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With the divine blessings of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba varu, Youth awareness programme has conducted at Sri Sathya Sai Seva Samithi, Palakonda on 07.02.2015. Around 500 Inter and Degree studying students participated in the programme. Sri Mangapathi Rao, Retired I.A.S officer attended as a chief guest of the programme.  Sri N.V.Ramana, a representative of Sri Sathya Sai Organizations, Sri Vignan Teja a civils aspirant and Smt Mounika former Srikakulam District topper in SSC  conducted a work shop on spirituality and science. Sri R.Kishor, Convenor, Sri Sathya Sai Seva Samithi, Palakonda organized the entire programme.

Sri Mangapathi, directed youth as following.

1.Youth must have good visions for their lives, and they are not afraid to pursue those visions. They must have more confident to reachgoal.         Going toward a bright future? using the  strength and abilities in ways that not only benefit  today but that can open up even                            greater possibilities for tomorrow?

2.Don’t feel bad if you don’t have a clear idea about what you want to after you’ve graduated. Many teenagers don’t have a clear idea about           what they want to do with their lives.

3.Don’t worry about what others think about your plans. They’re not spending time trying to impress others or wondering what other peoplethink      they should do. To spend time this way clouds your vision; you get too many conflicting thoughts, and ideas that don’t match. If you can           relate to that, you’re not alone. In fact, for a long time I was right there with you.

4.The average person generally develops only about two percent of his or her potential. That leaves plenty of room for bettering yourself In order     to do so, though, you need vision. You can’t go anywhere if you can’t see where you’re going.

5.Opportunities are there for all of us, but we have to seize the right ones for us based on our own visions for our lives. Creating a vision and           making that vision happen take what I call an “active optimism”: You have to believe in yourself and in your future, and then you have to             actively p’ursue your plans. Most teenagers have great optimism for the future. The two things about opportunities:a) The harder they work,        the more pportunities will be available to them.b) They will have many opportunities available to them after they graduate


Everybody need to build strong and supportive relationships as he follow the Success Process. Take control and focus on pursuing a good life, but don’t isolate theirselves  in the process. Isolating theirselves  is not healthy spiritually, mentally, or physically, and it certainly is not the way to achieve the  dreams. Nobody makes it alone. You need friends-friends who believe in you.Don’t be afraid to ask for help or encouragement along the way. And look to provide that helping hand or word of encouragement to others, too.We must believe that it is possible to achieve our dreams and then commit to achieving those dreams. Wish you all the best 

Report by : R.Kishor, District Archieve Incharge, SSSSO, Srikakulam

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