Thank you to Alok for suggesting the theme of this 14th edition of the Journal:‘Service to Humanity – Service to our Community’. And thanks to MayaRam and Chandani for their help. In the old days in the West, often from Christian principles, companies and individuals would tithe 10% of their profit/income for philanthropic purposes – service to humanity. This Journal contains many stories of similar acts of service and goodness within our Babaji family. It would be even more beautiful if those of us who were able to, would commit to giving say 2% or 3% of our annual income to charitable endeavours or maybe a half day a week of our time to help those in need in our local communities. Many have committed in this way to support Babaji projects around the world and many others bring hope to the world by doing service in our local communities.
“If you go out and make some good things happen,
You will fill the world with hope, You will fill yourself with hope.”
Please continue your support of Babaji’s charitable hospitals and ashrams in India both by coming to our festivals and Ashrams, and by donating to our Indian charitable projects (See: Open-giving-site-for-donating-to-indian-hospitals-and-ashrams)
The Haidakhandi International Journal (HIJ) is published twice a year for each Navaratri time. It is edited and published by Rob and Gaby in Oxford and supported by the Jai HO admin group and the Editorial Advisory Board of Alok, Gayatri Devi, Lok Nath, Raghuvir and Kharku. Publication is on the website: hi-journal.com administered by Mukundi in France, and also on the Indian Samaj website : www.haidakhandisamaj.org administered by Maheshanand in Holland. The responsibility for the content lies with the Editors supported by their Advisory Board. However the Editors do not take responsibility for individual’s stories or articles. We often need to edit information sent to us for the purpose of shortening the length of articles or improving written English or presentation.
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Journal 15 will be published in January 2017, hopefully on the theme:
The Next Generation
Please send your articles & letters by Dec. 31st