anniversary of the Brahma Kumaris in the UK.

Indian triathlete Pragnya Mohan will be the special guest speaker for the last in this series of conversations at the Nehru Centre with Amish Tripathi and Sister Jayanti on the topic 'Ancient Futures - Rising Humanity' on Thursday 18th August, 6.30-8pm. More details to follow shortly.

 

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To Be Enthusiastic Is To Be Free

A caged bird has the ability to fly, but is unable to spread its wings and soar. I need to remind myself that being enthusiastic in all situations is like being a free bird reaching great heights. When I experience this inner freedom and appreciate the joy it brings, I will be able to sustain it even when things go wrong.

To be enthusiastic is to be free.

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