Walk for the NHS
We are all living in unprecedented times where the entire world is facing numerous challenges in the fight against COVID-19. The virus has taken so many lives in the United Kingdom and around the world and still causes so much pain and anguish. We are all united to get through this pandemic together. As a nation, even in these difficult times, our health care professionals have been fully committed to look after each and every one of us.
Our beloved Babaji, Sadhguru Sri Sharavana Baba has taken the Sankalpa (pledge) to show our continuous support to the these health care staff. Babaji has decided to walk from Harrow to our new Community Centre in Barnet to say a big thank you to our NHS and health care staff who have been relentlessly working through this period; looking after us by putting their lives at risk and are still doing so.
Their service to the local community has been tremendous and their selfless service has saved so many lives. They have also assisted patients to settle back into their communities and cared for their mental well-being. We are extremely fortunate to have one of the most renowned healthcare systems in the world.
Babaji is walking this 10-mile walk on behalf of us to show our continuous support to our National Health Service. We are all honoured and privileged to have Babaji with us in the UK in these difficult times and his continuous prayers for world peace and harmony has saved a lot of human suffering around the world.
We offer our deepest gratitude to our NHS & care staff and want to say a big thank you to our beloved Babaji for his pledge to ‘Walk for the NHS’