Hall 14
Symbols

 


 

Hindu Om: Listen to the primeval Pranava (Om)
resounding in your heart as well as in the heart
of the Universe.

 

Buddhist wheel: Remember the wheel of cause and consequence,
of deed and destiny, 
and the wheel of dharma that rights them all.

 

Zoroastrian fire symbol: Offer all bitterness in the sacred fire
and emerge grand, great and godly.

 

Islamic crescent and star: Be like the star, 
which never wavers from the crescent 
but is fixed in steady faith.

 

Christian cross: Cut the "I" feeling clean across and 
let your ego die on the cross, to endow on you Eternity.

Judaism: (the star of David) Hear Israel: 
The Lord our Lord is One.

Sathya: Truth 
Dharma: Righteousness
Santhi: Peace 
Ahimsa: Nonviolence 
Prema: Love 
 

"Let the different faiths exist, let them flourish, and let the
glory of God be sung in all the languages and in a variety of
tunes. That should be the Ideal. Respect the differences
between the faiths and recognize them as valid as long as 
they do not extinguish the flame of unity."
- Sathya Sai Baba -  

 


 

The Chinese Yin Yang Symbol

 


 

 

Production: the Filognostic Association