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Calendar: October 2008

ARATI (EVENING VESPERS): Monday–Saturday from 6-7pm, followed by a reading from the Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna or Swami Vivekananda’s Inspired Talks.

Saturday Visiting Hours: 4pm-8pm
(Please call before coming: 972-252-4673 HOPE)

Sunday Visiting Hours: 10am-4pm
10:00-11:00am: Worship and Silent Meditation
11:00-12 Noon: Spiritual Topic
12 Noon-12:30pm: Arati and Flower Offering
12:30pm: Lunch

Date Spiritual Topic
Sunday, Oct. 5th Special Observance of Durga Puja
9 - 11am Worship of Sri Durga
11- 12Noon Homa Ceremony
12Noon - 12:30pm Arati and Flower Offering
12:30 Lunch
2pm - 4pm Durga Puja, Belur Math
(A visual presentation, by Pravrajika Dayaprana)
Wed., Oct. 8th: Sandhi Puja: Chanting “Jaya Sri Durga”
4:47-5:35pm, Central Time
(See Special Announcements for details)
Sunday, Oct. 12th: Meaning of Ritual
Pravrajika Brahmaprana
Monday, Oct. 13th Self-Knowledge-I
Swami Swahananda
Spiritual Leader, Vedanta Society of So. California
Tuesday, Oct. 14th Self-Knowledge-II
Swami Swahananda
Tuesday, Oct. 15th: Self-Knowledge-III
Swami Swahananda
Wednesday, Oct. 16th: Self-Knowledge-IV
Swami Swahananda
Sunday, Oct. 19th: Sarada Devi and Non-Dualism
Dr. Michael Morrow
(Author of Non-Dualism: A New Experiment in Living)
Tuesday, Oct. 21st Reminiscences of Great Monks and Devotees
Swami Swahananda
Sunday, Oct. 26th: Kali Puja Observance
10-11am Worship of Sri Sarada Devi
11-12Noon Mother Goddess — Most Ancient, Most Modern
(A visual presentation, by Pravrajika Akhandaprana)
12Noon-12:30pm Arati and flower offering
12:30pm Lunch

All are welcome
(In accordance with the City Code, please do not obstruct traffic. You may park in the driveway or directly in front of the Center. Otherwise, please park on a side road.)

NOTE: If you are interested in supervised children’s activities during the Sunday talk, please contact the Center in advance: 972-252-HOPE.


Quote of the day
In every veil you see, the Divine Beauty is concealed, making every heart a slave to him. In love to him the heart finds its life; in desire for him, the soul finds its happiness. The heart which loves a fair one here, though it knows it not, is really his lover.
- Jami

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