NINE POINT CODE OF CONDUCT
1. Daily meditation and prayer.
2. Devotional singing/prayer with members of his family once per week.
3. Participation in the educational program conducted by the Organisation for children.
4. Attendance at least once per month at group devotional programs conducted by the Organisation.
5. Participation in community service and other programs of the Organisation.
6. Regular study of Sai literature.
7. Putting into practice the principle of "Ceiling on Desires" and utilise any savings thereby generated for the service of mankind.
8. Speaking softly and lovingly with everyone whom you come into contact.
9. Avoiding talking ill of others especially in their absence.
1. Treat as sacred the land in which you were born. Have patriotism to your nation - but do not criticise other nations or put others down. Not even in your thoughts or dreams should you think of bringing grief to your country.
2. Respect all religions equally.
3. Recognise humanity as one family - treat everyone as a family member - love all.
4. Keep your house and surroundings clean - for this will promote hygiene and health.
5. Practice charity - but do not encourage beggars by giving money. Provide food, clothing, shelter and help them in other ways (do not encourage laziness).
6. Never give a bribe or take bribe - never give in to corruption.
7. Curb envy and jealousy, expand your vision and outlook, treat all equally regardless of caste or creed.
8.Be self-reliant. You may be wealthy and have servants to do your bidding, but service to society must be done by yourself.
9. Have and cultivate ‘Love for God and fear of sin’.
10. Never go against the laws of the land; follow these diligently both in word and in spirit. Be an exemplary citizen.
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