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Too much talk but no action - Darshika Darshani Prasad

Too much talk but no action - Darshika Darshani Prasad

By Priteshni Nand
Monday 16/09/2019

“Too much talk but no action”.

These were the words of a student Darshika Darshani Prasad of Sai Spiritual Education while speaking at the oratory contest at the Satya Sai Service Organization of Fiji conference at Zanana League Hall in Suva.

The conference was attended by more than 150 devotees from different religious groups.

Prasad stresses that there is only one religion which is the religion of love and we should love each other.

She says people should love their neighbours all the time not only during Diwali.

She questioned the devotees on where is the love that existed so many years ago.

National Education Convenor of Satya Sai Service Organisation of Fiji, Urmila Kumar says there is a need to educate our children for love to flow in the country.

The Satya Sai oratory contest was won by Divya Lal of Sigatoka Sai Centre for secondary school category and Manari Darshika Prasad of Ba Sai Centre for primary school category.


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