Prem Rawat is in South Africa to be interviewed by Kaye FM Late Night host Bridget Masinga, about the great life excuse, developing a richness of heart and peak human beings.
This week’s podcast is Prem Rawat being interviewed by Bridget Masinga on Kaye FM Late Night in South Africa about the great life excuse. Prem talks about how everyone should be a peace ambassador and to remember what it is like to be human. He tells us that peace is already inside of each of us. His message is clear, to have peace you must know yourself. When you feel peace you are more alive than ever before.
It is about a human being being at their peak performance. Peace is a feeling and a passion for being alive. Life is an incredible opportunity that we will never get back again. We need to align ourselves with the peace within by finding the light in yourself. When the light turns on, it helps you to see what is around you and find clarity. The central point is to live authentically with who you are.
The great excuse is to say I do not have what I need, when the truth is that all you need is already within you. We are both good and bad at the same time. Who we become depends on what we focus on. Whatever you do the most you will get good at. Goodness is within each of us naturally.
Prem speaks about the two rules that apply to South Africa and to the world. The first rule is that the big fish eat the little fish in the rule of the jungle. The second rule is the civilized world where the big fish help the little fish. The wall between the two rules has been breached and the rule of the jungle overtakes civilized society. It is up to us to decide what we want in our lives.
The change begins with you and your decisions. Civilization has fallen and it will take time and patience for people to repair it and slowly perpetuate goodness. Acknowledging the good happening in the world is a small step forward. It depends on us to be our own angel and to make the change we hope to see in the world.