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3 thoughts on “SingaSpeaks – Roar 29”
May the children and youth ride/roar their lives into only success.
Aum Namo Narayanaya Maharaj
Pranam at Thy Feet!
It is so wonderful that these priceless values are taught at such a tender age. Apart from that, by participating in these dances and dramas, the children are subtly developing work ethics, which will lead to success in their later lives.
The bikers on the Ashrama premises must have been quite an experience! Not something we usually see. But I am sure the boys all enjoyed their rides!
Aum Namo Narayanaya
Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
||Sri Ramakrishna sharanam||
You are right! Our boys did enjoy the thrill of riding! Every year one group of bikers used to come and provide the thrill of riding to our boys without any fanfare. This is the first time that 400 bikers organized themselves into one Unit and contributed a donation to our Boys’ Home beside inviting an M P for that occasion. The roars of bikes mingled with the temple bell sounds! It must have been a fascinating experience for the boys as they arranged an interesting magic show done by an Indian. The magician taught me one item within 2 minutes when he came to receive blessings! Regarding the harmony values that were imparted in that show, please read my response to Nerie from Ladysmith here.