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Two South Africa Special Events (AUDIO ONLY)

Duration 80 min.

This special release includes the audio of Prem Rawat’s addresses at two very special events in South Africa. The first is from Prem Rawat’s visit to Zonderwater Prison, where over 750 inmates have participated in the Peace Education Program (PEP) over five years, resulting in reduced violence and changed lives, according to both the wardens and participants. The second audio is from the first event with Prem Rawat in Soweto. This event celebrated the “graduation” of several PEP facilitators, who will help launch seven more PEP initiatives in the Soweto area with the support of the Soweto Department of Social Development and The Prem Rawat Foundation.

“There are 7.5 billion people and every one of them has an excuse of why they’re not fortunate. I’m stunned because all those people who are saying they are not fortunate are incredibly fortunate. Why are they incredibly fortunate? Bingo! You are alive. And as long as you are alive, you get to make choices. The game isn’t over yet. As long as you are alive, you are on. As long as are alive, it is not over.” (Zonderwater Prison)

“To understand humility…to be humbled, not by this world, but by the power that you have within inside of you. To be humbled by the joy that resides in your heart. To be humbled by that peace that dances inside of you. These are your treasures. This is your reality. These are the seeds that lie dormant in that desert of yours. And when the rain of peace comes, they will bloom.” (Soweto)

Zonderwater Prison event audio is first and the Soweto special event starts at 33 minutes in.