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Devotee Care Presentation Mayapur 2012


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Devotee Care Presentation Mayapur 2012

  1. 1. Sridham Mayapur 10th – 17th Feb
  2. 2. “Give them all facility to perfect their lives by protecting them and instructing them nicely, that is now the duty of my senior disciples.” - Letter to Karandhara - Delhi, 3 December, 1971.
  3. 3. Every devotee in ISKCON is to be provided with the spiritual, emotional, physical and social care they deserve as parts and parcels of Krsna according to Srila Prabhupada's instruction and example. This should be done on the personal and institutional level.
  4. 4. We strive to care for the spiritual, emotional, physical, a nd social well-being of the devotees of ISKCON. We want devotees to be encouraged, inspired, and empowered to be happy and make progress in Krsna consciousness, and thus be enthused to expand Srila Prabhupäda’s mission
  5. 5. We assist with the overall management and facilitation of the leaders of ISKCON in taking care of devotees who have dedicated their lives to Srila Prabhupada's movement.
  6. 6. Devotee Care – a definite need! Social (Community) Physical (Body) Emotional (Mind, Intelli gence & Ego) Spiritual (Soul)
  7. 7. The committee, based on the unique needs, has identified the above sections of our society that would receive the different levels of care. Caregivers Children & Youth Vaishnavis Brahmachari & Sannyasi Grhastha & Vanaprastha Elderly & Health Care
  8. 8. ED DD ZS DR TR STRUCTURE AGENCIES Temples Preaching Centers Congregational Directorates Farm Communities Ministries Affiliates
  9. 9. Invest in Care Happy Devotees More Devotees More Books (Distributed) Krishna is Pleased (More Lakshmi)
  10. 10.  Caring Vaishnava Leadership - (Vijay Venugopal Das & Premapadmini Devi)  Leaders identities, integrity and attitude towards assistants.  Leadership From Inside Out - (Sridama Das & Kishori Devi)  Leadership practices, pitfalls, dealings and right “association mix”.
  11. 11.  Essential Aspects of Caring Leadership - (Devaki Devi)  Leaders qualities as true well-wishing friend, compassion and self-interest in welfare of devotees. Leaders taking time to care for themselves.  Stories from Scriptures on Devotee Care - (Revati Raman Das)  Exploring nectar-filled episodes from various vaishnava traditions.
  12. 12. HG Vrajalila mathaji