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The spiritual guru, poet, painter and world peace dreamer, who taught meditation to the West and lived in New York from 1964 until he passed away in 2007, saw his artworks as spontaneous expres- sions of a deep, inner reality. The particular style of art that he used in acrylic and watercolour paintings is known as Jharna Kala. It means Fountain Art in native Bengali language. The humanitarian guru who campaigned tirelessly for tolerance and peace did not use his mind whilst expressing himself through art. “I try to keep my mind as empty, vacant and tranquil as possible,” he said, about the technique he used. “The outer mind is like the sur- face of the sea. Full of waves as it surges with restlessness. “But when we dive deep below, the same is peaceful, calm and quiet, and there in we find the source of creativity.” To bring in Diwali, the festival of lights, the Sri Chinmoy Centre group in Auckland will perform a play and an interactive music con- cert entitled The Dreamer of Peace at the Highland Park Library, this Sunday, October 19, at 2-3.30pm. The elevating and energising sound of music is created to invoke a feeling of inner peace and medita- tive calmness. The concert with women wrapped in colourful saris and men in white is an interactive experi- ence with a promise to nourish the heart and spirit. For more information, phone Highland Park Library, 535-5935. ELEVATING AND ENERGISING: Above, the Sri Chinmoy Centre group will celebrate Diwali by performing a play and an interactive music concert, The Dreamer of Peace, at Highland Park Library this Sunday; right, the artworks of spiritual master Sri Chinmoy that illustrate love, peace and harmony are being showcased at Highland Park Library. Photos supplied Looking back, 25 years ago... From the files of the Howick and Pakuranga Times, in 1989 Enthused turnout OCTOBER 2, 1989: There were few prouder people present among the special guests and 200 members who attended the Pakuranga Combined Bowling Club’s opening day than Manukau Mayor Barry Curtis. And it was with real pleasure that he congratulated the club on being selected as the venue for the Commonwealth Games bowls after only six years existence. For Mayor Curtis was the club’s first president and was closely involved in the Manukau City Council’s shared responsibility scheme which did so much to give birth to the club’s pavilion and four greens. Reay sets press rolling OCTOBER 9: Our thanks to invited guests who turned up to celebrate the official launch of the new press. It was a night to remember with local dignitaries and other bigwigs dropping in to enjoy the champagne popping occasion. Business Media Newspapers Ltd managing director Reay Neben set the presses rolling after a short tape- cutting ceremony. Company director Brian Neben thanked all who turned out for the big event. “I really didn’t expect to see so many faces,” he said. “But we’ve tried to play a big part in the community and I think the fact that so many people have bothered to come is their way of saying thanks – and we’re very proud right now.” Among those gathered was Howick Mayor Morrin Cooper – as ever, blowing his trumpet as part of the band at the grand opening. Jason’s a corker OCTOBER 9: Corker! Our Jason’s the toast of the town. Business Media Newspapers’ artist Jason Roberts is showing off his winning native flower design on a recently launched wine label. Jason was asked to enter his painting of forest flowers in a competition conducted at Whitecliffe Art School, where he completed a diploma of graphic art and design two years ago. The Villa Maria Forest Flower wine collection features four whites and a red, and three of the varieties will carry 19-year-old Jason’s winning designs and a piece about the artist. His designs of the pohutukawa, tarata and Rewa Rewa flowers will adorn the bottles. Since completing his diploma at Whitecliffe, Jason has worked as an assistant to the art director for Amalgamated Hoyts Cinema, where he designed advertisements for upcoming movies. He’s been working as an artist for Business Media for about three months, which involves visuals and designing advertisements for the company’s many newspapers. He enjoys painting and hopes to have an exhibition of his works in the future. Preserving crest OCTOBER 16: Howick’s identity will not be completely lost when the borough becomes part of Manukau City after the local body elections. The Manukau City transitional committee recommends that the new council adopts the Coat of Arms and Common Seal of the present city. “But the Howick municipal badges and crest will not go out of existence entirely if the Howick members of the committee have their way,” said Howick town clerk John Skelton. “They are enthusiastic about the prospect of the new community board using the crest.” Mr Skelton said the Howick crest has been widely used throughout the borough and has become part of its heritage.
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