Mangaluru: Second day of AICUF Annual Retreat 2022 held at Roshni NIlaya

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Mangaluru, Sep 25: The second day of AICUF Annual Retreat 2022 began on September 24 at 9:30 AM with praise and worship and action songs. The vibe was very spiritual as well as energetic. A talk was given by Fr Franklin thereafter followed by adoration of the blessed Sacrament and confessions for the students.

Post the lunch break, the students gathered in the auditorium at 1:35 PM for the Praise and Worship led by Suraj followed by a talk by Fr Franklin. The day ended with the celebration of Holy Eucharist. Students did have a graceful time and faith experience for two days.

Reflection Day 2:

The topic of the day was Personality development. The session was divided into two parts and Brahma Kumari Sneha and B K Ambika were the resource persons.

The programme began at 9:30 AM sharp with a prayer by Chittara and team. The master of the ceremony Nishwa Iqbal, MSc introduced and welcomed the first resource person, Brahma Kumari Sneha, Prajapati Brahmakumaris. Further, she took over the session and taught students the importance of ‘value based life’. After the first half, a small break was given before they handed over the stage to the next resource person.

The programme resumed at 11:30 AM. Hann Hameed, MSc, introduced and welcomed the next resource person, B K Ambika, Prajapati Brahmakumaris. She dealt with the topic ‘Excellence in life’ for personality development. PPT presentation was being presented while exploring spots like ‘science and spirituality for excellence’, ‘Innate powers to excellence’, ‘Barriers to excellence’ and many other areas related to it. At the end session, few minutes of meditation was done by everyone.

Akshaya Kini, MSc, proposed a vote of thanks and National Anthem was sung before dispersing.




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