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Q&A with Aptraputra’s for period of 01/24-2/7 January 29, 2008

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Please post your questions in this section.  An Aaptaputra will respond bi-weekly.  You are free to post anonymously.  If you do wish to post anonymously, simply type Anonymous in the name box and type jssyouth@gmail.com in the email address box.

If you would like a detailed and specific answer, please post a detailed and specific question, giving examples to transmit the overall picture.

Your questions will benefit all of our JSS Youth.  Through your questions, you will be instrumental (nimeet) in helping all of us better understand Dadaji’s science.

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Suggestions…

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JSSYouth is your forum and it’s a platform for you. It was founded with Dadaji’s blessings and Agna.  Accordingly, JSS Youth needs to be formulated in line with the needs of the youth itself.  That’s why we’re asking that you list your suggestions in connection with the topics listed below: 

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General:            What you would like incorporated into JSS Youth locally and nationwide for your personal betterment?     

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Blog:                 What you like and do not like about the blog.  What should be added to make the blog more effective for you?  Frequencies of different categories – helpful or not. 

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Shibir:               We are actively planning our JSS Youth Shibir.  Please offer suggestions.  Suggestions on any level, organization, activities, etc.  

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Website:           We are developing a website specifically for JSS Youth.  Please list what you would like to see on the website. What are the useful links that you check daily e.g. weather etc?  What would you like to see at a local level?  If you know some youth websites that you would like to see our site modeled after, please list those.  

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You are welcome to post on the Blog or reply directly via e mail at jssyouth@gmail.com.  Or you may post anonymously on the blog.  There will be a youth committee meeting in the near future and all suggestions and comments will be discussed fully at such meeting.

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On another note, Answers to Q and A with Aptaputra will be posted sometime in the later part of this week.  Be on the lookout for your answers!

 

From Dadaji’s Quote Library 1/21/2008… January 21, 2008

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“Egoism is born and egoism passes away, not the body; and it is egoism that gets liberated, not the soul. In principle, the soul by its very nature of infinite bliss with other infinite attributes is independent and free.”
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“For every individual soul, it was so, it is so and it will be so perpetually upon liberation from egoism and Karmic bondage state in migration. ”
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-PPS Kanudadaji

 

Moment of Silence…Prayers tonight 1/17/2008…8 pm CST, 9 pm Eastern January 17, 2008

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Jaisachidanand Dadaji’s Youth Mahatama’s,
Yesterday, January 16, 2008, at approximately 1:20 pm India time, and 1:50 a.m. United States CST there was a tragic accident near Goa, India which took the lives of two of our youth mahatma’s, one of Dadaji’s Satsungi’s who was looking forward to Gnan, and several of their family.  Twenty Two members of this family had taken a trip to Goa after a family wedding.  They never made it back home.
Our two Youth Mahatma’s who have left us to move on in their path to Moksh were:
Anand Thakorbhai Patel of Detroit, Michigan, and of Mota Vagcchipa, Gujarat in India.  Anand was approximately 34 years of age.  Anand is survived by his parents Thakorbhai C. Patel and Ramilaben T. Patel, his wife Tina A. Patel and daughter Nidhi A. Patel.
Nilam Thakorbhai Patel of Detroit, Michigan, and of Mota Vagcchipa, Gujarat in India.  Nilam was Anands younger brother.  Nilam was approximately 31 years of age.  Nilam is survived by his parents Thakorbhai C. Patel and Ramilaben T. Patel, and his wife Veena N. Patel.
Anand and Nilam were traveling with Anand’s daughter, 5 year old Vidhi and Nilam’s son 4 year old Dhruv.  Both Vidhi and Dhruv have tragically left this world with their fathers.
We had one very devout satsungi amongst our youth who was looking forward to taking Gnan from PPS Dadaji.  She was Anand and Nilam’ cousin.  Dadaji’s Satsungi was: 
Falguni Riteshkumar Patel of Boston, Massachusetts, and Mota Vagcchipa, Gujarat, India.  She was approximately 26 years of age.  She is survived by her parents, Ambalal Patel and Madhuben Patel, her husband, Riteshkumar Patel, her sister, Beeniben Patel, and her niece. 
Falguni’s unborn child has also tragically left this world with its mother.
In total there was 12 fatalities from this accident, 10 of which were all from the same family.  Three children and nine adults.  There were at least 8 very serious injuries on top of the fatalities.  One includes Falguni’s sister, Beeni, who is currently in a coma.
The family of these individuals were not given any information on the death toll or injuries until just a few moments ago.  Anand’s wife is still not aware of the loss of her husband and daughter.  She is on her way to India right now with her baby, where she will be told of the deaths. 
We ask that as a group we pray for everyone touched by this accident, to ask Dadaji to give strength to the friends and family of the deceased individuals, and to give peace to the gone souls.  Additionally, we ask for prayers that Dadaji give strength to those recovering from injuries, and give Shakti to Beeniben to come out of her coma very soon. 
The ten (10) bodies are being transported from Goa to Mota Vagcchipa, Gujarat via ambulances right now.  They should reach the village by approximately 2 am India time, 2:30 pm US time.  Thereafter, we expect that the funeral ceremony’s for this family will occur on or after 7:30 am India time, which is 8 pm US CST.
At 8 pm CST today (Jan. 17, 2008), we ask that all of our youth mahatama’s take one minute of silence,  say Tri-Mantra, and sing Kirtan Bhakti for the peace of our lost Youth Mahatama’s, Youth Satsungi, and their family.  Please notify as many Youth and Adult Mahatma’s as you can to take part in this Nationwide moment of silence, Tri-Mantra and Kirtan Bhakti.
Below, please see a link of the accident that took these lives:
Jai Sachidanand.

 

From Dadaji’s Quote Library 01/15/2008 January 15, 2008

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“I + My  = A migratory state of tensions and worries (that occur and reoccur).”
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“Obstruction is created by one’s own ignorance.”
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PPS Kanudadaji
 

Q & A with Aaptaputra’s for the period of Jan 9 thru Jan 23… January 10, 2008

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Please post your questions in this section.  An Aaptaputra will respond bi-weekly.  You are free to post anonymously.  If you do wish to post anonymously, simply type Anonymous in the name box and type jssyouth@gmail.com in the email address box.

If you would like a detailed and specific answer, please post a detailed and specific question, giving examples to transmit the overall picture.

Your questions will benefit all of our JSS Youth.  Through your questions, you will be instrumental (nimeet) in helping all of us better understand Dadaji’s science.

 

From Dadaji’s Quote Library 1/9/2008… January 9, 2008

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“Desires are not wrong; desires which are responsible for wandering from life to life are wrong. Real freedom is emancipation from desires which are responsible for wandering. Everybody desires freedom but freedom from desire is important.”
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“There is no individual, agency or power outside of you that can bind unless you want to be bound.”
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-PPS Kanudadaji