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Breakfast Seva in Huntsville, Alabama

Owen’s House of the Huntsville - Downtown Rescue Mission, a Homeless Shelter served breakfast consisting of Grits, Bagels, Milk and Coffee to seventy-five people between 6:00 AM and 7:30 AM on September 20, 2018.


The breakfast service began with a Bible Verse and exhortation for all, to truly love one another. A spirit of love prevails between the staff, volunteers, and homeless shelter residents, including both women and children at Huntsville, Alabama, USA’s Owen’s House. Volunteers inspired the residents to keep moving forward and do the best they could, and the residents in turn reciprocated by being hopeful and grateful. Children were gleefully playing, eager to attend school and learn new things. Staff members were optimistic about the work being done there to help the residents, who vary in age, to get back on their feet.

This facility has state-of-the-art security and reinforced walls to keep the residents safe from outsiders and the elements, providing shelter and reassurance for them.

The hopes of Sai devotees in this region and throughout the nation - for the world and for the United States - is steadily growing. Bhagawan’s initiatives, be it Sai Ashraya in America or the school projects in Karnataka, have been carefully designed to help women gain an education, because often members of this gender have proven to be the more responsible of the two. The possibility of saving whole families from generations of impoverishment is something Bhagawan is acting swiftly to make manifest. Enthusiasm and partnership across America is helping to multiply the gathering momentum that will lead to societal transformation. Bhagawan seems eager to ensure that no child or mother or woman is left behind, in the process.

Take a look at the Owen’s House logo. One might see the Divine Mother Sai holding the hands of her two children, India and America. Jai Sai Ram!

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