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Prayer

Dear Lord our Holiness , we come to you.

With thanks we come to you, for again and again you have helped us.

Again and again you have let your light shine out on us so that we could be glad and know that our lives are in your hands.

Protect us on this earth, where it is so necessary. Protect us, hat the light of true life may shine more and more brightly and we may praise your name with our whole heart.

Be with us day/ night, O Lord, and touch our hearts with your Spirit. Om Shanthi Shanthi!

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GRACE

Dear Lord our Holiness , we come to you.

With thanks we come to you, for again and again you have helped us.

Again and again you have let your light shine out on us so that we could be glad and know that our lives are in your hands.

Protect us on this earth, where it is so necessary. Protect us, hat the light of true life may shine more and more brightly and we may praise your name with our whole heart.

Be with us day/ night, O Lord, and touch our hearts with your Spirit. Om Shanthi Shanthi!

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DGG

The Divine Mercy Prayer Group

The Divine Mercy Prayer Group (DMPG) was formed in Odisha in the year 2000 by the blessings of His Holiness Mahaperiyava of Kanchi with a few
ltruistic volunteers who work tirelessly to help all suffering humanity, be they young, old, destitute, infirm, enslaved, bonded, mentally or physically challenged, oor or rich. Directed by the ever-present spirit of His Holiness Maha Periyava, guided and supervised by Guruji Shri Mumbai Vijayan Swamigal, the team members have extended their helping hands all over India from Odisha and West Bengal in the east, Delhi and U.P. in the north, Gujarat in the west and Tamil Nadu in the south.

The origins of this stupendous service to humanity can be traced back to a sultry afternoon in 1997 near Paradip port in Odisha. Our Guruji was etracing the pada yatra (long jour ney by foot) undertaken by His Holiness Mahaperiyava. While walking on this path, he came to a small village inhabited mainly by dalits (untouchables).

He looked at the pitiable conditions of the villagers living in dire poverty, a majority of
whom lacked even the very basic necessities of life. Moved by their condition, Guruji’s compassionate heart poured out in prayer to Ayya. As he
ontinued walking, a young girl as if drawn by a magnetic force, ran up to him and feeling over whelmed with a sense of awe and gratitude.

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