Sathya Sai Education in Human Values Program (SSEHV)
Co-ordinator: Suri M., Vinod L.
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See no evil - see what is good,
Hear no evil - hear what is good,
Speak no evil - speak what is good,
Think no evil - think what is good,
Do no evil - do what is good,
This is the way to God.

- Sri Sathya Sai Baba

Who can become a participant in the SSEHV Program?
  SSEHV material on display Anyone is welcome to become a participant in the SSEHV Program. The only requirement is that the potential participants must have the drive, passion, motivation, and especially the interest in living a value-filled lifestyle and becoming and being a good role model to others and a contributing citizen to society to promote and propagate values in society.

How has the SSEHV Program been implemented into society?
  Value Parenting Display This unique program that is primarily based upon the "Educare" concept introduced by Sri Sathya Sai Baba, not too long ago, is primarily intended to be a community-based program. The activities that the SSEHV Program has undertaken in society have created awareness on the importance of Human Values, Dynamic Parenting, Preserving Mother Earth, etc. These activities have been conducted for the general public all over the community including: in malls, schools, and civic centres. In addition to such topics being covered, the SSEHV Program conducts on-going value-based training programs and workshops on numerous self-help topics within the centre to be taken to society at a later date.

What are some accomplishments of the SSEHV Program to date?

  • Seminars, training sessions, workshops on Human Values, Educare, Dynamic Parenting, Power of Positive Thinking, Art of Public Speaking, Communicating with Love, etc.
  • Public awareness on Dynamic Parenting & Environmental Awareness through exhibitions
  • Value-based diary as a useful tool for securing a happy, healthy & peaceful life
  • Competitions for children i.e. cartoon competition based on Human Values, etc.
  • Invite guest speakers to share their insight to "Ethics" in various walks of life
  • Prepare lesson plans & conduct model classes based on concepts of SSEHV/Educare
  • Scripting numerous value-based dramas for enactment to the public
  • Conduct internship programs for youth and teachers
  • Organize regular Team Building activities
  • Maintain Resource Library of books, audio/video tapes, etc. and much more..........

Why is the SSEHV Program important to be a part of?
  Value Parenting Display The SSEHV Program is universally relevant and value-based, transcending all cultures and backgrounds. The core human values of Love, Peace, Truth, Righteousness and Non-Violence have formed the basic tenets of human relationships that are shared and recognized worldwide since eternity. In this day and age of political strife and turbulence around the world, the need for developing and inculcating positive values has never been greater, for these values have underpinned the noble thoughts and achievements of mankind throughout history and are an inherent part of the human personality.
  Value parenting display At the Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Toronto - York a 'working group' was formed to formulate a plan to imbed the core human values into the surrounding community in different ways and by different means. The working group is responsible for researching and presenting different topics related to the development of Human Values, study of Human Nature, and the implementation of the SSEHV Program within the surrounding community.

When and where does the SSEHV Program's meetings take place?
  Value Parenting Display The SSEHV Working Group Sessions for The Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Toronto, are usually held in one of the lecture halls in the Vari Hall of York University every third Sunday of the month between 3pm and 4:30pm. If you are interested in attending these sessions, please consult the calendar or upcoming events pages or contact us by email for exact details.



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