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Global Mother Divine Organization celebrates Mother's Day
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9 May 2010
The Global Mother Divine Organization* in the United States celebrated Mother's Day with two special events for ladies in the community in Fairfield and Maharishi Vedic City, Iowa, on Saturday 8 May.
The afternoon event, 'Celebrating Mother's Day in the context of studying the Bhagavad-Gita', was offered in the Fairfield Ladies' Peace Palace. Ladies in the community were invited to join the regular ongoing Saturday Bhagavad-Gita study course conducted by Dr Judy Booth. Dr Booth was joined by Raj Rajeshwaris** and the National Director of the Global Mother Divine Organization for the United States.
In the evening, the Maharishi University of Management Women's Institute was inaugurated in the Argiro Student Center on the MUM campus. The programme included a celebration of the nourishing role of mother, with the video of an address by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace, on Mother's Day in 1976.
This event was co-sponsored by the Global Mother Divine Organization Foundation of Culture, and featured entertainment by an indigenous Hawaiian mother who presented the knowledge and tradition of sacred Hawaiian dance.
* 'Mother Divine' refers to the nourishing, evolutionary power of Natural Law lively within all of creation and within the silent consciousness of everyone. The Global Mother Divine Organization, established in December 2007, is the ladies' wing of the Global Country of World Peace.
** Raj Rajeshwaris—Mothers of the World from the Sovereign Domain of Consciousness—are the Administrators of the Global Mother Divine Organization.
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