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J P Vaswani

J P Vaswani
J P Vaswani (2 August 1918 – 12 July 2018) ), affectionately called "Dada", was a spiritual leader with a difference. His message of love and forgiveness resonated deeply with millions of people around the world. He spearheaded Sadhu Vaswani Mission, which he took over after the passing away of his master T L Vaswani. The mission has centres around the world and continues to do humanitarian work. Dada has received the prestigious U-Thant Peace Award for his dedicated service to the world peace.

Soak yourself in these three kinds of rain

Get drenched in the rain of grace, which falls continuously on us, all our lives, sweeping away the accumulated dust and dirt of a dead past

To start a new chapter you must close the door to your past

You can't be in the present moment or build a future, if you keep clinging to your past

The bend on the road

Problems are inevitable; why not make the most of them, asks Dada J P Vaswani

Keep your love fresh

J P Vaswani shares the secret keeping the love in your marriage blossoming even after years of togetherness

Silence strengthens, cleanses, heals

When we sit in silence and look within, only then do we find God. He is within us and His voice is drowned out by the external noise, says J P Vaswani

Problems: stepping stones to a better life

Problems are inevitable; why not make the most of them, asks J P Vaswani

Open your heart

J P Vaswani tells us that we can forgive someone truly only when we can wish them goodwill and invite them into our life

Appreciation: developing a sense of wow!

Each day offers us numerous opportunities that deserve our appreciation, if only we look for them

An epiphany in the garden

A conversation with an inner voice led to an epiphany in the garden

An unending love story

A man of god owns nothing, yet all the wealth of all the world belongs to him.


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