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Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Prem Rawat addresses at Harvard University, in Sanders Theatre Prem Rawat addresses at Harvard University, in Sanders Theatre [23:26 min] There is a peace, that has something to do with every individual. A peace that resides in the heart of every human being on the face of this earth. A peace that is not somebody's vision. A peace that resides in a person, even in their darkest hour. That peace resides within that person, even when that person is surrounded by an Ocean- An ocean of confusion and doubt! A peace that is presence of something beautiful, not absence of anything.
The good news is that the thirst is within you, and the water which will quench that thirst is within you.
The good news is that which you are looking for, is within you. And the means to get in touch with that thing, is within you. There is a reality that is very sweet, not buried under doubts and questions. But in-fact, dancing within every human being. Because you exist, because you are alive.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)- Sirifort Auditorium Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI)- Sirifort Auditorium [26:39 min] Prem Rawat addressed a group of distinguished guests at Sirifort Auditorium in New Delhi, India. The Young Leaders Forum of the Indian Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce invited Maharaji to address a distinguished audience of 1,850 business and government leaders. Maharaji talks about the one-year-old that is still within us with the same request and wish it always had, to be fulfilled.

Today, everybody is interested in peace. For the peace that I want to talk to you about is the peace that we need even when there is no war. I am here to tell you remove the word "war", let's talk about of peace. Peace resides in the heart of human beings, not in the mind. For you to see your reflection in water, the water must be still because if the water is moving you will not be able to see your reflection. Your heart should be still. The very nature of mind is to escape any imprisonment.

Kabir das ji said,
"Hai ghat mein par door batawein, door ki baat nirasi.
Kehat kabeer suno bhai saadho,
guru bin bharam na jaasi.
Mohe sun sun aawe haansi."

He thinks its humourous because a fish that is surrounded by water is thirsty. I agree. I conquer, I think that is so. That this fish is looking for the very thing that is inside.
Within you is that joy that you are looking for. Within you is that peace that you are looking for. Within you are the answers, not the questions.

You know the right tool for the right job. Right spices for the right food. And when it comes to the subject of inner contentment we try to pick the most sublime. Try to understand the most sublime, the most incredibly tender and the most incredibly infinite, with the most finite tool we have(points to mind). Let me figure this out. How am I going to pick it up, how my mind is going to grasp. People tell me, don't tell me my mind is finite. Oh, but it is. Let me remind you, it is the same mind that had people believing that earth was the center of the universe and everything went around it and people actually believed it.
Peace is not absence of war. The war needs to be stopped within each one of us. That is good; it is much better when you stop fighting with yourself.
If you want peace look no further than yourself. Accept the fact that what you are looking for is within you. If you have the thirst and you need water, I can help.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Indian Institute Of Technology Delhi, India Indian Institute Of Technology Delhi, India [28:00 min] Prem Rawat speaks at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi, India. He speaks about peace as something a person needs in life, and the importance of understanding that it is attainable.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Italian Senate in Rome, Italy- Peace, <i>A Message Without Boundaries</i> Italian Senate in Rome, Italy- Peace, A Message Without Boundaries [30:00 min] This video features Prem Rawat speaking at the Italian Senate in Rome, Italy. He speaks about TPRF’s humanitarian efforts as well as addressing the topic of peace, saying that individuals need the light of peace in their lives in order for peace to come to the world.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Prem Rawat at Miami Dade College Prem Rawat at Miami Dade College [26:00 min] Day One- Prem Rawat held two events in Miami, Florida, at the invitation of Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón, President of Miami Dade College- one of the largest institutions of higher education in the United States, with more than 160,000 students. At the first event, he addressed leaders and prominent members of the Miami community as well as members of Miami Dade College’s faculty.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Freedom of the City of London Freedom of the City of London [34:47 min] The granting of the Freedom of the City of London is an ancient ceremony, dating back to nearly 800 years. In England, the most extensive borough freedom is that conferred by the Freedom of the City of London, first recorded in 1237. It is considered the original Keys to the City upon which all other city keys are based. Prem Rawat's nomination for the freedom of the city of London was made in recoginition of the many decades he has dedicated to peace. In a rare departure from the convention, and in recognition of the importance of the event, the ceremony was held in historic Guildhall. The representatives of many humanitarian and charitable organizations were present, as well as city of London government officials, business people and International guests. Following his admmision to the freedom, Prem Rawat was invited to address the audience.

Murray Craig: The ceremony today is rather symbolic. Historically, it is of great value. We've certainly given some very interesting people, this freedom over the years. We're very glad to add you this list of fame. Nelson Mandela received this in 1996. We had Napolean Bonaparte, Florence Nightingale, and Marget thatcher too.
Craig John Murray (born 17 October 1958) is a British political activist, former ambassador to Uzbekistan and former Rector of the University of Dundee.

Deputy Richard Reagan: I'ld like to be among the first to congratulate Prem Rawat on being admitted to this freedom to city of London. I'm delighted too, sir, to welcome you. It's wonderful to share this special moment with you and your family. For those of you who are not so familiar with Prem Rawat's work. I would like to say a few words of introduction. I was privileged in 2007 to hear Prem Rawat at a very high profile event in Guildhall, at Lord Mayor's appeal. Prem Rawat's effort towards peace has been lifelong. He has dedicated himself to enguarding people all over the world, to make peace a priority in their lives. His message of peace transcends all cultures and social conditions. It's based on the importance of the individual and addressing the very nature of human beings. Prem Rawat has founded TPRF, which spreads message of peace and spearheads numerous humanitarian initiatives in collaboration with governments and other International organizations. It provides aid for people in urgent need of life sustaining resources such as food and water. For his commitment both as ambassador of peace and a promoter of humanitarian Initiatives, he has received awards in honor of his work from many Institutions in many countries. And there I say this is not the first freedom of the city, you've received, sir. Very recently you spoke at the European Parliament in Brussels at the invitation of the Vice President, to share your unique perspective of peace. I would now like you Prem to address this distinguished audience and share with us your vision of Peace and dignity. Thank you very much
Richard David Regan has been a Sheriff of the City of London. Educated at Wimbledon College, Regan was Master of the Worshipful Company of Cutlers in 2002 and 2003 and is an active member of two past Masters Associations. He was elected to the Court of Commons Council has served as Deputy Chairman of Governors of the City of London School for Girls and King Edwards School Whitley, and as Deputy Chairman of the Standards Committee of the City of London Corporation.

Prem Rawat: I'm so pleased to join you as a fellow freeman. When I was coming here, just looking around every corner of this wonderful city which is so full of history. But even though history is so fascinating, if we look at it, there's a pattern. Their is a pattern of peace, there's a pattern of war, and there's a pattern of people wanting properity, and there's pattern of people being squashed. What does that mean? Einstein said something wonderful. He said, while defining Insanity, is to keep doing the same thing and expect different results. For such a long time, I feel, that people of this world keep doing the same thing and hoping and praying for absolutely different results. And that's what I wanna bring your attention to!

Guildhall has been used as a town hall for several hundred years, and is still the ceremonial and administrative centre of the City of London and its Corporation. The term Guildhall refers both to the whole building and to its main room, which is a medieval-style great hall. The current building was begun in 1411AD. During the Roman period, it was the site of an amphitheatre, the largest in Britannia.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Prem Rawat at Oxford University Prem Rawat at Oxford University [29:00 min] Prem Rawat addresses an audience of fellows, students and guests in the historic South Writing School of the Examination Schools at the University of Oxford. In his presentation, he focuses on learning as an activity inseparable from our condition as human beings. We need to learn because we want to know. And, of all the knowledge we aspire to, perhaps the most important is that proposed quite a few centuries ago: “Know yourself.”
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Limitless Possibilities Limitless Possibilities [21:04 min] Prem Rawat delivers his message of peace directly to the residents of Melbourne, Australia. Again he stresses the importance of peace in each individual, and also reminds us that peace is waiting in each of our hearts, waiting to be felt. Peace dwells in the heart of every living human being.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - The Oldest Dream- at University of Salamanca The Oldest Dream- at University of Salamanca [24:00 min] The University of Salamanca is the oldest university in Spain; founded in 1218 by King Alfonso IX, it was acknowledged in 1254 by Pope Alexander IV as being one of the four great Universities in the world. It has had many distinguished professors throughout its history, including Luis de Letan, Beatriz de Galindo, Melchor Cano, Francisco de Vitoria and Miguel de Unamuno and many well known citizens have walked along the University corridors, like Miguel de Cervantes, Hernando Cortes and Christopher Columbus.
Speaking at the University of Salamanca, Maharaji addressed distinguished guests, faculty and students. He said:
When you look at an ocean and you see that the river has carved this huge gorge. How do you think it happened? I will tell you how it happened. It happened drop by drop. That is the conviction that we too need in our lives. The knowledge of all things will be complete, when the knowledge of self is included in that knowledge. That one statement made by Socrates long ago, does not remain something to discuss, but becomes a reality. I travel the world; I bring this message to people. All I am doing is bringing this possibility, peace is important to me. And I hope that peace is important to you because after all when I look at the horizon and I have to imagine the world without peace, which indeed is a very grim prospect. When I see the light in the horizon, I certainly hope it is the light of peace that dances waiting to shine, in my life, in my time.
Prem Rawat - Maharaji - Prem Rawat in Knoxville- Life is calling Prem Rawat in Knoxville- Life is calling [69:09 min] It's a pleasure to be here. Talk to you about something which is so simple and yet so profound. Some people may think what will I talk about, this time. Well, I will talk about the same thing. I want to remind people of something they already know. It is amazing how in our life, we keep all that is good, and we save it for the last. Who came with this idea! It is the stupidest concept. To take the best, and save it for the last. Maybe it started from deserts, I can understand that! Because maybe the food is so pathetic, that a sugar at the end is all you need. Life is not like that. Life is a beautiful journey that takes place every single day, which is dancing and calling you. It wants you to actively participate with it. Recently, somebody was driving me who was having a bad day. Every single way that he took me was a wrong way. Next day we started again, and started talking. He said it was a perfect disaster. I said no it was not. You were alive, it was beautiful. I had to go to funeral once. In fact I knew this person, and knew that it is time for him to leave. I had said him goodbye before taking a long trip to India. But still it was shocking. People get shocked when someone has to leave, and yet you know that everyone has to leave. In the cemetery, there are a lot of headstones. What do they represent? They represent someone who died, but it also represents history. History of a person who had good days, and bad days. And what is the different between that headstone and me? If I don't awaken to being alive, and if I don't awaken to a moment that came into my life, and that will be the value of that moment? I am concerned about all the things that is happening around me, and least concerned about something that is so important. The only difference between the headstone and me, is that b.r.e.a.t.h.

It is so fine that we cannot even take photograph, cannot paint, cannot make a statue of it, or even give, buy or trade it. And it is all the difference that you are. And because it comes, you are intelligent. Because it comes, you are Mr. or Ms/Dr/Captain/Professor so and so. Because of this gift of breath you have the capability to understand, to question, to reason, observe, to learn- Thanks, thanks this gift of breath that comes into you. People say "I've had my job for 27 years. I have been flying for 11,000 hours."" I said that to somebody! that I have 11,000 hours of flying. And I started thinking, that I do not remember how many breaths I have taken. Every hour that I flew proudly is by the courtesy of this breath. Why do I forget what is so important. What am I saving for the last? The possibility of being in peace, am I saving it for the last? If so, change of plans are required. I need to experience that every single day that I'm alive. For real, not an abstract concept.