Prem D.- Kathmandu, Nepal

I was in school when I heard about Maharaji from my parents. At that time, everybody was telling me to work hard to make my life successful. But one question always hit me, “What is a successful life?” Getting the best results in school/colleges? Or earning a lot of money? Or getting the best friend/life partner? Or becoming the best doctor, engineer, lawyer, leader, performer, player, scientist, manager, etc.? I knew many big titleholders very well, and I asked myself, “Are their lives successful?” I was frustrated when I found them even more worried, still running after something and still badly thirsty. My colleagues thought I was ahead of them, but I was feeling a void inside me and was not finding the ultimate answer.

While I was wandering in the jungles of the questions inside me, I came to listen to Maharaji. At first, I did not understand what he said, but I liked it; I felt that it touched me somewhere inside. I continued to listen to him. I was excited to find that he was addressing the fundamental question that was troubling me so much. I started listening to him regularly.

When I received Knowledge, I was overwhelmed with endless joy and a world of answers within me. This was what I was looking for! The whole world changed for me. The more I practiced Knowledge, the more I enjoyed it. Now I feel that I have real equilibrium in my life. I understood why this human life is called the most precious gift. Whatever I do now, I feel that I have started doing it in a better way and with more enthusiasm since my heart is not empty now. It is full of contentment and gratitude.

— Prem D.
Kathmandu, Nepal

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Millions of people have been touched by Prem Rawat's message of inner Peace and contentment. He addresses people from various walks of life. Whether he speaks to uneducated farmers in remote villages in India or to business leaders and government officials, his message remains same and directed to each individual. Expression from people in different walks of life, inspired by the message of Prem Rawat: