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The World Will Be A Fantastic Place

There is a simple proverb told in the countryside of South India.
If two good people coming from opposite directions are walking on the same narrow
footpath, there will be three roads. If there is one good person, there will be two roads.

If both are bad people, there will be only one road.
 Probably this needs a little explanation. If both of the people are good, both will give Room for the other one to walk on the path. That means they will create two more paths,emptying the center one. There will be three paths and they will comfortably pass, Smiling at each other.

If there is one good fellow and one bad fellow, the good fellow will move out of the way and give room on the path for the bad fellow. So there will be two paths.When both are bad fellows, they will come and push each other. “Hey, You! Get out!” “No, no, no! You get out!”

There will be only one path. The moral of the story is this: If you want peace forget yourself. Think of the benefit of the other fellow first. “How can I serve you? How can I make you comfortable?” That’s the way it should be.

Giving brings harmony. Love and give, love and give. Think of the other person first. With this kind of attitude, The whole world will be a fantastic place.

How To Meditate:

Sit Still
Just be still. Outer stillness will lead to inner stillness.


It’s not a process. You just let go. Surrender. It’s a beautiful thing.

Pay Attention

To nothing in particular. Just be aware.

Let the happiness bubble up!

Guru’s Book Club:
The Golden Present – Sri Swami Satchidananda 
Getting Past No; Negotiating your way from confrontation to cooperation – William Ury
The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
Autobiography of a Yogi – Paramahansa Yogananda

Special Message from the Guru
Whatever you want in your life, you want it because you love it. Take a moment and think about it. You don’t want things you don’t love, do you? Every person only want what they love;

Nobody wants what they don’t love. Talk about what you love. Talk about who you love. Be mindful of your words, thoughts, and your actions.  

Give Love, Spread Love, Be Love.
Press Play to Enter Nirvana

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Pasadena Medical Staffing Company Launches Pay-Later Hiring Program to Combat Coronavirus

A Pasadena-based medical staffing company that connects medical professionals with hospitals and specialty care facilities has launched a new hiring program where these facilities can hire quality talent now and pay a set fee later.

ultraHealth Agency company officials said they started the program, called Hire Now, in response to the increasing need for more competent health care workers due to the COVID-19 emergency.

Hire Now includes marketing, a dedicated coordinator who will conduct one-on-one interviews, and credentialing services. It also allows healthcare facilities to fill multiple positions at a discounted price of $500 per hire, the company announced.

“Above all we are here to help and although we do have a business to operate, we feel as if we can be of service to the community,” Dane Flanigan, ultraHealth Agency CEO, said. “It is our social responsibility to do God’s work and help the best way we can. We realize the gravity of the situation and we need to do our best. We pray for the people that have been affected and we send our deepest condolences to those who have lost loved ones.”

The Hire Now program requires no upfront cost for the hiring employer, and ultraHealth provides a 90-day guarantee for each hire.

“Should the candidate need to be replaced for any reason within the 90-day period, we will gladly do so at no additional cost,” ultraHeath said.

The Hire Now program covers Level 1 licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) and Level 1 and 2 registered nurses (RNs), according to the company website.

ultraHealth said they source local California-based medical professionals that are “credentialed, compassionate, and professional.”

“The company has gained a high reputation in the San Gabriel Valley area for having some of the best staff in the country,” the company said.

Pasadena Business Now

Eight miss practice as Patriots deal with flu bug ESPN

The New England Patriots have been hit hard by illness this week, as nine players have been listed as questionable for Sunday night’s road game against the Houston Texans.

Seven Patriots starters — cornerback Stephon Gilmore; linebackers Dont’a Hightower, Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins; offensive tackles Marcus Cannon and Isaiah Wynn; and safety Patrick Chung — are among the players listed on the team’s injury report with an illness.

Offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor and cornerback Joejuan Williams are also listed as questionable for the Texans game with an illness.

Tight end Ryan Izzo did not make the trip to Houston after missing all three of New England’s practice sessions during the week with an illness.

Because a bug has hit the Patriots hard, the team flew two team planes to Houston in order to accommodate the sick players and keep the healthier players away from them, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

With an illness sweeping the locker room this week, the Patriots did something uncommon in traveling to Houston: the team flew in two planes, one to accommodate those who were sick and keep others away from them. Nine players are questionable because of the sickness.