Today, Prem Rawat is in a small Taiwanese city called Hualien.
Today, Prem Rawat is in a small Taiwanese city called Hualien. With a population of just 100,000, it's a place where the hotels provide loaner bicycles. I rode one from my hotel to the venue!
Today, Saturday, April 12th, was the first of a two-day public event. I sat beside a man who has been watching Words of Peace on TV. He felt honored to meet Prem Rawat in person.
Here are some highlights from his talk tonight:
He mentioned that there are clubs for millionaires, clubs for doctors, and clubs for pilots, but no one has started up a club for human beings.
Prem Rawat also stated that the least used set of tools are ears. People don't take the time to listen. Governments don't listen to people... and people don't listen to governments. Parents don't listen to their children... and children don't listen to their parents.
He ended by saying that what he is talking about is a 'living message for living people'.
It was another amazing talk that touched the hearts of the listeners in a way that was visible on their faces.