In layman terms a guru is "a religious teacher and spiritual guide".
For me this definition of guru is insufficient, adding to it I would say guru
is an experience of our inner self. A true guru bridges the physical with the
metaphysical merely by his presence.
Mohanji has given me much. His teachings through practical life experiences
conveyed in a straight forward manner, many countless experiences imparted to
me by his grace served as a doorway to eternal bliss. His direct approach in eradicating
negativity inside, made me ever ready in handling life with all its ups and
unpretentious, honest and above all a ‘True Guru’ who wants
nothing, instead imparts only love in return serves as an inspiration for many
of us. In a world wherein negativity is bought quickly in fact marketed while positive
actions go unnoticed.
Through his foundations
such as ‘Ammucare Charitable Trust’ he is working ceaselessly for
the impoverished encompassing not only humanity but also
our abused animal brethren. By voicing their god-given right to exist.
Offering my gratitude to
him. I can only express myself in these two simple but powerful words-: ‘Thank You’! for catalyzing selfless initiatives benefiting