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(Deemed University)
Twenty Eighth Convocation
November 22, 2009
Introductory Address

With loving Salutations at the Lotus Feet of our Beloved Lord, Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, I invoke His blessings for this august function.

Revered Chancellor, Professor Samuel Sandweiss who has kindly agreed to deliver the Convocation Address, Distinguished members of the Governing Body, the University Trust and the Academic Council, Respected Guests, members of the faculty, Graduands of the Year, and Dear Students, it is my privilege to welcome you all to the Twenty Eighth Annual Convocation of the Sri Sathya Sai University.


Human existence has apparently distinct but in reality integrated two aspects – the manifest and the unmanifest or, more simply the outer and the inner self. The need to promote both has been felt ever since humanity emerged from its primitive existence. It is natural that the initial concern was with the gross body and its relationship to the manifest world. While improvement of capabilities needed for living steadily improved, the urge to listen to the unmanifested self
deepened. Though Man lives in the body-mind-intellect complex, he cannot ignore the higher Atmic Complex. The Vyavaharik and the Atmic life need to be integrated effectively. This is where education comes in with its twin segments
which need to complement and indeed reinforce each other.

Great thinkers in the past had a clear understanding that education was indeed the very process which lays the foundation for Dharma (Righteousness) by removing the cover of ignorance and letting the Self inner shine. It was put
remarkably by Greeks with the proclamation:

“………. Education should devise the simplest and most effective methods to turn the mind towards the light. Not to implant sight in it because it already has the capacity, but to correct its orientation, because it is now improperly aligned and is not facing the right way.”

Therein lay the seed for Educare.

Similarly, the societal welfare implications of education are marvelously brought out by a Chinese proverb which says
If you are thinking for a few months grow fruits and vegetables, If you are thinking about a few years grow trees.

But if you are concerned about generations to come educate your children.

More than a century back the reputed philosopher John Stuart Mill emphasized the power of education and therefore the need to design and harness it for human good as he said,“Education and opinion which have so vast a power over human character should so use that power as to establish in the mind of every individual an indissoluble association between his own happiness and the good of the whole” ……….. “Selfishness is the principal cause which makes life unsatisfactory ….. There is no inherent necessity that any human being should be a selfish egotist, devoid of every feeling or care but those which centre in his own miserable individuality…….”

The earliest three universities in Europe established several hundred years back at Oxford in England, Salamanca in Spain and Sorborn in France had deep religious and presumably spiritual foundations. This was true of India much earlier when universities at Nalanda, Taxila and other places were established and even more so and much earlier when the system of education took the form of Gurukulas under the guidance of great saints and sages.

Unfortunately, however, as man progressed materially with advancement in science and technology, his concern for inner peace and happiness got steadily blurred. Education for life took a back seat and that for a living became increasingly prominent, eventually overshadowing it. Education got entirely focused on mind body and intellect with egocentric tendencies leading to Swartham and Swaprayojanam as the sole motivation for all human endeavours.

Dharma got diluted into Morality which in turn came down to ethics and has fallen further to a syndrome of market mechanism driven entirely by profit. Education itself has today emerged as one of the best businesses under the regime of a globalised world. No wonder the world is up against massive problems of environmental degradation, poor access to healthcare and absence of true education.


Time had obviously come for the LORD to redeem His promise to reincarnate and take the world back to Sanathana Dharma, as He said:

Yada yada hi dharmasya glanirbhavati bharatha
Abhyuddhanamadharmasya tadatmanam srujamyaham

He did exactly as He had promised, and came down once again as Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba to transform humanity. The Divine Sankalpa was clear.

Education was the top priority and the objective was obvious. The start had to be made with education for girls because educating one girl meant educating one and more correctly two families. Inaugurating the Sri Sathya Sai College of Arts
and Sciences for Women at Anantapur in 1968 Bhagavan declared –“India is being forged into Bhogabhoomi (land of luxury), a land of skyscrapers, tinned food, air-conditioning, and television. Indians are being shaped into an imitative, insurgent, and ill-disciplined mass. They are being transplanted on other soils and encouraged to grow without roots. This is an insult to the past, and a sacrilege on the history of Time.

That is the reason I have decided that this College be inaugurated on Gurupoornima Day, as a reminder of the highest tradition, in which the highest ideals of life were instilled by personal example and guidance by the Guru, to pupils eager to imbibe.”

True Education is not merely for India but for the entire world and this country is meant to lead in spiritual regeneration. Bhagavan highlighted the need for character building so as to produce enlightened citizens for tomorrow with a deep
commitment to social welfare.

The sapling that was planted at Anantapur and later at Brindavan and Prasanthi Nilayam itself has now grown into a University which has been acclaimed to be a path breaker by a Delegation of Indian Parliament in 1997, two Peer Teams of the University Grants Commission in 1999 and 2008 and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council which gave it the highest level rating of A++ in 2003. The uniqueness of the University goes deeper in so far as
the emphasis on human values is in no way at the cost of academic excellence.

That the two streams complement and reinforce each other is fully evidenced by the type of students it has produced.
Saturated with five human values of Truth, Righteousness, Peace, Love and Non-violence, alumni of the Sri Sathya Sai University spread across India and indeed across the world have been acknowledged not only as competent professionals but also as role models for their moral behaviour and service to society. The ancient system of Gurukula education has been effectively reinvented to suit the modern times. No doubt this must verily be the only university of its kind in the entire world. The daily interaction that students have with the Revered Chancellor of this University is unthinkable anywhere else. The purpose is to mould the students’ mind and intellect filling the heart with Love for all. I cannot do better than quote Swami Himself as follows:

“Education means broadening the heart. It implies development of Control over senses. It should make one seek to promote the good of the world. It should serve to instill all good qualities in the student. An education that is devoid of such qualities is worthless.”


The educational system followed here has a clear interface with the society in all its endeavours. This is abundantly brought out by the kind of academic research that is pursued here as well as the co-curricular activities undertaken. The well known example of the latter is the Grama Seva which is undertaken every year with all students and all teachers participating in it. This year’s programme was stretched over ten days during which students and teachers visited more than 150 villages spread over three Mandals of Kothacheruvu, Bukkapatnam and Puttaparthi carrying the message of love from Bhagavan. Lakhs of packets of food and sweets were distributed along with several thousands of sarees and dhotis. How much joy it gives to the villagers can only be seen to be believed. More than that, for teachers, and students it is a matter of happiness and a process of learning.

Similarly, the bounden duty of undertaking academic research relevant to social welfare is prominently reflected in the topics chosen for large research projects as well as those for doctoral and M.Phil dissertations. These relate to devising solutions for problems of drinking water, identifying useful fauna and flora in this area, and how these may be used, and several ways in which health care can be improved. This is well illustrated by the work undertaken by scholars who will be awarded Ph.D. and M.Phil degrees by Bhagavan today. By His grace several teachers of the University were chosen for prestigious awards by reputed organizations and agencies during this year. The University has arrived at a new threshold when its role as an instrument of Bhagavan’s Mission has assumed greater importance. We pray for His guidance at every step.

When Swami added the MBA programme to the University when it was barely five years old, one wondered why a University devoted to promotion of thyaga should train students for plum jobs in the business world. The Revered
Chancellor knew that every aspect and every sphere of life was getting increasingly corporatised. Hence the need to prepare an army of students with values based training who must enter the portals of business houses and transform them as institutions for social good. This is indeed happening slowly but steadily. Obviously, He knew the potential ailments and the effective medicines. Spiritual elements are fully integrated in the teaching programmes of
all disciplines in the University, as ordained by Him.

How the University can shoulder its responsibility as a watchdog on what is happening around was remarkably highlighted by a high profile Conference on“Ethics and the World of Finance” organized by the University at the end of August. This brought together about thirty top echelons representing regulatory institutions, insurance companies, bankers and investing agencies; a dozen reputed academics well versed in finance, management and economics and
versatile bureaucrats dealing with governance. Their deliberations for two days focused on the current international economic crisis which has led to bank failures, widespread bankruptcy and massive unemployment. More than all this,
millions have lost access to health care, prospects of education and caused massive impoverishment of the ordinary people. A large number of poor households have been robbed of their precious savings.

It is clear that if we want to identify the basic cure for all this we have to go back to what Swami prescribed for such ailments more than three decades back, in 1976, to be precise when He asked us to exercise a “Ceiling on Desires”. In the present context, in particular, the additional part of the Divine direction was‘Do not waste money.’ In today’s context the problem arose not only from excessive greed of not merely an individual but of institutions who were playing
with others’ money. The idea of behaving like a Trustee was thrown to the winds because of a built-in asymmetry. Profits will be mine but losses will be yours.

The roots of the problem and the solution to the present travails of humanity were succinctly explained by Swami in His valedictory discourse with reference to episodes from Mahabharata. How Dharmaraja falling prey to his weakness for gambling brought misery to his family – an excellent illustration of how people dominated by wrong tendencies ignore risk and throw away precautions. Also Draupadi brought in the question of the well being of other stakeholders – her other four husbands. There is no way to highlight what was said except by quoting Swami Himself as He said:

“Money comes and goes but morality comes and grows. Cultivate Love of God which will lead to fear of sin and bring morality in society”

The Conference came to be a turning point for many participants who realized their real role in promoting human welfare as Trustees for the society..


Today there is a wide consensus in the medical profession that most ailments are born in the mind and passed on to the body in different ways. Hence the need to mend the Mind as Bhagavan has taught. We cannot think of a better person than Dr. Samuel Sandweiss who has mastered this subject in all its facets and shown how spiritual practices affect the mind and expand consciousness and love. He not only teaches psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego but has also been a practicing psychiatrist for over 40 years. Rising well above the body-mind-intellect complex he treats human beings as embodiments of divinity. Most of us have learnt a great deal from his inspiring books, namely, Sai Baba: The Holyman and the Psychiatrist, Spirit and the Mind, and the more recent one, With Love Man is God. An ardent devotee of Bhagavan for more than three decades, Dr. Sandweiss has served on the Sathya Sai Baba Council of the United States since its beginning in 1975. He and his wife Sharon have hosted a Sai Baba Center in their home for over 35 years. They also oversee Birth Day Publishing Company which publishes books about Sri Sathya Sai Baba by Western devotees. I welcome Dr. Sandweiss to this august function and request him to deliver the Convocation Address. All of us need to listen carefully and carry a valuable message with us when we leave. I am sure the message will inspire the outgoing Graduates for many many years to come.

Finally, I pray to Bhagavan to grant us all the strength and the yearning to be worthy instruments for His Divine Mission.
Jai Sai Ram!

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(Deemed University)
Twenty Eighth Convocation
November 22, 2009
Convocation Address
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Dearest Beloved Swami, Chancellor of this sacred Sri Sathya Sai University, pranams at your divine lotus feet. Esteemed Vice Chancellor Vishwanath Pandit, distinguished members of the governing body and faculty of the University, respected guests, beloved students, brothers and sisters, I offer these few words to Swami and pray that His love flows through them.

I am deeply humbled by the invitation to address you at this special 28th Convocation of the Sri Sathya Sai University. I consider Swami to be divine-- omnipresent, our constant friend and companion.

Whenever -- wherever has there been such a Chancellor who is with us in this life and the next – leading us to bliss and love? It is humbling to speak before Him -- it is the greatest honor of my life.

A short poem

There is a young tender heart somewhere
Out there in the dark,
Crying to see -- to understand the dark
But feeling apart -- and lost
Will you come to me?
Will you come to me?
Can I see you?
Can I touch you?
Can I hear you?
Can life be all right
Because of you?
And then you came so unexpected –
Out of the darkness
I was in Mumbai 37 years ago
A young psychiatrist
Worried about impermanence
And death
Leaving a small apartment
To see you for the first time
And hidden among 20 million people--
And you came to me
What love --
To come out of the darkness
And make me happy
I saw eternity -- all of creation
The meaning and purpose
And above all, Your love.
How can I sing Your praises?
How can I frame Your greatness?
Accept this short talk, Swami
A prayer for Your children lost
I pray that Your mercy spills
Across the skies and hills
On hearts that ache.
For God's sake
Let the mountains ring
The heavens sing
Let every being
Be bathed in seeing
Through this midnight of darkness
Make us well and whole and holy.

Today I am addressing graduating students of this very special university -- and I would also like to include all devotees of God, because in our hearts we are all Swami’s students.

What are we learning here that I found nowhere else?

We have experienced Swami saving us at the very last minute where ever we are -- showing His command over time and place.

Seeing Swami materialize an object is to bear witness to the truth that "Creation -- the universe is a projection of God's will -- it has no basic reality." Swami has written so in Bhagavatha Vahini.

Can modern science even begin to imagine this reality?

Yes! God exists! His heart is soft like butter -- He loves us, and wants our love -- love merges into love -- I am God.
Mind is the key -- it is the cause of our bondage or liberation -- follow the conscience, it leads us to serving society – through service we find God in society and are fulfilled!

Students, you are the holy repository of Swami's teachings -- soon to test this sacred knowledge in the crucible of daily life. How are we to live these teachings? Here is a story.

In February 2005, Swami materialized a gold ring for my wife. It had a rectangular surface and from one side we saw the inscription Om.

We noticed that from different sides the same lines looked like words in different languages. One looked Arabic. Swami said that they were names of God.

I knew the mystery of the different names would unfold in the course of life. Sharon's brother, Michael, became ill -- his wife was disabled. They couldn't care for themselves. They sank into despair. We traveled 2000 miles -- to work hard for a week cleaning their home and moving them to a safe place. Their home was in such disarray and so dirty that we had to wear protective masks when working there. This is man's condition today -- we live in polluted land, water, air, and societal relationships -- we have become sick!

Swami was in our thoughts, words, and deeds, -- and as we established purity in the setting, and in our impulses, we saw signs of Swami's divinity -- in the smiles on our brother’s and sister’s faces.

While at the desk of our motel, the clerk noticed Sharon's ring -- "Do you know what that means?" she asked. "It is the name of God, Allah," she said. -- -- Service brought insight!

Subsequently we learned the meaning of each word as we turned the ring in different angles. From one angle it was Om, from another Allah, from another I am I, from another El, a name of God in the Jewish religion. Swami was teaching -- different names but one God, and that by serving we see our unity in diversity.

Deeper grew the wisdom in the course of service.

Sharon and I went to St. Petersburg to speak at the Russian National Sai Conference about a year and a half ago. Swami teaches self-management -- family management -- local community service -- even service in the world community.

We told the ring story and showed pictures on a large screen. Muslims in the audience were deeply moved and cheered. They were happy to see that Swami had recognized them by materializing their holiest word. We were so happy to play a part in bringing happiness.

Professor Jafar Malaev from Dagestan had the widest smile of all at the conference. I'd never heard of Dagestan. How could I have met Professor Jafar but in the expanding orbit of Swami's love?

He was a Muslim and Chancellor of a large university with an enrollment of 30,000 students. He was impressed by Swami's love and educational programs. "How can I bring your teaching to my university?" He asked. Swami simply said, "You are the educator -- find out for yourself." -- There’s a major lesson for us here! We must integrate the teachings through the power of practice -- it is up to us. Constant integrated awareness -- hands in society – and head in the forest -- integrate the two into one!

Jafar said --"We must rise above anger, violence, and revenge, if we are to survive. Problems such as in the Middle East between Palestinians and Israelis must be solved with love." Then taking my hand in his -- and looking deeply into my eyes, he said -- "We must stop fighting and learn to love each other -- Sandweiss I love you." I was sincerely touched and responded, "and Jafar, I love you." Swami’s ring brought us together.

Jafar is Muslim and I am Jewish. I pray that this love generated by Sai, -- enters into the age-old conflict between Palestinians and Israelis -- Muslim and Jew -- into all frictions and factions -- heals our hearts and brings peace. Is it possible?

Only through Swami's love -- and we are His messengers. We gain confidence in the possibility of pure love bringing world peace – by looking at how this love has already manifested!

When I first met Swami 37 years ago I couldn't stop thinking and writing about Him. I was so thrilled to see infinite consciousness and love in a being -- and to know that He is a reflection of the Self. I learned that I am God.

But when I told my fellow psychiatrists at the University that I am God, they thought that I had lost my mind in India. Actually, I found my heart here! Matters didn't improve when I said, "Wait, wait -- you are God too." Modern psychiatry still has a ways to go.

Then came the temples of healing -- the Super Specialty Hospitals with their message of purity and compassion. -- How quickly they appeared, how beautiful they are, how efficiently and effectively they express Swami's love for the poor and needy. How they encourage us to be instruments of this love as well.

In an age when medicine has been polluted by desire for money and position -- the message of Swami's hospitals -- of purity, sanctity, and service, is already being heard and practiced. For instance, one month ago I took part in the first Sai International Medical Conference at a large convention center in California USA. It was organized by the Sri Sathya Sai International Medical Committee -- Chairman Dr. Narendra Reddy.

Swami told Dr. Reddy that He would conduct the meeting -- and indeed, it was brilliant. About 30 gifted speakers -- some chairmen of departments -- presidents of societies, from the USA and around the world -- spoke to an international group of about 450 doctors, about Swami's love -- and how they integrated it in their practices, free clinics and camps, and disaster relief programs. Some of our brothers and sisters had been to such distressed areas as Darfur, Somalia, Kosovo, poor villages in Russia, Africa, and India, serving the most suffering of our brothers and sisters -- and with Swami's support ever present.

Swami is bringing a transformation not only in medicine but also in all relationships and especially in education. I have seen this University blossom. I saw the beginning when there were only lines in the sand pointing where to dig. I've seen the buildings rise – I’ve seen you in the corridors and the classrooms, -- the laboratories and hostels, -- on the sports fields and during darshan when you scurry so quickly for a seat near Swami. -- I've been friends with the Vice Chancellors from the beginning. The first one, Dr. V. Gokak, sat at our kitchen table in the United States teaching our four young daughters the food prayer.

And now I stand before you at the time of this 28th Convocation -- having seen such a transformation of buildings, programs, and students. How exhilarating to see your bright faces and sense the eagerness in your hearts to serve. You are proof that the integration of secular and spiritual education is not only possible -- not only practical -- it is essential if we are to survive!

Dear students, be ever vigilant to hold tight to Swami as we face today’s enormous problems. Poverty of love and the rise of selfishness are producing great suffering in our minds and on Mother Earth. Anxiety, depression, hatred, confusion, loss of reason and purpose, run rampant. Mindless production and consumption have produced depletion and pollution.

Over one billion people already suffer from a shortage of clean water -- we cough up 93 million tons of toxic waste daily into the atmosphere. -- This mindless, selfish action affects us all -- the Inuit Eskimos of Greenland, for instance, are among those having the highest concentrations of these toxins in their body. They are at our mercy.

We currently use 20% more resources than the Earth can regenerate. With the growing world economies and if everyone would consume to the degree found in the United States, it would take five planets the size of Earth to replenish our addictions. Adding four more planets cannot be our goal!

We face the threat of nuclear war, genocides, racism, fundamentalism, narrowness, terrorism. How can this dire condition change?

Only through Swami's love -- and we are His messengers.

Our place is with Swami -- to be worthy instruments of His love. The issue is not that we don't know the teachings. Swami has firmly placed them in our hearts! The problem is one of losing will and determination over the long haul -- of getting and forgetting our close relationship with Swami. Swami describes this closeness in a letter to His students years ago.

“The bird with you – the wings with Me
The foot with you -- the way with Me,
The eye with you -- the form with Me,
The thing with you -- the dream with Me,
The world with you -- the heaven with Me,
So are we free, so are we bound,
So we begin, and so we end,
You in me, and I in you.
Be happy!"

We must not get and forget the gifts that Swami has given -- because of bruised egos, daunting tasks, or prolonged effort. There are no excuses to wander -- I am too tired -- it is too inconvenient -- my career consumes all my time -- I have to make money -- I'm not in the mood -- I'm embarrassed -- I forgot -- so many reasons to drift.

No, no – the path of pure love is too important. Rather we must recognize our role and rise to the calling -- as Swami once wrote to students,

“Students …

See life as a battlefield meant for heroism and courage. You are the children of God, heroes in action, great soldiers in the age of Kali. -- The mother is awaiting your arrival on the scene."

Hold tight and be ready to serve. Here is a story about fierce determination in service and sacrificial love ever ready to serve Swami.

Dr. Jack Hislop came to know of Swami and served Him faithfully for the last 30 years of his life. He was the first President of the Sathya Sai Council of the United States and wrote two books about Swami, "Conversations with Sathya Sai Baba," and "My Baba and I." Swami told me that for his last 15 years, Hislop was in constant meditation on

Hislop was a strong man and spoke all over the world about Swami. When he was approaching death and becoming frail, he was invited to speak in Japan. Because he was so weak, he wrote to Swami asking if he should go.

Swami sent one word back – “Go!" It appeared that Swami was asking for total surrender -- to fully release everything into Him and accept that He is the doer!

Although Hislop could hardly stand, he obeyed our Master -- and remarkably spoke 35 times in 10 days. Sometimes Swami holds a devotee up as a role model of sacrificial service. I believe that Dr. Hislop was such a devotee.

Hislop returned home feeble and faint. One morning I called -- he said that he had fallen in the night and was too weak to rise -- so he lay for hours on the floor. I was alarmed and immediately took him to the hospital. We found out that he had cancer and would soon die.

Dr. Hislop had no fear of death -- Swami was his staff and support. When asked what he had learned from his long spiritual life and what was giving him strength now, without hesitation he said, "I have practiced many paths -- meditation, service, detachment, -- but of all paths, the most lasting and what I'm holding onto now is devotion! All other paths -- meditation, service -- have dropped away. What remains is devotion. I see Swami -- and I know that He is in me -- and I am in Him."

Pure love is most precious. It is the Alpha and Omega -- the beginning and the end.

When everything impermanent is removed, love remains. When the well runs dry and all the frogs leave, there remains only God's pure love to keep us company. Swami tells us the Creation, Preservation, and Dissolution, emanate from this pure love. Pure love brings beauty to the character -- harmony to the home -- and peace to the world.

And Swami has come to give us this pure love – as He has said—“I have come to light the lamp of love in your hearts,
to see that it shines day by day with added luster.”

Swami has showered his pure love on me in overflowing abundance today. He has allowed me the honor of being Chief Guest and the opportunity to speak to you today.

The invitation came as a complete shock. I know that many are better qualified – but Swami allowed me the honor – it is an expression of His pure love—a love that operates beyond the realm of human comprehension -- plain and simple. I am grateful beyond measure for Your pure love, Swami. Thank you.

We might ask if Swami’s love can actually bring peace to our troubled world. It is one thing to see the miraculous appearance of Super Specialty Hospitals, mammoth cleanwater projects, revolutionary educational programs, spiritual centers all over the world practicing service and love – it is something else altogether to really consider that Swami can actually bring world peace. Although Swami has said that in a short time we will have world peace – it seems almost impossible.

But let us be open to the possibility of this impossibility. We must seriously prepare for the moment when Swami picks any of us out of the crowd, as He picked me today, and places us in a position to actually influence world events. By singing His name, serving His children, studying His eternal wisdom – we must prepare ourselves for the day He
picks us.

My wife once asked Swami if He would save the world. He said, “Half save, half seva.” Seva – pure love in action!

Swami, as we approach the year leading to your 85th birthday, the year designated as“Pure Love,” -- let Your glory shine on our hearts like a million suns – setting our love aflame–

Until You and I become the same— Let us walk with Your love in our hearts...Your name on our lips Your hand in ours
And hand in hand – half save, half seva... Let us bring honor to this holy University and to Your sacred name – and radiate love to the world – so that The mountains ring with love... The heavens sing with love... The stars shine with love... The poets rhyme with love... And all the beings... Of all the worlds are happy... Students, I know the love in your hearts, I share it -- I've heard you chirping frequently in front of Swami – Swami, Swami, Swami – Swami, Swami, Swami -- I've seen Him moved by your yearning. I pray He hears this plaintive cry from fledgling birds about to fly--and blesses us with His precious words of love.

Dear Swami, please speak to us on this glorious and sacred Convocation Day.

-- Jai Sai Ram!

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