Speech by Dr. Michael Goldstein
on 29th May 2004
SATHYA SAI PRE WORLD CONVENTION
(AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, ASIA EXCLUDING INDIA
AND MIDDLE EAST)
VENUE: SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC CONVENTION HALL
SPEAKER: DR. MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN
With humility and
love I offer my pranams at Bhagavan Baba’s Divine Lotus Feet.
As Sai devotees, we
know that the most important achievement is to know ourselves. The
most important joy, the greatest joy, is to know selfless love.
Many years ago I had
the good fortune to be seated at Swami’s divine lotus feet. I
watched him as he gazed out the window. I could see his eyes. I
had the impression that Swami was not looking at the buildings and
the people and trees and all the things in the vicinity of the
window, but rather He was looking out beyond the Earth into the
And suddenly I had
the temerity to say to Swami, "Swami, will you let me see the
world through your eyes." Swami looked at me, and smiled like the
divine Mother and Father that He is, and he said to me "If I let
you see, you will not want your work, you will not want your home,
you will not want your family, you will not want your body."
How many times has
Swami instructed us that we are not these bodies, we are not these
minds, we are the divine indweller who resides in our spiritual
hearts. Many many times, Swami has instructed us to understand
that the body is merely a vehicle for the divine indweller.
I am very happy to
inform all of you that Swami’s physical condition is improving
dramatically and he has declined medical information and
intervention and is effecting his cure by his own divine will.
Swami is permitting
us to see Him struggle with the physical form. He permits us to
see apparent physical suffering and limitations of the physical
form. We must ask ourselves, "Why is this so?" What lesson should
be derived from this heart wrenching experience? Surely all of you
have asked yourselves this question. Let us focus on Swami.
Despite His apparent suffering and impediments, He continues to
care for His devotees and for the universe. And you will see, when
I describe Swami’s increasing role in the development of the Sai
Organisation, His activities and involvement in everything have
actually increased. It is my experience that His expectation of us
has also increased. Let us not speculate about the mystical
significance of Swami’s injuries or condition; that is a waste of
time. Further, or rather, let us see what is in front of us,
understand it, learn from it and apply what we learn.
Swami has permitted
us to see Him with this apparent physical suffering and
disability. And in this state, His love and activity on our behalf
has increased, not decreased. He is not his physical body and He
is demonstrating that to all of us in a most dramatic manner
because we have to learn that eternal truth about ourselves. As a
result of experiences that I had with Swami recently, I see that
His suffering does not diminish His love, His suffering does not
diminish the intensity and productivity of His actions. In fact,
the illustration of His suffering seems to have resulted in an
increase in His involvement with us individually and collectively
as the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation.
To comprehend the
very fundamental lesson of the physical ordeal Swami has taken
upon Himself, we might consider Swami’s well known words "Take one
step towards me and I will take ten steps towards you." Now, for
every one step of His, we should take ten steps or a hundred or a
thousand steps forward in our spiritual journey to recognise
divinity within ourselves. One thousand steps forward in
progressing towards the spiritual development of the world outside
ourselves. Let us transform our selfish madness into nobility of
character. The madness of man manifests as the six carnal enemies
lust, anger, greed, pride, attachment and jealousy and the
nobility of the man manifests as the universal Human Values such
as Sathya, Dharma, Shanthi, Prema, Ahimsa. Truth, Right Action,
Peace, Love and Non-violence.
If we look back we
can see that He has been telling us for years to treat His
spiritual teachings seriously and experience their truth. In his
Ugadi discourse this last March, Swami said, and I quote Swami,
"Many years have gone by but your old habits have not changed and
your lives remain the same. The reason is that you are not making
an effort to experience the principle of divinity which is present
in all in the form of love." End of quote.
What words from
Swami. Many years have gone by and you have not changed your
habits and you have not changed your life. To hear Swami say this
We have been
impervious to His exhortations. Now He has caught our attention.
His apparent suffering should not become an emotional burden that
immobilises us; it should become a source of energy and motivation
to follow Him at last, to apply his lessons to our lives at last,
to become his genuine devotees at last.
Our solitary inward
spiritual journey is enhanced by the scenery that we enjoy and
benefit from together. I refer to our roles and responsibilities
and work in the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation. Each of us, empowered
by our devotion to Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, is moving
God-ward, some faster than others, some further than others, but
all of us are moving God-ward; if it were not so, then we would
not be here together now.
That reminds me of
Bro Ravi’s words; very very kind words. Bro Ravi referred to my
talk as a divine discourse. There are no intermediaries between
Swami and all people in the world. All people in the world have a
heart-to-heart connection with Swami. No one can give a divine
discourse other than Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
However, every man
and every woman, and every word that they utter, if they have
transcended "me and mine", if they have conquered their selfish
desires, every word is a divine discourse.
Each of us must be
genuinely striving to realise our own divinity. Then we will all
be truly empowered to serve our brothers and sisters and
contribute to the spiritual upliftment of mankind. Sai vision is
the sight and insight of the divine indweller who resides in our
hearts. And the Sai mission is contributing to the illumination of
mankind so that all people recognise their divinity and act
according to Sai vision. Our vision and our mission, broadly
stated, is that Bhagavan Baba, divine incarnation, Kali Yuga
Avatar, has come to inspire us to realize our own divinity. In so
doing, we will have all knowledge and all power. We will still
fulfill the menial tasks associated with our worldly roles. But
more importantly, we will devote our love, wisdom and time to the
service of all people. We will bring people together in this
knowledge, thereby restoring the unity of divinity in the
diversity of His creation.
God has divided
Himself into many and His sheep have gone astray. By realising our
own divinity, we bring ourselves and help to bring our fellow
human beings back into the fold so that the Divine Shepherd is
Our vision and our
mission are spiritual according to the teachings of Bhagavan Sri
Sathya Sai Baba. Therefore, they are eternally true, they are
expansive, they are inclusive and their substance is selfless
Most of us
contribute to the disunity of mankind. We identify, divide and
classify ourselves into different personalities and as a result of
the illusion of Maya, we are attached to these personalities.
These minds and bodies that should be regarded as tools to do
God’s works become the focal points of our existence. This is the
root cause of disunity. We further contribute to disunity when we
identify, divide and classify ourselves as members of different
religions, races and nationalities and become attached to these
superficial and worldly designations. We reinforce diversity and
subordinate the unity of mankind.
As members of a
spiritual organisation, actually a spiritual movement, we must ask
ourselves, are we creating the kinetic energy of selfless love? Is
there spiritual synergism in our collective actions? If not, it is
better that we have no organisation rather than demean the sacred
name of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
While order and
understanding are prerequisites to accomplishment, bureaucracy is
antithetical to spiritual process. Therefore, let us beware, lest
we institutionalise mediocrity, let us take care lest we
trivialise divinity. The Sai Spiritual Centre is the nucleus of
the international organisation that Swami has so graciously
permitted us to form in His name. The Sai Centre is a sacred
place, not a business place. The Sai Centre is a sacred place, not
a social place. The Sai Centre is a spiritual place, a universal
place, not a religious or philosophical place. As Sai devotees, as
spiritual aspirants, we have embarked on this monumental campaign
to realise our divine heritage, yet we ourselves present the
greatest obstacle to our spiritual progress.
Is this not a
paradox? No, it is not a paradox. Permit me to answer my own
question. Swami has explained the role of man in God’s view during
the different Yugas or spiritual ages.
During the Tretha
Yuga, Sri Rama waged war against the demon Ravana in another land?
During the Dwapara
Yuga, Sri Krishna gave counsel to the noble Pandavas and advised
them to vanquish the evil Kauravas living in the same land, and
members of the same family.
And in this Kali
Yuga, the age in which we live, Swami teaches us that the
battlefield between good and evil, the Kurukshetra is in the minds
and hearts of every man and every woman.
We must forget me
and mine, we must forget desire and worldly attachment, we must
remember that we are the divine indweller, the Lord who resides in
our spiritual hearts and whose selfless love knows no limits.
I am happy to report
to you that Swami had so very graciously given His guidance to the
overseas Sri Sathya Sai Organisation and we will begin very soon,
to put into practice the treasures that He has so generously
bestowed upon us. We will restore the profound spiritual depth of
the Organisation that bears the name of Divinity Incarnate
Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. We will reinvigorate the great
spiritual dedication, commitment and great enthusiasm that have
been responsible for the advent of the spiritual movement and
unprecedented widespread worldly growth.
While each of us
must take that solitary walk alone within ourselves, we visit with
each other during our spiritual journey, reinforcing each other,
encouraging each other, selflessly loving each other. This is the
substance of our Sai Organisation, our Sai spiritual movement, our
This conference like
any function of the Sai Organisation will not have a good outcome
unless there is an unobstructed flow of love and wisdom. This flow
is the essential prerequisite for the spiritual process. This flow
is unobstructed, it is pure and strong when our conscience
prevails over our egos and our desires. Do we have sufficient
faith in divinity to sustain us and enable us to derive the
spiritual benefits that Swami has made accessible to us? Of course
we do. The fact Swami has brought us here attests to the strength
of that faith. He has brought us here to deepen that faith and
spiritual awareness so that we can actively and consciously
participate in the Divine Mission, in the great works that lie
mission, Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba demonstrates divinity and
inspires us to seek spiritual transformation. As the Divine
Exemplar, His divine message instructs in the nature and ways of
Divinity and inspires us to consider the purpose of life,
spiritual transformation, and how we can apply ourselves to
accomplish this purpose of our lives.
As the Divine
exemplar, His divine works inspire us to serve selflessly, to
emulate Him and to transcend our imagined limitations. Our vision
is that Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba as the Divine Exemplar is the
incarnation of the all pervasive consciousness that is God. The
nature of God is selfless love. Swami is accelerating the
spiritual evolution of human civilisation through individual
transformation and through the transformation of the institutions
of society. We are the spiritual aspirants striving to be
constantly aware of the all pervasive consciousness. Society is
the beneficiary of our spiritual progress, because as we progress
we experience the divine imperative to serve selflessly. That is
the nature of humanity. Our selflessness will determine the
effects of our good works.
Our mission is to do
these good works having realised our good selves. Doing good works
without love, without selflessness comes to naught. When the
universal vision is clear, when you have a sense of your spiritual
being, then your spiritual mission, what you should do, becomes
immediately evident. It is selfless.
In this conference,
like in the world, there is inner work and outer work. The Agenda
of this Conference, the workshops and your deliberations and the
meetings constitute the outer work. The outer work consists of
many worthwhile tasks that encompass the worldly work, the mundane
matters at hand. However, the most important
in a real and lasting sense is the inner work. If we accomplish
the inner work, the outer work will take care of itself. The inner
work cannot be reduced to a series of tasks. It is a spiritual
process; it is fulfilling the covenant between us and God.
In our Sai
Organisation now, we are becoming embroiled with cultural issues,
social issues, financial issues, project issues, organisational
issues, "etc etc" issues. Many issues are brought forth from the
world outside ourselves. Swami has been saying repeatedly that
there is only one issue. The transformation of each and every one
of us that will result in embracing wholeheartedly His Divine
teachings. All the rest will follow, all the rest will unfold as
it should, all the rest will be God’s will because as a result of
embracing the divine teachings we will surrender. As a result of
our surrender we will be transformed, as a result of our spiritual
transformation, our actions will reflect Dharma and raise
God-consciousness in the world. To raise God-consciousness in the
world is seva.
I’m not advocating
forsaking our worldly responsibilities. I am advocating the
fulfillment of our worldly responsibilities with wisdom and love
that comes from within ourselves. We forsake the search for
pleasure and power; we love and serve selflessly, finding God
always in everyone, everywhere. That is the way of spirituality.
The convenant with
God, to which I referred, is the ageless promise between man and
God. If we seek within ourselves we will find the Lord and the
Lord is us.
Our covenant is with
God but our worldly interactions are between other men and women.
Swami says that Atma is beyond rules and regulations but we need
them to prevent the meandering of our minds. We need commitment
and mutual understanding in the human sense so that we can work
together in a divine sense.
Let us consider the
nature and purpose of Sai Organisation in the world and in our
hearts. What is this Sai Organisation? The Sai Organisation is a
spiritual movement with a worldly structure to which divinity
incarnate Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba has lent his name.
Organisation, or any genuine spiritual organisation, has no life
without the conscience of each man and woman in that Organisation.
It is not spiritual, it is not of God or from God, God being
immersed and permeated by consciousness or selfless love. This can
only happen if the organisation is guided by the conscience of
each man and woman acting together in the spirit of selfless love.
It is for this purpose that Swami has lent His name to this
As an Organisation,
order and communication are prerequisite to accomplishment.
However bureaucracy and mediocrity are antithetical to spiritual
progress. The Sai Organisation is our home. We, the members of the
household, the brothers and sisters of the Sai family must keep
our house clean and wholesome so that it is fit to welcome all
people as the embodiments of divinity that they are. All who come
to the door should be regarded as Swami himself. All of us should
regard each other as Swami himself, and in so doing, we become
Swami; that is our goal.
Our organisation is
a spiritual movement, comprised of sincere spiritual aspirants who
have faith in the omnipresent divinity. The Sai Organisation must
be a spiritual movement, not a political interaction. We must not
neutralise or compromise our philosophical differences through
negotiation. Let us not trivialise divinity. Let us find unity by
transcending our differences through inspiration. The Sai
Organisation must be an instrument of His Love that uplifts us
all, and all who behold us, so that everyone comes closer to the
realisation of their own divinity. That’s the point.
What is this Divine
Mission we talk about so much? Some think it is the works of
Swami, some think it is the words of Swami, some think it is the
advent and functioning of the Sai Organisation. All of these
things are merely minor aspects of the mission like grains of sand
in an expansive desert. The divine mission consists of the great
mystical works of the Lord Bhagavan Baba. These small visible
manifestations are merely grains of sand in the great desert.
Let us not look out
into the world and follow the path of zeal or worldly action. Let
us look into our own hearts and follow the path of real
inspiration to find ourselves. Then we will uplift the world. Do
not follow the path of zeal, follow the inner path, then we will
uplift the world.
What is the purpose
of the Sai Organisation? The purpose of the Sai Organisation is
not to see how many hungry people we can feed, how many people
sick people we can cure, how many children we can teach, how many
centres we can open, how many schools we can build etc etc. All of
these things are good things but this is not the purpose of the
The purpose of the
Sai Organisation is to inspire each and every man and women with
whom we come into contact to better understand and adhere to the
eternal spiritual principles through our own exemplary being.
To the extent that
each of us succeeds, we grow spiritually and the beneficial effect
that we as individuals and collectively as an organisation will
have on the world will grow proportionately. Then these service
activities and institutions will emanate selfless love, and they
will be genuinely worthwhile. They will feed spiritual hunger and
need, instead of feeding the egos of the ostentatious who have no
conception of selflessness. Make this distinction.
In our Organisation,
planning devotional service and education projects is the business
at hand. Selfless love and experiencing divine consciousness is
the business at heart.
How does the Sai
Organisation achieve its purpose? We have a common bond, our love
for Bhagavan Baba and a common goal, to realise our own divinity.
We join together in a spirit of love and acknowledge our common
We devise the ways
and means to manifest our bond and goal in this world without
desire for reward or recognition. In a worldly sense, we meet and
agree that we are divine, that Bhagavan Baba is the embodiment of
Divinity and that we have the capacities to realise that divinity
and put aside this trivial life of me and mine. Ultimately through
spiritual love, our minds and bodies are subordinated to our
hearts, thus we all become of one mind, the universal mind, the
over-mind, the unlimited mind, the infinite mind that transcends
the temporal frame of mind.
Purpose of the Organisation is to provide the circumstances in
which unity, purity and divinity is manifest in ourselves and in
the world. How do we derive maximum benefit from Sai
Organisations? It is very simple. The divine indweller becomes the
ruler of our being, and his qualities emerge. They are manifested
in the world by each of us; we are the personifications of the
Sathya, Dharma, Shanthi, Prema, Ahimsa. It is very very simple.
Swami says it is a very easy path. Those are Swami’s words. It is
a very easy path.
restores the divine monarchy in our being. Each of us becomes the
king or queen of creation that we have always truly been. Do you
require the Organisation to do this? No, you do not require the
Organisation. Can the Organisation be helpful and accelerate your
spiritual progress? Yes, most certainly it can.
We should remember
who we were before and recognize who we have become after our
involvement in the Sai Organisation. What does involvement in the
Sai Organisation mean? What should it mean? It should mean
deepening of our devotion to our divine Lord Bhagavan Sri Sathya
Sai Baba. It should mean always striving to be always aware of our
own divinity. It should mean that we are consciously involved in
selfless action and love in the world. It should mean that we have
adopted a spiritual way of life enhanced by our organisational
programmes and activities and perpetuated by our own faith,
determination and self-confidence. These goals are the purpose of
human life. We are all striving consciously and unconsciously to
achieve these goals.
Permit me to say a
word about office bearers in the Sai Organisation. The Sai
Organisation is a spiritual movement whose purpose is to move each
of us and our respective societies God-ward. Our common bond is
that we all love Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba and revere him as
the embodiment of divinity. And our common goal, as I already
said, is that we all believe that heaven, self-realisation,
realisation of our innate divinity can be achieved by all people
through faith, selfless love and determination while we live on
As office bearers in
the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation, we are all volunteers who aspire
to self-realisation. We seek not power nor recognition but rather
an opportunity to selflessly serve our fellow men and women. We
serve Swami by serving his devotees. We recognize that if we are
not doing service, we are doing disservice. That which raises God
consciousness in the world is service, that which does not is
It is written in the
Bible that no man can serve two masters. "Ye cannot serve God and
As office bearers,
we are indeed volunteers. Being a volunteer does not negate the
need for discipline and maintenance of order in the Sai Spiritual
Organisation. The administration of the organisation that bears
Swami’s name will not be bureaucratic or military in attitude,
neither will it be lackadaisical and permit everyone to do what
they want when they want.
If we have faith in
Swami and his teachings, then we regard the opportunity to
volunteer as a great privilege and opportunity to progress
spiritually. Anyone who is an office-bearer for any reason other
than this, other than the yearning to progress spiritually has
made a mistake which is detrimental to that person and to the
people who should be served and to the organisation.
We must realise
volunteering our services to this organisation means that we
accept responsibility and accountability and act accordingly. As
an officer-bearer in the Sathya Sai Organisation, if you are not
motivated to serve selflessly, then it is better for you and those
around you that you stand aside and let someone else step forward.
Those of you who
undertake the service of maintaining the Sathya Sai Baba Spiritual
Centres, serving our brothers and sisters as office bearers, have
a sacred responsibility. We cannot accomplish anything without
being aware of our purpose. Each of us should deeply examine our
own motives in serving as an office-bearer in the Sri Sathya Sai
In my view, the
criteria for being an effective office-bearer in the Sri Sathya
Sai Organisation in the order of importance are first,
selflessness, second, dedication and third, competence.
If there is no
selflessness, we cannot serve spiritually. If there is no
selflessness, there is attachment. If there is attachment, there
can be no universal spiritual perspective.
If there is no
dedication, we will not serve spiritually. If there is no
dedication, there would be no determination. And without
determination, there would be no sustained effort.
If there is no
competence, then we do not serve spiritually as well as we could
and should. Without competence, there is a lack of ability and the
results of our efforts are somewhat deficient.
However, if we have
selflessness and we have dedication but lack competence, we might
stumble and fumble but we will still be able to touch the
the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation when called upon to speak should
first speak of spirituality according to Swami’s teachings. Then
speak of the spiritual nature of the Sri Sathya Sai Organisation
according to Swami’s teachings. Then speak of your personal
spiritual experience with an attempt to speak uplifting truth and
project the spirit of selfless love.
The convenors of the
three groups in this conference should reflect this attitude as
they conduct the deliberations of this conference. We are united
in our bond of love and in our spiritual goals. We also require
unity of purpose, and unity of practice, which requires unity of
people. Unity of people requires spiritual-minded people. We are
not advocating military discipline and corporate efficiency; we
are advocating orderliness and understanding through love.
enables us to plan and act effectively, because we have a common
understanding of our spiritual purpose and methods. The
organisation is an instrument of divine will if it operates as it
should. However, the organisation becomes an obstacle to spiritual
progress if we permit ourselves to become embroiled in politics,
personalities and pettiness. Then we become small-minded
bureaucrats and the organisation becomes a group of well-meaning
foolish people unworthy of bearing the name of Bhagavan Sri Sathya
Sai Baba. Let us not permit that. Never never never. We mustn’t
let that happen.
We must think before
we speak and consult our conscience before we act. Restoration of
spiritual ideals, reinvigoration of commitment and spiritually
uplifting activity by all Sai devotees will result in spiritual
growth of individual devotees of the Sai Organisation and growth
in public awareness of the spiritual life, works and teachings of
Bhagavan Baba. Ultimately this will lead to growth in public
participation in spiritual programmes of the Sai Organisation.
The restoration and
reinvigoration is inevitable. There is also a need for assessment
and accountability in the organisation. We must put our house in
order and keep it that way.
Heretofore, many of
us have been complacent, even apathetic, regarding the
organisational responsibilities that we have volunteered to
undertake. Many of us initiated actions inappropriately without
proper consultation. All centres are part of a national
organisation which is part of an international region which is
part of an international zone which is part of the overseas Sri
Sathya Sai Organisation.
Certainly it is the
duty of the chairman and the responsibility of the Prasanthi
Council to assist the international leaders. More importantly,
however, the primary function of the chairman and the Council is
to serve all devotees and society. We are all spiritual
volunteers, committed to uplifting the spiritual organisation that
bears the divine name of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. If we fail
to act, or act improperly, we detract from our own spiritual
progress, we detract from the progress of others depending on the
scope of our responsibilities and most importantly we detract from
the divine name.
We will now
resolutely address this matter by expecting and reciprocating
wholehearted cooperation in the affairs of the organisation as
they relate to works like these. We will evaluate the current
structure of the organisation and the officers who are responsible
for its administration. Then we will be able to establish clarity
and efficacy. We will be vigilant with the discovery of new
people, who have depth of spiritual understanding, commitment, and
love for Swami in their spiritual work. By taking these steps, the
organisation will evolve and grow in spiritual quality and worldly
quantity as well.
Before concluding, I
would like to say a word about the young adults. The youth must
bring their enthusiasm, creativity and courage to explore
innovations into the organisation. The organisation will greatly
benefit from their qualities. The youth must recognize that among
the members and elders of the Sai Organisation they will find
examples of selfless love and profound wisdom and extensive
spiritual knowledge. The young adults must have humility so that
they can optimise the benefits they will enjoy from being with
people of this calibre.
Both the elders and
the youth as groups must forsake their arrogance and rejoice in
the wonders of each other. The elders must see themselves as they
were at a younger age and marvel how spiritually precocious are
our young adults. The young adults must see the beauty and
goodness that is resulted from many years of devotion to the
spiritual life demonstrated by many of the elders. They must
emulate and honour these exemplary qualities. These are the proper
relationships. The spiritual equilibrium that must prevail between
our youth and the members of the Sai Centre who are no longer
All of us must
remember that Swami pays little attention to chronology. Once he
pointed to a man in his nineties and said "He is a youth." Swami
was referring to his inner qualities.
We will empower the
youth to serve in all aspects of the organisation, but we will
also have expectation of the youth to comport themselves properly
according to the 5 "Ds", devotion, discipline, dedication,
determination and discrimination. We expect them to embrace and
support the Sai Organisation wholeheartedly. Swami has said that
we should regard the youth as the leaders of tomorrow. All of us
should recognise that the leaders of tomorrow must be the
participants of today.
My dear brothers and
sisters, Swami has provided us with this opportunity in the spirit
of love, to conduct meaningful discussions. Let us deeply explore
what we feel, what we believe, what we are doing and what we want
to achieve within the framework of the agenda that has been
provided. We are all familiar with the threefold pathway to God:
realisation, devotion and action. We all know that in the end the
three pathways merge. We are each drawn to that aspect of divinity
that provides us what we need to progress. Therefore, regardless
of which conference group you attend, the means and the end are
the same. The means and the end are Love.
As we share our Sai
love during these two days, may we all be drawn closer to the
realisation of our heart of hearts, the divine indweller, the Kali
Yuga Avatar, Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
Jai Sai Ram.
Report of the Sai Convention held
in Singapore from 29th May to 30th May 2004
Proceedings day 1 - http://www.saiaustralia.org.au/release/217_attachment2.pdf
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