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The Golden Age Number 12, August 31 - September 12, 1974

Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

2   Internationalising

Internationalising the Mission is a very natural thing. It's the logical outcome of our desire to serve Maharaj Ji in the most effective way, to subordinate our own notions and schemes to the perfect timing of his master plan.

Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

4   Agya: The Direction of Love

"And really, I understand that many premies are getting confused. Why they are getting confused? "Oh, Because we don't think Divine Light Mission is running properly," "Oh, because we saw this happening the other day." I'll tell you one thing; that's just an excuse. That's just an alibi - for your mind. Because it's got nothing to do with you. Peace is not going to come out of Divine Light Mission, understand? Peace is inside you. You gotta realise it inside you, not in Divine Light Mission. You don't go to a desk in headquarters and say, "Can I have some peace, please?" Peace is inside of you. Understand? And when people really say this, really, I just feel like saying, "Look, mister, you don't have to come here making excuses of confusion." Because it's really mind that confuses a person. Because mind takes an alibi."

Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

6   Vietnam: Mixing Politics and Religion

But the aged monk advised him, "Buddha is not in the mountains, Buddha is in the heart of man. When your mind is calm and clear, Buddha appears"

Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

8   People Who Found Peace

The most beautiful romantic dreams cannot change our experience of the outside world. Judith Downes tells how her life was divided between fact and fantasy until Guru Maharaj Ji's Knowledge reconciled these two aspects within a harmonious whole.