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Mid Atlantic Retreat May 27-29

Sairam Embodiments of Divine Love,

"The value of holy places consists in just this: kindred spirits congregate there and contribute to the deepening of spiritual yearning. You can take sweet and sustaining counsel together, in such places, and strengthen your faith and devotion." - Sathya Sai Speaks, Vol 5, Chapter 2, Page 12

With love and gratitude, we offer the 47th Mid-Atlantic Regional Retreat of the SSSIO at the lotus feet of our beloved Swami and announce the opening of retreat registration. We are thankful for this opportunity to get together in-person as a region after a long gap of 3 years and we are looking forward to seeing you!

Our retreat registration website is https://retreat.sairegion2usa.org. A wealth of information regarding the retreat is available on this website.

This year's retreat will be held in-person from Friday, May 27th to Sunday, May 29th (Memorial Day Weekend) at Camp Westmont in the beautiful Pocono Mountains.

With Swami's immense grace, planning for the retreat is well underway. The retreat theme is "Attitude of Gratitude". We are blessed with three incredibly inspiring speakers this year, Mrs. Seema Dewan, Mr. Jonathan Roof and Mr. Leslie Farkas. Details about speakers and other highlights are included under the program tab on the retreat website.

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Announcing SaiCares

SaiRam Embodiments of Divine Love,

We are very pleased to announce the launch of SaiCares on this auspicious occasion of Guru Poornima.

SaiCares is a new region-wide helpline service initiative, aiming to provide assistance to fellow Sai members who are confronted with personal challenges or unmet needs. SaiCares volunteers will try their best to address your problem. Privacy of callers is of utmost importance. We look forward to handling your needs in a discreet and confidential manner.

Examples of assistance include, but are not limited to: providing rides, elder care including support for caregivers, addressing loneliness, obtaining groceries; parenting support; support of the young including tutoring, value based counseling, addressing bullying or sadness, school supplies; dealing with stress; help with computers and technology; and many other areas.

Anyone in need of assistance can access the SaiCares website at: www.SaiCares.org or contact a volunteer at (857) DIAL SAI [342-5724].


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