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The Sathya Sai Seva Organisation is not an evangelical or proselytizing Organisation. Its principal objectives are:

  1. To help the individual

  2. [i]To become aware of the Divinity that is inherent in him and to conduct himself accordingly.
    [ii]To translate into practice in daily life, Divine Love and Perfection; and therefore
    [iii]To fill his life with joy, harmony, beauty, grace, human excellence and lasting happiness;
  3. To ensure that all human relations are governed by the principles of Satya (Truth), Dharma (Right Conduct), Prema (Love), Shanti (Peace) and Ahimsa (Non- violence);
  4. To make devotees of the religions more sincere and dedicated in the practice of their respective religions.

These objectives can be attained in the following manner: -

  1. By observing the four principles laid by Bhagawan Sathya Sai Baba namely: -
  2. [i]There is only One Religion, the religion of Love.
    [ii]There is only One Language, the language of the Heart.
    [iii]There is only One Caste, the Caste of Humanity.
    [iv]There is only One God, He is Omnipresent.
  3. By constant remembrance of God and looking upon all creation as only a manifestation of Divinity in different forms and shapes.
  4. By underlining the essential unity of all religions and securing a proper understanding of all religions as based on Love.
  5. By looking upon all work as service dedicated to the Divine.
  6. By bringing to bear upon all lifeís problems, attitudes flowing from Divine Love, such as understanding, compassion, tolerance, helpfulness, etc.
  7. By basing all actions on Love of Divinity, fear of sin and steadfast observance of morality in society.
  8. By engaging in spiritual, educational and service activities both at individual and the community level, in an organised and systematic manner, without expecting any material reward or appreciation, but solely as a means of winning Godís Love and Grace.
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