THE BEACON OF LIGHT
POWERED BY 5 PVAF SCHOLARS
One of the prayers of PVAF Gujraat Education Program
is that it will produce LEADERS OF
TOMORROW in the communities of the 5 PVAF SCHOLARS who are studying
to earn their university degrees through the mentoring and financial help of the
volunteers of PVAF.....
These young leaders will be empowered to LEAD OTHERS
TO ENLIGHTENMENT THROUGH EDUCATION.....But every one must lead
oneself....as per the following thought from Thomas Easely:
"An individual human body is a self-organizing system. There is no
leader in the body, not one single cell, gene, system, or organ that leads the
rest. All the body’s parts work as a whole and not as parts in search of a
whole. The degree to which man will evolve will be measured by man’s ability
to wean himself of the illusion of leadership."
PVAF prays that the PVAF's first 5 scholars will show the truth
of the above thought to their siblings and parents to uplift the entire family
from the suffering of poverty...and thus become a light beacon to others in
THE LIGHT BEACON OF
THAT REMOVES POVERTY.....
To enlighten YOURSELF more on the topic of leadership
please click on the next line to read the article submitted for publication
by SRii Tejas Jayantibhai Mehta of Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada from which the above quote has been extracted......
Learn to Lead from
THOMAS M EASLEY
at defines a gathering of individuals as a religious organization? Belief? If
so, why is a belief in God defined as a religion whereas a belief in free
enterprise is not? Should all beliefs be defined as religious and all that is
believed in, defined as God? If they do, are we free to assume that all who
believe are equal in their belief and equally illuminated by the presence of
Those who create and support a free enterprise entity do so because they believe
they will benefit from that organization. Equally, believers in God maintain
their belief because to do so benefits them. So there is no distinction between
those who believe in a divine being, a country, family, gang, group, cult or
The adage that “all men are created equal” is wholly applicable when taken to
mean that all men believe and all believers aspire to glorify the subject of
belief. Then why do we disagree to the point of violent conflict when the
subject of belief for one man differs from that of another?
We often disagree because leaders and subjects of belief are not regarded as
equal in their capacity to bestow benefit upon the believer. A belief in God,
for some, has more value than a belief in atheism or family, for instance. All
organized bodies are similar — whether they are defined as religions,
corporations, political parties, sports leagues or environmental movements —
because they are created by the need for benefit. Also, they are sustained by
leaders who strive to regulate social norms through manipulation of belief and
the eventual control of food, water, shelter and property, the hereditary and
archetypical roots of man’s power.
The greater the perceived religious or spiritual value a subject of belief has,
the more intense its imaginative interpretation and vulner-ability to
manipulation by corrupt leadership. Any belief renders the believer malleable in
the hands of group leaders and equally subject to harsh reprimand if he doubts
the supremacy of his group identity and his behaviour contradicts the prevailing
behavioural standards dictated by the subject of belief.
Behavioural regulation is essential to an organi- sation’s vitality and its
longevity. In the absence of rules and its conformity there can be no cohesive
group identity, no repetitive standards upon which to attach acceptance of group
morality, no means of securing loyalty and no justification for leaders to
assume possession of the believer’s will, his indivi-dual identity and his
A believer needs no proof of the existence of what is believed in. He will make
no separation between himself, his belief, and the subject of belief. He will
defend “the faith”, see non-believers as less pure, less moral and less right.
Any challenge to his belief is a challenge to him, a direct affront to his
‘God’. He becomes one with his group and perfectly programmed to defend the
We fight because we follow. Were all men leaders with none to follow,
differences in the subject of belief would not evoke conflict as each man would
feel the gain and loss of every other man. Belief in leadership would then
An individual human body is a self-organising system. There is no leader in the
body, not one single cell, gene, system, or organ that leads the rest. All the
body’s parts work as a whole and not as parts in search of a whole. The degree
to which man will evolve will be measured by man’s ability to wean himself of
the illusion of leadership.