This quinquelemental universe is a relative truth, a changing reality, a passing phenomenon – a passing flow of constantly changing events. It rests on the three pillars of the relative factors – time, space and person. 

Space is always changing. 

It is composed of countless atoms and molecules. With the change in the movement of atoms and molecules, space also changes. That is why numerous rich and beautiful cities of the past are now buried under the earth. Many splendid palaces and mansions, many churches, temples, mosques and synagogues, and many pyramids have been reduced to rubble. With the constant change in the flow of time, how many major changes have occurred in the universe? 

Similarly, with the change in time and space, people also change. 

The only eternal truth is Parama Puruśa. 

He is anadi, beginningless, endless, all-pervasive; an entity beyond the scope of time, place and person. He is the only eternal, undecaying, imperishable, immutable entity. He is the Supreme Source from which the inanimate, plant and animal worlds have emerged. He is the starting-point and the culminating point of everything. Hence, wise people should utilize their physical, psychic and spiritual power to realize that Supreme Omni-Telepathic Entity to become one with Him.

Prápta Vákya and Ápta Vákya (Chapter 12)

Ananda Marga Philosophy in a Nutshell Part 4 

The change also follows in our sections, increasingly making room for collective construction with readers and dear pracarakas!

After the success of our #pracarinspirations section, which features amazing photos of our readers in some pracar activity, we made room for your text to be shared with the world about an event you attended in the #I was there section.

Therefore, in this edition, we start with a text from Radha (Rita Monte) that tells us a bit about her July trip to Denmark, to summer events at the Ananda Gaorii Master Unit.

We are also receiving letters from the readers for another new section: #your opinion.

So, if you have something to say about an article, something you have read and want to share your point of view, we are grateful for the opportunity to receive your comments.

Always remembering that the content should not contain illegal subjects, bringing them with due respect to all beings, with possible constructive criticism, compliments, addenda for a new discussion, finally, what you feel to share. With professionals in the field of journalism, the Journal also reserves the right to edit the materials to fit the size, highlighting the main message of your text!

And after the tremendous success of the #kiirtan for all section, it’s time to introduce the #Prabhat samgiita section, which will tell us some stories about these beautiful devotional songs!

Our Journal team is also constantly changing, and we would like to introduce you to how we are working right now! Missing those who have gone on new projects, new countries, new adventures, we are grateful that we have learned so much in this beautiful way of serving the pracarakas, inspiring, bringing tools and sharing beautiful stories!


Today we are:

Jayanti and Laksmii, our journalists, who work with love to think about each word of the text in order to bring something exciting and unique to you!

Iasodara, responsible for beautifying our posts, choosing the most beautiful and appropriate images in order to post our content on social media!

Jayati organizes and assembles the magazine with each issue, creating varied shapes and fonts in a beautiful and pleasant harmony for its reading, printing and free distribution!

Our team of translators: Devashish, Elena Bryan, Krsnakali, Kumudini, Mahadevii, and Ricardo Pérez Banega, who beyond translating the texts from Portuguese to English and Spanish, transfer emotions and the subtlety of messages. 

Liss Thane is our artist for incredible watercolors and infographics that facilitate communication and give form and color to the stories, mantras, and texts.

Hitendra contributes to everything that involves technology as well as reviewing texts with Mainjurii and Nirainjana.

Prashanti helps coordinate this entire team, collaborating with the Journal and orchestrating the details of what we have prepared to bring Baba’s philosophy to more people!

Feel like collaborating with the Journal? Have something to say about what we already wrote?

Write to us at and participate in building this vehicle to unite the pracarakas in Baba’s mission!

Let us all go together towards the unchanging goal, Parama Purusa!


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