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Love Serve Remember Foundation

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2515 Venture Oaks Way Sacramento CA 95833 USA


The mission of love serve remember foundation is to preserve and disseminate the teachings of spiritual masters from various world religions, especially the spiritual works of neem karoli baba and dr. Richard alpert, a/k/a ram dass.


In 2014 the love serve remember foundation completed phase 2 of the digitization of the media library adding another 955 hours of archival talks via the foundation web site at ramdass. Org. A new film derived from the foundation retreat was released entitled titled: love and power. An online course was offered for free entitled meditation and mindfulness which was taken by over 4000 participants. An online workshop entitled the blessing of mortality was released. An online retreat was conducted entitled cultivating the courage to love. Lsrf conducted two live retreats in maui that disseminated spiritual teachings on cultivating the courage to loveand the power of love.

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The Love Serve Remember Foundtion is a volunteer effort to make the teachings of Ram Dass available to everyone through the wonderful archives of his work in audio, video, newsletter, movies, and live streaming forms. So many people are grateful to this beloved teacher and servant for the light and love that he brought into our society. This foundation makes it possible to receive more inspiration as well as express our thanks.

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