खिस्त जयंती : आशा और करुणा का उत्सव

f[kzLr t;Urh: vk’kk ,oa d:.kk dk mRlo
डॉ फादर डेविस जॉर्ज
iksi Qzkafll  us dqN yksxksa ls iwNk **vkids fy, f[kzLr t;Urh dk D;k egRo gS** mUgkasus dgk esjs fy, f[kzLr t;Urh vk'kk ,oa d:.kk dh fu'kkuh gSA f[kzLr t;Urh vk'kk ,oa d:.kk dk mRlo gSA vk'kk D;kasfd gekjk eqfDrnkrk gedks n.M nsus ugha ij gekjk m)kj djus vk;kA vk'kk D;kasfd ;s'kq gS ,Eekuq,y ftldk vFkZ gS& bZ'oj gekjs lkFk gSA vk'kk D;ksafd bZ'oj us dgk fd lalkj ds var rd og gekjs lkFk jgasxsA 'kCn us 'kjhj /kkj.k dj gekjs chp fuokl fd;k geus mldh efgek ns[khA ( Jn 1:14) d:.kk D;ksafd bZ'oj us vius dks ,d dksey cPps ds :Ik eas lalkj dks fn;kA d:.kk D;ksafd bZ'oj us viuk izse ,oa d:.kk dks lalkj ds fc>M+s gq, yksxkas ij mMsy fn;k] bZ'oj us vius jkT; esa ukdsnkj ,oa ifrrk dks Hkh veaf=r fd;k A bZ'oj ekuoh; t:jrksa ds izfr laosnu'khy Fks] og vkxs vk;s vkSj mUgksaus Li'kZ dj bl fc[kjs lalkj dks iw.kZ dj fn;kA f[kzLr t;Urh ij bZ'oj euq"; dks <Waw<+ jgs gSa ukdh euq"; bZ'oj dksA ge ifo= ckbZcy eas i<+rs gSa bZ'oj vkne vkSj gok dks <wWa<+rs gSa tc mUgksusa iki fd;k Fkk **izHkq&bZ'oj us vkne ls iqdkj dj dgk] rqe dgkWa gks\ (Gen 3:9)A f[kzLr t;Urh dk lans'k gS vius yksxkas ds e?; esa bZ'oj dk vkxeuA izHkq] bt+jkby dk bZ'oj mlus viuh iztk dh lq/k yh gS vkSj mldk m)kj fd;k gSA (Lk:1:60).

D;k vki lcls ?kukM~; O;fDr dks tkurs gSa\ og tks tsV Iysu dks cqd dj ldrs gaS ;k oks tks tsV Iysu dks [kjhn ldrs gaS] ;k oks tks ,;jykbZu ds ekfyd gaSA ij bZ’kq elhg vkdk'k dk ekfyd gSA ckbZfcy esa fy[kk gS fd **og ?kuoku Fkk** ;g dFku rc dk gS tc mUgksaus LoxZ/kke NksM+ dj i`Foh ij tUe fy;kA  vki yksx vius euksHkkoksa dks bZlk elhg ds euksHkkoksa ds vuqlkj cuk ysaA og okLro esa bZ’oj Fks vkSj mudks iwjk vf/kdkj Fkk fd og bZ’oj dh cjkcjh djsaaA  fQj Hkh mUgksaus nkl dk :i /kkj.k dj rFkk euq";ksa ds leku cu dj vius dks nhu&ghu cuk fy;kA vkSj mUgksaus euq"; dk :i /kkj.k djus ds ckn ej.k rd] gkWa dzwl ij ej.k rd] vkKkdkjh cu dj vius dks vkSj Hkh nhu cuk fy;kA  blfy, bZ’oj us mUgsa egku~ cuk;k vkSj mudks og uke iznku fd;k] tks lc ukeksa esa Js"B gS] ftlls bZlk dk uke lqu dj vkdk’k] i`Foh rFkk v/kksykd ds lc fuoklh ?kqVus VsdsaA vkSj firk dh efgek ds fy, lc yksx ;g Lohdkj djsa fd bZlk elhg izHkq gSaA¼Phil 2:5-11½

       og nhu cuk;k x;k ugha] og nhu cukA ;g gekjs lkFk Hkh gksrk gS] ge ifjfLFk;ksa ds dkj.k nhu ghu cu tkrs gS A ijUrq og nhu ghu Lo;a cuk A mlus lg"kZ ?kukM~; LoxZ dks NksM+ i`Foh ij nhu cu dj vk;kA bZ'oj euq"; cu x;kA igys f[kzLr t;Urh ij opu us nsg /kkj.k fd;kA nsg /kkj.k dk vFkZ gS nsg esa gksuk] bZ'oj us euq"; nsg vksM+ yhaA csRysge es ;gh gqvkA bZ'oj us LoxZ ls i= ugha Hkstk u gh mUgksaus ,syku fd;k ij mUgksaus og fd;k tks ge le> ldsA og euq"; ds tSls nhu cu x;k vkSj euq"; ls dgk eSa rqEgsa izse djrk gwWaA  ge ,slk ugha djrs ge izsl dkUQsjsUl cqykrs] Vh oh LV'ku ij Qksu djrs izsl ,tsUV dks cqykrs] fVfdV Niokrs ftlls iwjs lalkj dks irk py tk,A ij bZ'oj ds dk;Z vn~Hkqr gS og gS f[kzLr t;Urh dk mís';A og vk, dh ge ghu ?kuoku cu tk,a] C.S. Lewis ds vuqlkj **bZ'oj dk iq= bUlku cuk fd euq"; ds iq= bZ'oj ds iq= cu tk,A f[kzLr t;Urh bZ'oj ds ân; ls mRiUu gqbZ ;s rc iwjh gksxh tc euq"; ds ân; rd igWaqpsxhA**  vki lHkh dks fdzlel t;arh ds ioZ ij gkfnZd 'kqHkdkeuk,WaA

What does Christmas mean for you?

What does Christmas mean for you?
Dr. Fr. Davis George
Pope Francis asked, “What does Christmas mean for you?”  He said, “For me Christmas is hope and tenderness...”  Christmas is celebration of hope and tenderness.  Hope, because we have a Saviour who has come not to condemn the world but to save the world. Hope, because Jesus is Emmanuel, God with us. “The word became flesh and dwelt among us.” (Jn 1:14)Hope, because he has told us that he will be with us to the end of days. Tenderness, because he emptied himself and became a tender child. Tenderness, because he showed compassion and love to the most neglected people; welcomed sinners, tax collectors and prostitutes into his kingdom.  He was sensitive to human needs; reached out, touched and healed the broken world. Christmas is God seeking man more than man seeking God. We read in the Bible God seeking Adam and Eve, even after disobeying him; God asked, “Where are you?” (Gen 3:9) Christmas has always been about this; contemplating the visit of God to his people. God has visited his people and redeemed.(Lk 1:60)
Who is the richest person you have ever known?  The Average Rich fly first class. The Medium Rich charter a jet. The Super Rich own the jet. The Incredibly Rich own the airline.  But Jesus Christ owns the skies. The Bible says, “He was rich.” It is speaking of what he had before he left heaven to come to earth. (Phil 2:1-11) The Bible says that all the glory of God radiates from him (Heb 1:3). It also says that all things hold together in him (Col 1:17). It also says that by him were all things created (Col 1:16). And before he was born, he was the Mighty God and the Father of Eternity (Is 9:6).
He became poor. Not, He was made poor. That’s what happens to us. We are made poor by circumstances. But he himself, of his own free will, became poor. That’s something we would never do. He voluntarily gave up the riches of heaven for the poverty of earth. He who was richer than any man has ever been; gave it up freely and became poorer than any man has ever been.
 At the first Christmas Word became flesh.  The phrase “became flesh” really means to wrap yourself in flesh. It has the idea of God wrapping himself in human flesh. That’s what happened at Bethlehem. It was God entering the human race in the form of a man.  That is what God did. He didn’t mail a letter or shout from heaven. He did the one thing we could understand. God himself came down and entered the human race. He became poor like us so that forever we would hear him saying, “I love you.”

We wouldn’t have done it that way. We’d schedule a press conference, call the TV stations, hire a press agent, have a parade, call in the dignitaries, sell tickets, make a big deal so all the world could see.   But God’s ways are different, more profound and awesome.  Immanuel—God with us.  Here is the purpose of Christmas. He came so that we who were poor might become rich.  C.S. Lewis said it this way: “The Son of God became a son of man in order that the sons of men might become the sons of God.”  Christmas began in the heart of God; it is complete only when it reaches the hearts of men.    Happy Christmas.

Christmas Greeting Card 2014

Christmas Headlines

Dear Friends,
Jesus came into this world to reach out, touch and heal the broken world.  His presence made a big difference in the history of the world.  He transformed the lives of all those who believed in him.  He wants to make a difference in your life too.  May Jesus be born in your heart during the season of Christmas.  May I share the headlines of 2014?
It was spiritually enriching for me as I preached Retreat for the Deacons of Oriens Theological College at Jesuit Novitiate, Shillong from 6th to 12th Feb. 2014.  I was happy to be a resource person in Annual Conference of National Commission for Minorities on 13th Jan. 2014 in Delhi.  Conducted Leadership Seminar for FMM Superiors at Jabalpur from 26th to 27th Apr. 2014; Symposium on ‘Family Apostolate’ at St. Albert’s College, Ranchi for the Staff , Students, Priests and Religious including Telesphore Cardinal Toppo on  21st Aug. 2014; Seminar on ‘Teachers are facilitators of learning and agents of Social Change’ organized by Government Model Science College, Jabalpur on 20th  Sept. 2014; Seminar on ‘Quality in Teaching and Learning Process’ for all the Principals and Provincials of JMJ Congregation at Raipur on 20th Oct. 2014; seminar for Principals and Managers of Catholic Schools at Vadodara, Gujarat from 27th to 29th  Oct. 2014.  It had been a great privilege this year again to be part of the NAAC Peer Team to visit Sri Sarada College for Women (Autonomous), Salem, Tamil Nadu from 17th to 19th   Feb. 2014, Firoz Gandhi Memorial Government College, Hisar, Haryana from 28th to 30th Aug. 2014, Govt. College, Suratgarh, Rajasthan from 11th to 13th Sept. 2014 and Mock Peer Team visit at RDVV, Jabalpur from 08th to 10th Dec. 2014.  I would like to place on record my deep sense of gratitude to Mr. Stanley Samuel, Founder & CEO – ECOSOFTT for erecting and commissioning Onsite Wastewater Treatment System, the first of its kind in India, at SAIT campus on 22nd Sept. 2014.
St. Aloysius Institute of Technology is in its 6th year now with EC, CE, ME, CSE, EX, MCA and Polytechnic Diploma in Mechanical and Civil Engineering.  I am pleased to inform you that from 2015 we are starting one more branch in Polytechnic Diploma in Electrical.  You are welcome to send students for B.E., MCA and Polytechnic Diploma.  Students who have completed 10th Class are eligible for admission in Polytechnic studies for 3 years after which they may go for direct employment or join in the 2nd year of the engineering course (Lateral Entry). Both for B.E. and Diploma Courses S.T. /S.C. and OBC students will get Government Scholarships from their respective State Governments. Also bank loan facilities are available.  I shall be grateful to you if you could encourage students to join SAIT with the State of the Art infrastructure and experienced teachers.  You may visit our websites: www.saitjbp.org and www.frdavis.in for further information.  
Please accept my sincere love and gratitude for what you have been to me in 2014; I solicit your blessings for 2015. May Jesus walk with you each day of 2015.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.   

Davis George 

Governing Body Meeting on 26-Nov-2014

Christmas Wishes by Akhil C. Nair

Dear Fr. Davis,

Got Your Christmas Wishes. Its so Touching to know that I am still not Forgotten and Continue to be in your Prayers.The Year has been really good for me and all thanks to your blessings with my parents' prayers.  i shall say that all the love and affection that i have got my teachers and fellow mates are leading my path and keep me blessed in all possible ways. 

I was thinking of writing to you from very long but due to some constraints couldn't. 

I'd like to share some good news with you father. I was recently awarded in a big forum in GENPACT for 'Service Excellence and Workmanship', Where Global Operating Leader of GE Capital Mr. Greg White & Chief Operating Leader Mrs Lorna Snedon Awarded me for my Exemplary Performance and the efforts that i put in towards demonstration of the Company Values. ( I will soon send you some photos of the same).

Another Achievement has been that I have been promoted as the 'UNIVERSAL COACH' for GE CAPITAL ( Australia & New Zealand ). The fact that I am the Youngest ever to become a Universal Coach in Genpact makes me feel proud to be a product of the St. Aloysius Family . I am responsible for the training of the new hires and introducing them into the mainstream business & my heart fills with joy when i tell them about my college and the love i got from there.

All of what i am is because of the motivation i got form you, Dr. R. C. Ghai and my parents and all i learned from my brief stay in St. Aloysius College & SAIT and I am sure that i will continue to get all your love and affection and blessings always & wherever i am. 

Kindly pass on this message of Gratitude to Dr. R.C. Ghai as well because he is another person who has kept my hopes and trust high during my tough times. Words wont be enough to describe the AIM given to me by Both of you. Also do pass my Heartfelt wishes to everyone at SAIT  who were a part of shaping my life  SAIT. 

A word for my Junior Students, " Tough times do come in ones life, it is upto us how we take it.. whether the tough times make us or break us. All we need is a Pair of hands to shape us up and you guys being in St. Aloysius are in right hands. All we need is to work ourselves out, success wont come to you.. you have to find it and it is not easy. This world works on the principle that Fr. Davis always tells us... Survival of the Fittest and you really have to be the strongest to survive. My good Wishes" 

Please stay in touch Fr. Davis. And may God always bestow upon You all the riches of the world. Keep my family and me in your prayers always.

Hoping to hear from you soon, 

Thanks & Regards
Akhil C Nair

CCG Annual Prize Distribution


  1. "Discipline is the refining fire by which talent becomes ability."  ~ Roy L. Smith
  2. “Proactive always and you will emerge as a leader.” ~ Davis George
  3. 50."Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat."  ~ Sun Tzu
  4. “Leadership is not dictatorship or hegemony, but building the team to achieve the goal.” ~ Davis George
  5. "It is more important to know where you are going than to get there quickly. Do not mistake activity for achievement."  ~ Mabel Newcomber
  6. “Motivation is the key. Learn to use it effectively.” ~ Davis George
  7. "There is never enough time to do everything, but there is always enough time to do the most important thing."  ~ Brian Tracy
  8. “Teachers are life transformers in the real sense.” ~ Davis George
  9. ”Perception is strong and sight weak. In strategy it is important to see distant things as if they were close and to take a distanced view of close things.”  ~ Miyamoto Musashi
  10. “Teachers would always remain catalysts and facilitators.” ~ Davis George
  11. "Commitment is the igniter of momentum."   ~ Attributed to Peg Wood
  12. “Without students there is no institution.” ~ Davis George
  13. "Only when we are no longer afraid do we begin to live." ~ Dorothy Thompson
  14. “Caterpillar to butterfly. That process of transformation is education.” ~ Davis George
  15. "One man with courage makes a majority." ~ Andrew Jackson
  16. “Leadership through relationship, unbeatable path to success.” ~ Davis George
  17. "Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now."  ~ Alan Lakein
  18. “Leadership through example, the easiest way to get around.” ~ Davis George
  19. "Without leaps of imagination, or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning." ~ Gloria Steinem
  20. “Youth, power house of energy, reservoir of talents, beauty unspeakable.” ~ Davis George
  21. "Good fortune is what happens when opportunity meets with planning." ~ Thomas Edison
  22. “Love is still the magic wand for the youth, genuine love and affection, much needed and less found.” ~ Davis George
  23. "Years wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul."  ~ Douglas MacArthur
  24. “Music and dance, sports and games, Rangoli and paintings, creative writing and public speaking, desire for leadership and influence, all in abundance in   the youth. All they need is acknowledgement and recognition. And they excel.” ~ Davis George
  25. "A good system shortens the road to the goal." ~ Orison Swett Marden
  26. “Soft skills gives them the competitive edge.” ~ Davis George
  27. "Management works in the system; Leadership works on the system."  ~ Stephen Covey
  28. “Help them to discover the power in their wings and strength in their roots.” ~ Davis George
  29. "Leaders take eagles and teach them to fly in formation."   ~ D. Wayne Calloway
  30. “We do not want to produce selfish intellectual giants.” ~ Davis George
  31. No one can whistle a symphony. It takes an orchestra to play it."   ~ H.E. Luccock


  1. “If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters. Excellence is not an exception, it is a prevailing attitude."  ~ Colin Powell
  2. “Habits can make or break one's life. Review you habits.” ~ Davis George
  3. "Excellence is to do a common thing in an uncommon way."  ~ Booker T. Washington
  4. “Only one person can change you, and that person's name is YOU.” ~ Davis George
  5. "No man ever reached to excellence in any one art or profession without having passed through the slow and painful process of study and preparation."  ~ Horace
  6. “It is better to build children than to repair people. Teachers and Parents must make time for it.” ~ Davis George
  7. "I would rather excel others in the knowledge of what is excellent than in the extent of my powers and dominion."  ~ Alexander the Great
  8. “You are born to win. No one can stop you except yourself.” ~ Davis George
  9. "Paint a masterpiece daily. Always autograph your work with excellence." ~ Greg Hickman
  10. “You are unique. He has created you in his image. You have God particle in you.” ~ Davis George
  11. "The secret of joy in work is contained in one word - excellence. To know how to do something well is to enjoy it." ~ Pearl Buck
  12. “Ignite the big dream; you are born for greater things.” ~ Davis George
  13. "The quality of a person's life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor." ~ Vince Lombardi
  14. “Don't stoop down. Don look down on others. You will save energy for yourself.” ~ Davis George
  15. “Celebrate life. You have only one life to live.” ~ Davis George
  16. “There is no power on earth that can neutralize the influence of a high, simple, and useful life." ~ Booker T. Washington
  17. “Self discipline is the best discipline.” ~ Davis George
  18. “He is greatest whose strength carries up the most hearts by the attraction of his own." ~ Henry Ward Beecher
  19. “They can because they think they can; you can because you think you can. Thinking makes the difference.” ~ Davis George
  20. "Into the hands of every individual is given a marvelous power for good or evil - the silent, unconscious, unseen influence of his life. This is simply the constant radiation of what man really is, not what he pretends to be." ~ William George Jordan
  21. “East or west Aloysians are the best.” ~ Davis George
  22. "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." ~ Margaret Mead
  23. “You are second to none.” ~ Davis George
  24. “One-half of knowing what you want is knowing what you must give up before you get it.”  ~ Sidney Howard
  25. “After the night there comes the dawn, always.” ~ Davis George
  26. “You must pay the price if you wish to secure the blessing.”  ~ Andrew Jackson
  27. “Find a reason to appreciate the other person. You will make his day.” ~ Davis George
  28. "The first and best victory is to conquer self."  ~ Plato


  1. “Be in His presence; seek his face; be radiant with his light.” ~ Davis George
  2. “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”  ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
  3. “We may fumble, falter, fail and fall if we don't hold on to him.” ~ Davis George
  4. “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.”  ~ Abraham Lincoln
  5. “Focus on the essentials of your job; if you fail here you will have no significance.” ~ Davis George
  6. “The more you have, the more you are occupied, the less you give.”  ~ Mother Teresa
  7. “Don't be like the donkey who thought  people were shouting Hosannas for him when Jesus was sitting on him.” ~ Davis George
  8. “The ink of a scholar is more sacred than blood of a martyr.”  ~ Muhammad
  9. “More than toys and gifts, give your time to your children, they will grow up in the right path; if not you are sure to lose them on the way.” ~ Davis George
  10. “It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.”  ~ William Blake
  11. “Community without Communication is an illusion.” ~ Davis George
  12. “Happiness is not something readymade.  It comes from your own actions.”  ~ Dalai Lama XIV
  13. “Quality of your communication will determine the quality of your relationship.” ~ Davis George
  14. Care for each other's feelings;  otherwise sooner than later we will not care for each other.” ~ Davis George
  15. House is built by bricks and mortar; Home is built by hearts. Don't lose your heart on the way. You will lose your home.” ~ Davis George
  16. Make your home a sanctuary- the sacred space where the divine resides and where birds/wild animals feel protected as in a bird/ wild life  sanctuary.” ~ Davis George
  17. Altruism can build communities without counting the cost.” ~ Davis George
  18. The joy of giving has to be taught to children and practiced by parents and elders to build a better world.” ~ Davis George
  19. Freedom and accountability will go hand in hand to make our children feel responsible.” ~ Davis George
  20. Your mind is the generator of failure, and also the generator of success.”  ~ Remez Sasson
  21. The art of learning is more important to life than just getting grades and degrees. Teach our students how to learn.” ~ Davis George
  22. Teach them to win as well as lose; teach them to understand win-win situation.  Teach them the art of living more than mere subjects.” ~ Davis George
  23. Maximize your potential and minimize your weakness. Success will follow.” ~ Davis George
  24. Introspection will lead you to self discovery. You be your best friend and you will be at ease with others.” ~ Davis George
  25. It is better to build the children than to repair people.” ~ Davis George
  26. Catch them doing right and not doing wrong.” ~ Davis George
  27. Every morning brings new opportunities and new possibilities.” ~ Davis George
  28. There is power in positive thinking.” ~ Davis George
  29. When you are depressed, dissolutioned plug into God and listen to Him.” Davis George
  30. Work like a donkey during your college days and you will live like a king rest of your life.” ~ Davis George
  31. Purpose driven life is the only key to meaningful life.” ~ Davis George


  1. Secrecy without reason breeds suspicion; transparency elicits commitment.  ~ Davis George
  2. Flattery is the weapon of the week; you can thrive with this for a short while.  ~ Davis George
  3. As a tree is judged by its fruits: you too will be judged by the way you have built your team and achieved the goals.  ~ Davis George
  4. Parameters of assessment should be made public and equally applied to all constituents and every stake holder should have a say in it. Then the organization would improve.  ~ Davis George
  5. Quality and not mere quantity should be the decisive factor in the final analysis.  ~ Davis George
  6. Total Quality Management (TQM) is to be instilled at each step and you will have quality products.  ~ Davis George
  7. For compunction of heart we need to puncture the ego.  ~ Davis George
  8. Get out of the ego zone.  ~ Davis George
  9. Addiction to one's comfort zone has stalled many a significant achievement.  ~ Davis George
  10. Significance is more important than mere success. Effectiveness is more important than mere efficiency.  ~ Davis George
  11. Give up or give in easiest thing to do. Anyone can quit. Quitters never win and winners never quit.  ~ Davis George
  12. Virtuous in arduo, Virtue in striving. Keep striving, stretching, challenging oneself. You will build better nerves and stronger muscles.  ~ Davis George
  13. Resolving conflicts with mutual respect and understanding will have lasting impact.  ~ Davis George
  14. Fill your emotional tank within with love, and then only you can run your life.  ~ Davis George
  15. Self esteem has to be built up step by step by self affirmation and then only you will be able to esteem others and appreciate others.  ~ Davis George
  16. Let go; do not cling on to the past. Move on. God has greater plans.   ~ Davis George
  17. Kindness can be felt by everyone. You lose nothing by being kind instead you stand to gain good will and blessings.  ~ Davis George
  18. Every saint has a past and every sinner a future and all of us have the present.  ~ Davis George
  19. The measure of greatness is not the number of servants you have, but the number of people you serve cheerfully.   ~ Davis George
  20. After Autumn comes Spring; after night comes the dawn; Look for new sprouts, new shoots, buds, flowers and fruits. Nature is awesome. Celebrate life  ~ Davis George
  21.  Nature is the best teacher.  Look around and learn to live.  ~ Davis George
  22.  Survival of the fittest is the unchangeable law of creation; don’t defy, keep fit lest you regret and it is too late.  ~ Davis George
  23.  The only person who can tell you is the truth is the person you see in the mirror.  ~ Davis George
  24.  Awareness can teach you many a lesson. Grow in awareness and life will unfold itself.  ~ Davis George
  25.  Prayer is talking to God; Meditation is listening to God. If only you learn to listen, he will show you the way.  ~ Davis George
  26.  Anxiety, fear and tension will melt away in the stillness of your soul and the silence of the heart. Learn to be still and silent.  ~ Davis George
  27.  Be in His presence; seek his face; be radiant with his light.  ~ Davis George
  28.  We may fumble, falter, fail and fall if we don't hold on to him.  ~ Davis George
  29.  Focus on the essentials of your job; if you fail here you will have no significance.  ~ Davis George
  30.  Don't be like the donkey who thought people were shouting Hosannas for him when Jesus was sitting on him.  ~ Davis George

Inspirational quotes from Dr. Fr. Davis George and others to give you wisdom and insight (December)

  1. More than toys and gifts, give your time to your children, they will grow up in the right path; if not you are sure to lose them on the way.  ~Davis George
  2. Community without Communication is an illusion.  ~Davis George
  3. Quality of your communication will determine the quality of your relationship.  ~Davis George
  4. Care for each other's feelings; otherwise sooner than later we will not care for each other.  ~Davis George
  5. House is built by brick and mortar; Home is built by hearts. Don't lose your heart on the way. You will lose your home.  ~Davis George
  6. Make your home a sanctuary- the sacred space where the divine resides and where birds/wild animals feel protected as in a bird/ wild life sanctuary.  ~Davis George
  7. Altruism can build communities without counting the cost.  ~Davis George
  8. The joy of giving has to be taught to children and practiced by parents and elders to build a better world.  ~Davis George
  9. Freedom and accountability will go hand in hand to make our children feel responsible.  ~Davis George
  10. When asked bees replied that they were not sad that humans steal honey, the fruits of their hard work, as human cannot take the art of making honey from them. ??
  11. The art of learning is more important to life than just getting grades and degrees. Teach our students how to learn.  ~Davis George
  12. Teach them to win as well as lose; teach them to understand win-win situation.  Teach them the art of living more than mere subjects.  ~Davis George
  13. Maximize your potential and minimize your weakness. Success will follow.  ~Davis George
  14. Introspection will lead you to self discovery. You be your best friend and you will be at ease with others.  ~Davis George
  15. Passion for Christ and compassion for others is the hall mark of growing in holiness.  ~Davis George
  16. Every day comes with new opportunities and challenges.   ~Davis George
  17. Imagination is more important than knowledge ~Davis George.
  18. When passion is on the throne, reason is out of doors.  ~Davis George
  19. The days of comparison and a competition are over; only collaboration and cooperation would work.  ~Davis George
  20. What matters is not what you have accumulated in life, but what have you become in life - more compassionate, loving and forgiving or more self-centred and selfish.  ~Davis George 
  21. Ego is a big monster which can consume my inner self.   ~Davis George
  22. Your own obituary notice can bring paradigm shift in your life.  Write and read aloud your own obituary notice. You will never be the same.  ~Davis George
  23. Even the eagles need a push.  ~Davis George
  24. On the last day, we would be asked to give an account of the time and talents given by God and not the rituals performed and the pilgrimages made.
  25. It is better to build the children than to repair people.  ~Davis George
  26. Every morning brings new opportunities and new possibilities.  ~Davis George
  27. There is power in positive thinking.  ~Davis George
  28. When you are depressed and dejected plug into God and listen to Him.   ~Davis George
  29. Work like a donkey during your college days and you will live like a king rest of your life.  ~Davis George
  30. Purpose driven life is the only key to meaningful life.  ~Davis George
  31. Count your blessings.  Attitude of gratitude for the innumerable blessings received this year will make you feel good and contented.



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Unleash the Power of Love

Love, the perennial source of inexhaustible and invisible power,
Hatred, the deadly poison that can paralyse the very being and becoming,
Indifference, the cause of slow but steady decay and death,
Self pity, the bottomless pit one can fall into that drains out the vital energy,
Living in the past makes one feel drugged, dizzy and dwarfed,
Takes away the joy of living, celebrating and accomplishing.
Cast away imaginary fears about tomorrow, live in the Now.
No more a slave to the past, bandaging the imaginary hurt feelings,
Gone with the wind, negative feelings and depressive thoughts,
Imagine and feel the real power of love that is in you and around you.

If only you love what you imagine, feel what you dream
The intangible would become tangible,
The invisible, visible and the impossible, possible,
Pump in love into your life, your dreams, your work.
Pain and anxiety would evaporate,
Frozen mind, blocks and blockages will melt down,
Unquenchable zest for life will dawn.   
Unleash the power of love within you,
Feel the unlimited energy bubbling within you,
Experience the passion for life within you,
Fan into flame the fire within you,
Feel the excitement, amazement, wonder at every step,
Explore the never ending possibilities,
Experience the ever widening opportunities,
Discover the potential within you,
Imagine, visualise, simulate what you want in life,
There is nothing impossible for the one, who believes,
Everything is possible for the one who can feel it with love,
Your dream would certainly come true.

Bill And Melinda Gates At Stanford

At the 123rd Stanford commencement held on June 15, philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates shared stories from their personal careers and emphasised on the importance of optimism and empathy in modern world.

…When Paul Allen and I started Microsoft, we wanted to bring the power of computers and software to the people -- and that was the kind of rhetoric we used.
One of the pioneering books in the field had a raised fist on the cover, and it was called Computer Lib.
At that time, only big businesses could buy computers. We wanted to offer the same power to regular people -- and democratise computing.
By the 1990s, we saw how profoundly personal computers could empower people. But that success created a new dilemma: If rich kids got computers and poor kids didn't, then technology would make inequality worse.
That ran counter to our core belief: Technology should benefit everybody. So we worked to close the digital divide.
I made it a priority at Microsoft, and Melinda and I made it an early priority at our foundation -- donating personal computers to public libraries to make sure everyone had access.
The digital divide was a focus of mine in 1997 when I took my first trip to South Africa.
I went there on business, so I spent most of my time in meetings in downtown Johannesburg.
I stayed in the home of one of the richest families in South Africa. It had only been three years since the election of Nelson Mandela marked the end of apartheid.
When I sat down for dinner with my hosts, they used a bell to call the butler.
After dinner, the men and women separated, and the men smoked cigars. I thought, "Good thing I read Jane Austen, or I wouldn't have known what was going on."
The next day I went to Soweto -- the poor township south-west of Johannesburg that had been a centre of the anti-apartheid movement.
It was a short distance from the city into the township, but the entry was sudden, jarring, and harsh. I passed into a world completely unlike the one I came from.
My visit to Soweto became an early lesson in how naive I was.
Microsoft was donating computers and software to a community center there -- the kind of thing we did in the United States.
But it became clear to me very quickly that this was not the United States.
I had seen statistics on poverty, but I had never really seen poverty.
The people there lived in corrugated tin shacks with no electricity, no water, no toilets. Most people didn't wear shoes; they walked barefoot along the streets.
Except there were no streets -- just ruts in the mud.
The community center had no consistent source of power, so they had rigged up an extension cord that ran about 200 feet from the center to a diesel generator outside.
Looking at the setup, I knew the minute the reporters and I left, the generator would get moved to a more urgent task, and the people who used the community center would go back to worrying about challenges that couldn't be solved by a PC.
When I gave my prepared remarks to the press, I said: "Soweto is a milestone. There are major decisions ahead about whether technology will leave the developing world behind. This is to close the gap."
As I was reading those words, I knew they were irrelevant.
What I didn't say was: "By the way, we're not focused on the fact that half a million people on this continent are dying every year from malaria. But we're sure as hell going to bring you computers."
Before I went to Soweto, I thought I understood the world's problems, but I was blind to the most important ones. I was so taken aback by what I saw that I had to ask myself, "Do I still believe that innovation can solve the world's toughest problems?"
I promised myself that before I came back to Africa, I would find out more about what keeps people poor.
Over the years, Melinda and I did learn more about the most pressing needs of the poor.
On a later trip to South Africa, I paid a visit to a hospital for patients with MDR-TB, or multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis, a disease with a cure rate of under 50 percent.
I remember that hospital as a place of despair.
It was a giant open ward with a sea of patients shuffling around in pajamas, wearing masks.
There was one floor just for children, including some babies lying in bed.
They had a little school for the kids who were well enough to learn, but many of the children couldn't make it, and the hospital didn't seem to know whether it was worth it to keep the school open.
I talked to a patient there in her early thirties.
She had been a worker at a TB hospital when she came down with a cough.
She went to a doctor, and he told her she had drug-resistant TB. She was later diagnosed with AIDS.
She wasn't going to live much longer, but there were plenty of MDR patients waiting to take her bed when she vacated it.
This was hell with a waiting list.
But seeing hell didn't reduce my optimism; it channelled it.
I got in the car and told the doctor who was working with us: "Yeah, I know. MDR-TB is hard to cure. But we should be able to do something for these people."
This year, we're entering phase three with a new TB drug regime.
For patients who respond, instead of a 50 percent cure rate after 18 months for $2,000, we could get an 80 to 90 per cent cure rate after six months for under $100.
That's better by a factor of a hundred.
Optimism is often dismissed as false hope. But there is also false hopelessness.
That's the attitude that says we can't defeat poverty and disease.
We absolutely can.
....Melinda Gates: Ten years ago, I travelled to India with friends.
On the last day there, I had a meeting with prostitutes.
I expected to talk to them about the risk of AIDS, but they wanted to talk to me about stigma.
Many of these women had been abandoned by their husbands, and that's why they'd gone into prostitution.
They were trying to make enough money to feed their children.
They were so low in the eyes of society that they could be raped and robbed and beaten by anyone -- even the police -- and nobody cared.
Talking to them about their lives was so moving to me.
But what I remember most was how much they wanted to touch me and be touched by me.
It was as if physical contact somehow proved their worth.
As I was leaving, we took a photo of all of us hand in hand.
Later that day, I spent some time in a home for the dying.
I walked into a large hall and saw rows and rows of cots.
Every cot was attended to except for one far off in the corner that no one was going near, so I decided to go over there.
The patient was a woman who seemed to be in her thirties. I remember her eyes.
She had these huge, brown, sorrowful eyes.
She was emaciated, on the verge of death. Her intestines weren't holding anything -- so the workers had put her on a cot with a hole cut out in the bottom, and everything just poured through into a pan below.
I could tell she had AIDS, both from the way she looked, and the fact that she was off in the corner alone.
The stigma of AIDS is vicious -- especially for women -- and the punishment is abandonment.
When I arrived at her cot, I suddenly felt completely and totally helpless.
I had absolutely nothing I could offer this woman.
I knew I couldn't save her, but I didn't want her to be alone.
So I knelt down with her and put a hand out, she grabbed my hand and wouldn't let go.
I couldn't speak her language, I couldn't think of what I should say to her.
I said "It's going to be okay. It's not your fault. It's not your fault."
Image: Bill and Melinda Gates at the 123rd Stanford Commencement on June 15.
Photographs: Courtesy stanford.edu

Image: Bill and Melinda Gates wore 'nerd' glasses to prove a point.

After spending some time with her, she started pointing to the rooftop.
She clearly wanted to go up and I realised that the sun was going down and what she wanted to do was go up on the rooftop and see the sunset.
The workers in this home for the dying were very busy and I said to them: Can we take her up on the rooftop?
No no, we have to pass out medicines.
So I waited for that to happen and I asked another worker and they said "No. No, we are too busy, we can't get her up there."
So finally I just scooped the woman up in my arms.
She was nothing more than skin over bones and I took her up to the rooftop and I found one of those plastic chairs that blows over in the light breeze.
I put her there, sat her down and put a blanket over her legs and she sat there facing to the west watching the sunset.
The workers knew, I made sure they knew she was up there so that they could bring her down later that evening after the sun went down.
And then I had to leave.
But she never left me.
I felt completely and totally inadequate in the face of this woman's death.
But sometimes it's the people that you can't help that inspire you the most.
I knew that those sex workers I met that morning could become the women I carried upstairs in the evening -- unless they found a way to defy the stigma that hung over their lives.
Over the past 10 years, our foundation has helped sex workers build support groups so they could empower each other to speak out for safe sex and demand that their clients use condoms.
Their brave efforts helped keep HIV prevalence low among sex workers, and a lot of studies show that is a big reason why the AIDS epidemic in India hasn't exploded.
When these sex workers gathered together to help stop AIDS transmission, something unexpected and wonderful happened.
The community they formed became a platform for everything.
They were able to set up speed-dial networks to respond to violent attacks.
Police and others who raped and robbed them couldn't get away with it any more.
The women set up systems to encourage savings.
They used financial services that helped some of them start businesses and leave sex work.
This was all done by people society considered the lowliest of the low.
Optimism, for me, isn't a passive expectation that things are going to get better; for me, it's a conviction that we can make things better -- that whatever suffering we see, no matter how bad it is, we can help people if we don't lose hope and if we don't look away.

Bill Gates: Over the next generation, you Stanford graduates will lead a new wave of innovation.
Which problems will you decide to solve?
If your world is wide, you can create the future we all want.
If your world is narrow, you may create the future the pessimists fear.
I started learning in Soweto that if we're going to make our optimism matter to everyone and empower people everywhere, we have to see the lives of those most in need.
If we have optimism without empathy -- then it doesn't matter how much we master the secrets of science, we're not really solving problems; we're just working on puzzles.
I think most of you have a broader worldview than I had at your age.
You can do better at this than I did.
If you put your hearts and minds to it, you can surprise the pessimists.
We're eager to see it.
Image: (LtoR)Dean for Religious Life at Stanford Rev Scotty McLennan, Stanford Provost John Etchemendy, philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates, and President John Hennessy at the commencement.

Melinda Gates: So let your heart break. It will change what you do with your optimism.
On a trip to South Asia, I met a desperately poor Indian woman who brought me her two small children and begged me: "Please take them home with you."
When I begged her for her forgiveness and said I could not, she said: "Then please take one."
On another trip, to South Los Angeles, I met a group of high school students from a tough neighbourhood when one young woman said to me: "Do you ever feel like we are the kids whose parents shirked their responsibilities, that we're just the leftovers?"
These women broke my heart -- and they still do. And the empathy intensifies if I admit to myself: "That could be me."
When I talk with the mothers I meet during my travels, there is no difference at all in what we want for our children. The only difference is our ability to provide it to our children.
So what accounts for that difference?
Bill and I talk about this with our own kids at the dinner table.
Bill worked incredibly hard and took risks and made sacrifices for success.
But there is another essential ingredient of success, and that is luck -- absolute and total luck!
When were you born? Who are your parents? Where did you grow up?
None of us earned these things. These things were given to us.
When we strip away all our luck and privilege and we consider where we'd be without them, it becomes much easier to see someone who's poor and sick and say "that could be me."
And that's empathy; it tears down barriers and it opens up new frontiers for optimism.
So here is our appeal to you all: As you leave Stanford, take all your genius and your optimism and your empathy and go change the world in ways that will make millions of people optimistic as well.
You don't have to rush. You have careers to launch and debts to pay, spouses to meet and marry. That's plenty enough for now.
But in the course of your lives, perhaps without any plan on your part, you'll see suffering that will break your heart.
When it happens, and it will, don't turn away from it.
That is the moment when change is born.
Congratulations and good luck to the class of 2014.
Image: Graduates at the commencement ceremony at Stanford University.