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Ukraine’s President His Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy: A Global Symbol of Courage and Hope in a Time of Crisis

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Ukraine’s President His Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy: A Global Symbol of Courage and Hope in a Time of Crisis

During the few weeks since Russian troops invaded Ukraine on February 24, Ukraine’s President, His Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy, has risen to the occasion as a fearless leader, giving his all to defend, guide, and support his country and fellow citizens. Despite urgent pleas from other government leaders for him and his family to evacuate to a safe location, he insisted on staying in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, in his country with his people. In a short period, His Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy has unified not just his nation but the entire western world, winning the hearts and minds of the people with his bravery, steadfast efforts, and loving devotion to his country that shines through his simple, sincere words. However, a hero is not made overnight. Before becoming a global household name, who was Volodymyr Zelenskyy? How did he become Ukraine’s president at 41 years of age? How did he become the person he is today? Let’s find out.On January 25, 1978, Volodymyr Oleksandrovych Zelenskyy was born into a Jewish family in the city of Kryvyi Rih in central Ukraine. After obtaining a law degree, Volodymyr decided to pursue his passion for becoming an artist and entertainer. His talent in comedy was apparent when he won the national comedy competition, KVN, or “Club of the Funny and Inventive,” at 19. Mr. Zelenskyy's presidential campaign was unconventional. Instead of going to campaign rallies or interviewing with the mainstream media, he mainly used social media and his own production company Kvartal 95 to speak to the people directly. In an interview with the German weekly news magazine Der Spiegel, he said, "I want to bring professional, decent people to power and would really like to change the mood and timbre of the political establishment as much as possible." Immediately after Russia’s assault, Mr. Zelenskyy declared martial law and cut diplomatic ties with Russia. Since then, His Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy has frequently posted virtual messages, delivered timely reports on the truth of the war, and encouraged his fellow country people, which has attracted global attention and mobilized international assistance. “We are all here. Our soldiers are here. Our citizens are here, and we are here. We defend our independence.” During the recent conferences with Supreme Master Television team members on the current state in Ukraine, Supreme Master Ching Hai commented several times on the outstanding leadership of His Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy. The following is from a discussion on March 18: “(President Zelenskyy visited wounded soldiers recovering at a military hospital. He also awarded the troops and hospital workers with medals. It shows Zelenskyy has a very good heart and he’s a kind leader.) That’s the way he should do anyway. It’s good. He seems to be a very kind and reasonable guy. And at least he sticks his neck out for his country. He’s not a coward and he’s not running away. He’s the main reason that the soldiers are fighting well and hard. Because he makes a good example. He encourages them. He inspires them.” Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Respectfully present the Shining World Leadership Award for Bravery to His Excellency Volodymyr Zelenskyy, with high salute and deep admiration for the extraordinary leadership and noble spirit you have demonstrated in defending the freedom and sovereignty of Ukraine. May you and the brave people of Ukraine always be shielded through God’s Protection and Blessings. May the Freedom that you and your people treasure and protect above your lives forever prevail by Heaven 's Decree.”
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2022-03-28   1962 Views
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2022-03-28

Inspired Doctor and Clairvoyant Michel de Nostredame, Part 2 of 2

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Inspired Doctor and Clairvoyant Michel de Nostredame, Part 2 of 2

In the mid-1540s, Michel de Nostredame returned to France to continue treating plague victims. He researched and prepared plant-based remedies, such as “a sovereign scent powder to drive out pestilential odors” which could only be made once a year during the rose season.During 1548 to 1549, Michel de Nostredame journeyed through Italy. Nostradamus began experimenting with treatments based on vegetable jams. By this time, he had published two books on medical science. One was a translation of “Galen, the Roman Physician,” and the second was “Traité des fardemens et confitures,” meaning “The Treatise on Makeups and Jams,” containing recipes for foods, treatments, and cosmetics.Increasingly, Michel de Nostredame moved away from medical science and focused more on the occult. He would spend hours meditating at night in front of a bowl of water with special herbs. In deep meditation, he was transported into a trance where he had a multitude of visions. Those visions are believed to have been the basis of his predictions.Yearly almanacs were a popular publication at the time. Michel de Nostredame saw this as a perfect vehicle for his predictions and published his first almanac in 1550. Nostradamus continued to publish almanacs, but the book that made him the world-famous prophet we know today was his book “Les Prophéties,” or “The Prophecies.” Nostradamus himself stated that his prophecies extend “from now to the year 3797.”In 1994, Supreme Master Ching Hai spoke of Nostradamus’s predictions. During a conference in 2018, our Most Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai mentioned how Nostradamus and many of the beloved beings have suffered on this planet.His bones were first buried in the church of the convent of the Friars Minor, known as the Convent of the Cordeliers, as he had wished, where the epitaph was engraved: “Greatest God. Here rest the bones of the illustrious Michel de Nostredame, alone of all mortals judged worthy to record with his almost divine pen, under the influence of the stars, the future events of the whole world.”
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2022-04-10   674 Views
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2022-04-10

Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 1 of 2

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Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 1 of 2

An influential figure in the world of Persian poetry, the beloved mystic and Sufi poet Khwāja Shams-ud-Dīn Muḥammad Ḥāfeẓ-e Shīrāzī, more commonly referred to as Hafez, has uplifted the hearts of readers in both the East and the West. From the 14th century to the present day, whether with monarchs or the average civilian, Hafez’s words are like a cool springtime breeze that refreshes and replenishes our spirit.Hafez was born in 1315 AD in the city of Shiraz in Persia, or present-day Iran. Shiraz is known as the city of gardens, a place of culture and trade in the southwest of the country.Ultimately, Hafez’s poetry intimates that Allah is to be considered as the only reality and all expressions of love as instances of Allah’s Love and Divine beauty. This is an underlying theme in Sufism and “spiritual romanticism,” a term often used to describe Hafez’s works. The ecstasy or joy in realizing the Divine is often described in Hafez’s poetry, which speaks to us with great wit and wisdom from the heart. Hafez’s poetry also espoused a spirituality of sincerity, which often presented itself in opposition to puritanical and hypocritical religious behavior.The freedom and play of words in Hafez’s poetry shows that he had a joyful sense of humor and was indeed an initiate of a mystic order, yet he maintained the outer life of a cosmopolitan citizen. Having been married in his twenties, he was a husband and a father, one who was familiar with the knowledge of worldly things such as music, chess, and backgammon.Hafez also often speaks of the need for a spiritual Master on the path of God in his work, and suggests that he had one himself. Later, Hafez was successful in meeting his spiritual Master, Haji Zayn al-Attar, who taught private discipline and intense study with sincere communion at dawn, in the evening, and at midnight, rather than regular prayer sessions spoken by rote.
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2022-02-25   600 Views
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2022-02-25

Inspired Doctor and Clairvoyant Michel de Nostredame, Part 1 of 2

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Inspired Doctor and Clairvoyant Michel de Nostredame, Part 1 of 2

Michel de Nostredame, better known as Nostradamus, was a widely read prophet during the Renaissance period. To date, he is said to have accurately predicted such events as the rise of Napoléon Bonaparte, the atomic bombs in Japan, the death of US President John F. Kennedy, the events of 9/11, and even the COVID-19 pandemic. Nostradamus was said to have an almost divine memory and a cheerful, pleasant character. His classmates called him “the young astrologer” because “he would point out and explain to them the celestial phenomena.” Records show that on October 23, 1529, Michel de Nostredame was admitted to the faculty of medicine in Montpellier to earn his doctorate in medicine. He nicknamed himself “Nostradamus,” which means “We give what is ours, we pass on our knowledge.” Nostradamus was passionate about the study of medicinal plants. Throughout his travels, he concentrated on courageously helping victims of the plague. Michel de Nostredame was very innovative. He also created herbal treatments, one of which became known as the “rose pill.” His cure rate was so good that he became quite famous for his novel therapeutic approach. Somewhere along the way, it is said that Michel de Nostredame attended ancient mystical schools and experienced some type of psychic awakening. The first account of his psychic abilities occurred in the late 1530s, while in Italy, when he met a group of Franciscan monks and addressed one of them as “His Holiness,” thus identifying him as a future pope. During a lecture in 1994, Supreme Master Ching Hai spoke about how Nostradamus attained his prophetic insights. “He led a life of a very, very busy physician. But even then, all day he took care of the patients; in the nighttime, he meditated. People said he would sit all night and stare in a bowl of water or the black mirror – called “black mirror.” Probably he put a black mirror on it, probably he looked at his black mirror here, the way we do. That was how he saw things far away from his period of time even, and many things he saw have been proven accurate. Is that not so? Also, he predicted the present savior of the world. It was very accurate, very accurate.”
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2022-04-02   559 Views
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2022-04-02

Her Excellency Aung San Suu Kyi: The Lady’s Love of Freedom, Democracy and Peace, Part 1 of 2

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Her Excellency Aung San Suu Kyi: The Lady’s Love of Freedom, Democracy and Peace, Part 1 of 2

“The Lady” is how most people in Myanmar refer to Aung San Suu Kyi, a democracy icon and leader of the National League for Democracy (NLD). In 2015 the NLD won the general elections to become Myanmar’s first non-military government in 54 years. Aung San Suu Kyi received the Thorolf Rafto Memorial Prize for promoting the fundamental human rights of intellectual and political freedom, the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, the Nobel Peace Prize, and India’s Jawaharlal Nehru Award for International Understanding. The US House of Representatives awarded her the Congressional Gold Medal in 2008 and in 2014 she was listed as the 61st most powerful woman in the world by Forbes. To this day, she remains a symbol of human rights and an “indispensable” force for the peace process in Myanmar. Although her father passed away when she was just two years old, Suu Kyi remains emotionally close to him and his ideologies. She has in some sense extended his legacy of love and dedication to their homeland by virtue of her active role in the pro-democracy events in the country, starting with the 8.8.88 Uprising. Aung San expressed her personal views on democracy in this 1988 speech as follows: “Democracy is the only ideology which is consistent with freedom. It is also an ideology that promotes and strengthens peace. It is therefore the only ideology we should aim for. That is what my father said. It is the reason why I am participating in this struggle for freedom and democracy in the footsteps and traditions of my father. To achieve democracy the people should be united.”Many are aware that Suu Kyi is deeply inspired by Mahatma Gandhi and opposes violence of any kind. She has a clear mission and vision that nothing can keep her from fulfilling. In 1991, she won the Nobel Prize for her non-violent struggle for democracy and human rights. Later, after enduring long and repeated struggles and oppression, in June 2012, Suu Kyi was finally able to accept the Nobel Peace Prize in person. The Norwegian Nobel Committee chairman, His Excellency Thorbjørn Jagland, paid tribute to her “awe-inspiring tenacity, sacrifice, and firmness of principle.”
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2022-02-09   537 Views
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2022-02-09

Sunderlal Bahuguna Ji (vegetarian): A Life of Dedication to the Environment, Part 2 of 2

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Sunderlal Bahuguna Ji (vegetarian): A Life of Dedication to the Environment, Part 2 of 2

Sunderlal Bahuguna led a life of austerity, partly to lead by example. He kept a vegetarian diet in respect to the people of the animal kingdom, wore only simple clothes, and walked 5,000 kilometers (3,100 miles) from village to village across the country when it was time to spread the message of forest conservation. In devotion to God, Sunderlal Bahuguna dedicated every action to protecting the natural environment. He believed that science had to be guided by spirituality rather than by politics, as thoughts directed from the heart cannot cause harm to others. "You know, I see it, that the Almighty is everywhere and especially in nature. You might have heard of the Chipko movement; that was the movement which was to save the trees. And I felt that what right do we have to kill these trees? Because these trees are also the creation of the Almighty, and these are also the living beings like us. The only difference is that these trees cannot speak, these trees cannot move, but they do greater service to society than the human beings. Had there not been trees, we would not have survived because trees are just like Lord Shiva Shankar Bhagwan." In closing, let us hear some wise advice from Sunderlal Bahuguna: "You know that power comes from the Almighty. When you surrender yourself to Him, He will show you the way. And three things I believe. The first, you should have devotion. Devotion to what, to whom? Devotion to the Almighty, devotion to the people. Does Almighty take a form for you? What form does the Almighty cover? I see Him everywhere. I see Him in you, yourself, also. I see Him in trees. I see Him in rivers, mountains, everywhere. He is everywhere, omnipotent. And omnipresent. Omnipresent. So, the first thing is that we should have devotion. The second thing is dedication – dedication for a cause. If you realize that Almighty is everywhere and He is being hurt, then we should dedicate ourselves for a service. And the third thing is determination."
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2022-01-09   524 Views
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2022-01-09

Sunderlal Bahuguna Ji (vegetarian): A Life of Dedication to the Environment, Part 1 of 2

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Sunderlal Bahuguna Ji (vegetarian): A Life of Dedication to the Environment, Part 1 of 2

Sunderlal Bahuguna is known primarily as the spokesperson of the Chipko environmental movement. Chipko actively resisted the systematic deforestation of Indian rural woodlands, often confronting powerful corporations in peaceful resistance to prevent the destruction of wilderness areas. Sunderlal Bahuguna gained international attention in the early 1990s by leading an impassioned and unrelenting campaign of opposition to the construction of the hydroelectric Tehri Dam in the Himalayan foothills in Uttarakhand. Sunderlal Bahuguna’s life is a model of selfless dedication to environmental and social causes, which he was involved in from an early age. Initially inspired to promote social equality within India’s then-rigid caste system, he later became a devotee of the Gandhian principle of nonviolence and drive, to achieve self-determination from Britain. He then became a Member of Parliament in the newly independent nation and, together with his wife Vimla Behn, gave a voice to the often-neglected needs of the villagers in India. Their actions eventually saw the establishment of the now-legendary grassroots movement that is wholeheartedly dedicated to actively promoting environmental awareness. The Chipko slogan became, “Ecology is permanent economy,” and Sunderlal Bahuguna, with his political experience, became the movement’s spokesperson. A year later, Sunderlal Bahuguna fasted for two weeks, his first of many, as the group chanted passages from the Bhagavad Gita. Hundreds of people, the majority of them women, attached themselves to tree trunks with sacred threads. Passages from the Srimad Bhagavata Katha were also read aloud to remind those present that the natural forests were blessed and an intrinsic part of India’s spiritual heritage. "The philosophy of fasting is that you search inside yourself, and you surrender yourself to the Supreme Power. 'Now I am in Your hands, and if there is anything lacking inside me, give me Light.' So, Gandhiji was doing the same thing."
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2022-01-02   463 Views
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2022-01-02

Lilian Bland: Northern Ireland’s Remarkable Pioneer Aviator

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Lilian Bland: Northern Ireland’s Remarkable Pioneer Aviator

Lilian Emily Bland was one of the first women in the world to design, build, and fly an airplane. She was born at Willington House near Maidstone, Kent, in England, on September 28, 1878, to an affluent family. By the age of 20, she had studied art in Paris and music in Rome.Lilian’s first model plane was a six-foot-wingspan (1.8 meters) biplane glider, which she flew as a kite. Encouraged by her success, Lilian set to work on a full-sized glider. She used steamed ash to bend the glider into shape, emulating the wings of the seagull-people she had studied in Scotland. For the ribs and stanchions, Lilian used spruce. The outriggers were made of bamboo. The glider weighed 200 pounds (91 kilograms) and had a wingspan of 20 feet and 7 inches (6.3 meters). Lilian named her first glider “Mayfly.”Following the success of the first flight, Lilian continued to experiment with more flights and to improve the design of the Mayfly. She intended to start a business selling biplanes and gliders, but her father persuaded her not to and gifted her a Ford Model T car to encourage her to follow other pursuits. The Mayfly eventually ended up in a boy’s club, and its engine is in the Science Museum in London. To celebrate the centenary of Lilian Bland’s maiden flight from Shane’s Castle estate, the Randalstown Historical Society hosted an illustrated lecture on August 31, 2010. A memorial plaque was unveiled in the railway station building of Deer Park. As a lasting legacy to this celebrated aviator, on August 24, 2011, Glengormley Park was renamed Lilian Bland Community Park, and a sculpture of her biplane, Mayfly, was officially unveiled. In 2021, an exhibition at the Ulster Transport Museum in Cultra, Belfast, Northern Ireland, featured Lilian Bland as an innovator with global influence.
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2022-01-30   433 Views
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2022-01-30

Her Excellency Aung San Suu Kyi: The Lady’s Love of Freedom, Democracy and Peace, Part 2of 2

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Her Excellency Aung San Suu Kyi: The Lady’s Love of Freedom, Democracy and Peace, Part 2of 2

Following last week’s episode, we will continue to re-trace the remarkable life of Aung San Suu Kyi. In July 1995, Aung San Suu Kyi was released from house arrest but with restrictions on travel. Being undeterred, three years later she formed a representative committee and declared the NLD as Myanmar’s legitimate ruling parliament. In 2000, Aung San Suu Kyi was sent into house arrest after several attempts to leave the capital city to hold political meetings. In 2002, she was once again released from house arrest following successful negotiations with help from the UN Special Envoy to Myanmar, His Excellency Razali Ismail. On May 30, 2003, members of the Union Solidarity and Development Association (USDA) political party attacked a convoy of National League for Democracy (NLD) vehicles including the one Aung San Suu Kyi was traveling in. Aung San Suu Kyi emphasizes that for the sake of stability and national reconciliation, she will not seek vengeance for the incident, of which she was the main target. In November 2015, the NLD party won a landslide victory in Myanmar’s first openly contested parliamentary election. In the November 8, 2020, parliamentary elections, the NLD party again won a majority.Facing enormous adversities in life, how does Her Excellency Aung San Suu Kyi overcome despair and maintain her spirit? Suu Kyi revealed in the following statement at the Harvard Kennedy School in September 2012: “So, if you want to keep up your strength when you are working towards something, I think you have to learn not to think of yourself as the center of the world. You are just the one working towards the goal with others. And if you keep that in mind, you don't lose confidence in yourself because it is required of you to keep strong for the sake of others.”When she received the Nobel Prize, she shared her insights on what it was like to be detained or under house arrest for almost 15 years. To some, this is also a window into seeing how a loving, peaceful woman lives under tyrannical oppression and political bullying. Her statements also include strong messages about freedom and hope. “What the Nobel Peace Prize did was to draw me once again into the world of other human beings outside the isolated area in which I lived, to restore a sense of reality to me. And what was more important, the Nobel Prize had drawn the attention of the world to the struggle for democracy and human rights in Burma (Myanmar). We were not going to be forgotten.”
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2022-02-16   321 Views
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2022-02-16

Eddie Jaku: The Beautiful Life of an Auschwitz Survivor

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Eddie Jaku: The Beautiful Life of an Auschwitz Survivor

The 101-year-old author and peace campaigner Eddie Jaku passed from this Earth in October 2021. He and his life are remembered through his memoirs in his much-acclaimed book, “The Happiest Man on Earth: The Beautiful Life of an Auschwitz Survivor,” published in 2020.Eddie was born Abraham Jakubowicz in Leipzig, Germany, on April 14, 1920. “I found out when I was about 14, 15 that everything my father is doing is for me. See, because he is tough with me. It’s a tough environment to live as a Jew in Germany. I am far away. I live under a false name.” After several unsuccessful attempts at traveling to Britain, Eddie and his family remained in hiding in the Belgian countryside. They managed to elude the occupying authorities until 1943, when they were finally detained and deported to Auschwitz. With her love, over time, he learned to let go of the almost overwhelming negativity resulting from the traumatic experiences he had endured for so many years. He said: “I do not hate anyone. Hate is a disease which may destroy your enemy, but will also destroy you.”Eddie Jaku was a founding member of the Sydney Jewish Museum, and for almost three decades from the age of 72, he spent many hours a week there volunteering as a tour guide at the Holocaust Exhibition. The message that Eddie Jaku wished to convey moved visitors beyond the tragedy to a place of hope and peace. In his own words: “Your efforts today will affect people you will never know. It is your choice whether that effect is positive or negative. You can choose every day, every minute, to act in a way that may uplift a stranger, or else drag them down. The choice is easy. And it is yours to make.”In 2013, Eddie Jaku was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for his work as a promoter of peace. In 2021, his autobiography was recognized by the Australian Publishers Association with the Australian Book Industry Award. After his passing, Eddie was honored with a state memorial service in New South Wales.“I want to make this world a better place for everyone. I want everyone to take a step back and say, ‘We are here for all of us.’”
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2022-04-30   235 Views
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2022-04-30

Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 2 of 2

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Beloved Mystic Sufi Poet Hafez, Part 2 of 2

Hafez’s book of poetry, “The Divan of Hafez Shirazi,” is said to be found in almost every Iranian’s home. The poet’s pen name “Hafez” is derived from the Persian root word “to memorize.”When Hafez reached his sixties, he longed for a greater spiritual awakening. Forty years after having met his spiritual Master, it is said that Hafez began another 40-day and 40-night vigil. He drew a circle on the floor and sat there for his vigil. On the last morning of his 40th day, Hafez set out for his Master’s residence. There, with the grace of his Master, Hafez attained Cosmic realization. After this incident and before his passing, Hafez composed over half of the poems we have from him today, including the beautiful ghazal poems. In this phase of his life, Hafez’s poetry reached a higher state of spiritual maturity than it ever had before. Hafez, by common estimates, wrote around 500 ghazals over his lifetime.Hafez passed away in Shiraz in 1390. He did not compile his own works during his lifetime. It was 21 years after his passing that his poetry was assembled into the collection known as “The Divan of Hafez.” His life and poems have become the subject of much analysis, commentary, and interpretation, and had a great influence on post-14th century Persian writing. A modern-day American poet, Daniel Ladinsky had an inner vision in which the spirit of Hafez’s artistic light was imparted to him. His inspired work has brought a greater awareness to the name “Hafez” around the world in recent times.October 12 has been declared the official National Day of Hafez in Iran. His literary contributions are also honored in ceremonies held in 61 other countries. The Beethoven Square of Weimar, Germany, houses the Hafez Goethe memorial, where two granite chairs facing east and west stand as metaphors for the meeting of Eastern and Western cultures. Goethe once said: “In his poetry Hafez has inscribed undeniable truth indelibly… Hafez has no peer!”
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2022-03-03   218 Views
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2022-03-03

Milkha Singh Ji: The Flying Sikh

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Milkha Singh Ji: The Flying Sikh

One of India’s great track and field athletes, Milkha Singh Ji was dubbed “the Flying Sikh” in recognition of his superior ability and achievements as a runner. Mr. Milkha Singh was born into a Sikh family on November 20, 1929, in Govindpuri, Muzaffargarh city, then part of the Punjab Province of British India. The difficulties Milkha Singh encountered in his early life were met with determination and strength of will. Under the tutelage of his coach, Havildar Gurdev Singh, Milkha Singh trained for five hours daily and was determined to do well. He loved running. His routines included running up hills, on the sands of riverbanks, and against a meter gauge train.Just two years later, in 1958, he won gold for the event at the Indian National Circuit, held in Cuttack. In that same year, Milkha represented India in the Asian Games, again winning two gold medals for the 200-meter and 400-meter events. He did not stop there, and he went on to Cardiff, Wales, for the 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games, where he won the gold medal for the 400-meter (440 yards at the time) race, being the first Indian to do so. Reflecting on that fateful day, Milkha said: “I said my prayers, I touched my forehead to the ground and said to God, ‘I am going to try my best, but India’s honor is in your hands.’”Aside from his excellence on the running tracks, Milkha Singh also had a loving heart and a great desire to do good for the community. He donated all his medals to the country. In 2003, Milkha also launched Milkha’s Charitable Trust, hoping to change the lives of young people by giving them access to education, as well as to assist athletes in need. On June 18, 2021, Milkha Singh sadly passed away from post-COVID-19 complications. His Excellency Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “In the passing away of Shri Milkha Singh Ji, we have lost a colossal sportsperson, who captured the nation’s imagination and had a special place in the hearts of countless Indians. His inspiring personality endeared himself to millions.”
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2022-05-15   57 Views
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2022-05-15
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