- Nov 1, 2007Suren,
I liked your posting just as it is. No need to try and write anything
that is not a natural expression of your true experiences and
feelings. Not many will reply to our postings but many will read them
nonetheless and get inspiration from them. I think your account name
is catchy and creative. Keep it.
Now that I am back 'in the saddle again' I too have been inspired to
write and read more posts here as it does increase the feeling of
family oneness. This is something that Guru really wanted and now I am
sure moreso as you stated so clearly.
We may not all like each others' posts but we can all find a few that
really keep our spirits up in such a crucial adjustment period for all
I have been inspired to tell some old stories about experiences with
Guru and it seems that some people here like that. I know there will
soon be a website just for that. So as I keep writing about the 'old
days' I am sure I can become reinspired and inspire others with all
the loving experiences that Guru had offered us over the years.
Hundreds and thousands of loving opportunities from a caring 'Father'
for hundreds and thousands of his spiritual children.
Thanks for coming back on here as many have been inspired to do.
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, cott_doris
> Dear Suren, I wish many more people would be sharing your opinion.
> --- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, icysuren
> <no_reply@> wrote:
> > Dear Everyone.
> > A lot has changed since Guru's return to His Eternal Abode. Without
> > the physical presence of Guru, who constantly showered on us his
> > kindness, sweetness and concern (because, let's face it, we're not
> > quite ready for 24-hour spirituality), we are forced to look in
> > directions for our human comfort and concern (the spiritual side is,
> > naturally, still being taken care of by Guru, as many have already
> > pointed out in this forum).
> > How fortunate we are that Guru has perfectly prepared us for this
> > moment, through his relentless teachings.
> > One of the things we can look to now is oneness within our
> > This is something I felt stronger than ever before during the
> > memorial week in New York. Everyone was showing so much compassion
> > and concern.
> > Will this continue, one may ask? Well, I guess it is up to us to
> > it up, but it will take some effort.
> > In my own small way, I am trying to get more involved in the Centre
> > activities and doing them more wholeheartedly. Actually, it is
> > a fulfilling experience, since all the members of my centre seem to
> > of the same opinion.
> > I would also like to nourish my oneness with my friends from all the
> > different centres from around the world. I guess one way of doing
> > this is writing in this forum.
> > So, I've decided to post something after an absence of several
> > The only thing is: I haven't got the slightest clue what to write
> > about. I guess this will have to do for now...
> > Suren
> > P.S. It is actually took quite a lot of time and effort to write
> > letter. The long absence has made me rusty. And, anyway, I'm a
> > writer.
> > P.P.S. I'm wondering if I should change my account name. Icysuren
> > sounded funny when I created it several years ago, but I'm wondering
> > if it's a bit inappropriate. What do you think?
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