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“Hum Jitenge – Positivity Unlimited” : Sant Gyan Dev Singh Ji and Sadhvi Ritambhara Ji addressed the nation on 4th day of lecture series, RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat to address today

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“Hum Jitenge – Positivity Unlimited” : Sant Gyan Dev Singh Ji and Sadhvi Ritambhara Ji addressed the nation on 4th day of lecture series, RSS Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat to address  today

New Delhi, 14 May: On the fourth day of the series ‘Hum Jitenge – Positivity Unlimited’ – Sadhvi Rithambara Ji, Vatsalya Gram and Sant Gyan Dev Singh ji, Shri Panchayati Akhara -Nirmal called upon the Bharatiya society to invoke the rich spiritual tradition of India and thus awaken its inner strength to overcome the Corona crisis. They said that instead of feeling helpless in unfavorable conditions, this challenge can be overcome only by taking a resolve with a strong mind. This five-day lecture series has been organized by the ‘Covid Response Team’ which has representation from all sections of the society. Sadhvi Ritambhara ji said in her address, “The strength of a society is tested under adverse circumstances. In these adverse circumstances, while our entire country is struggling with a strange pandemic, this is the time when we have to awaken our inner strength.” She said, “The biggest mountains can be moved by courage and determination. When the river flows, it has the ability to convert big rocks into sand. Therefore, feeling helpless in this challenging situation wouldn’t resolve the crisis, you have to awaken your inner strength to meet this challenge.” She said that every crisis has a solution, but it comes to you only when you trust yourself and your God. With this trust and belief, we will overcome this epidemic. “I want to request all Indians that instead of accusing others, everyone should awaken their self-confidence, self-restraint and self-determination … In the midst of all these circumstances, if our power is used only in negative thinking, then the ability to do and to think of something new will vanish.” Sant Gyan Dev ji Maharaj said in his address, “There is no need to panic. It is not only Bharat, but the whole world is going through a transition phase. Nothing is unchanged in this world. If sadness has arrived, it isn’t going to stay for long, it would go away as it has come. So, there is no need to panic.” He said, “If anyone gets infected, he should think about God, read Gita, read Gurubani. Keep your body healthy, your mind healthy. If you have won your mind, you have won over the world. If your mind is healthy, you will be healthy, there will be no effect on you.” He said that all those advise which are given by doctors during this pandemic have always been an integral part of Bharatiya lifestyle for ages. We can all stay healthy by following our rich cultural and spiritual tradition. Therefore, the need of the hour is that we identify these rich traditions and follow them in our lives. This lecture series is being broadcast on more than 100 media platforms from May 11 to May 15 at 4:30 pm daily. On May 15 C ji will address the nation.


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