Re: In the bad books...
- Shane and Purnakama -
"You are not alone"!
One time we printed the wrong address number on our class leaflets,
so instead of directing everyone to the Quaker Meeting House we were
directing them to a private address further along the street.
We had to station someone outside the house for the evening to avert
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, purnakama2000
> Ack! I pulled a Shane today.event
> I was working on typing out aphorisms for a World Harmony Run
> that we're having, and I made a huge blunder.my
> I proudly chose perfect aphorisms for the occasion,printed them on
> computer,and toddled off to the printer to have them reproduced onI
> beautiful Monet style paper. In 15 minutes they were printed, and
> proudly took them home with me. I walked into my house and proudly(notice
> placed them on my shrine with gratitude for a job well done
> I've been using the word proudly a lot?). The instant I placedthem
> there, the glaring mistake jumped out at me. I had neglected toput
> Guru's name beneath each aphorism. Nobody would have known whowrote
> these beautiful poems. How could I be so forgetful?went
> So I went humbly back to my computer to fix my error, and humbly
> back to the printers who just smiled and laughed at my mistake,and
> brought them humbly home again.humble
> My lesson: no matter what the project,always remember to offer
> gratitude at each new step. I'm sure that there may still bemistakes,
> but I think the odds are a lot better. :)came
> Happy manifesting!
> -- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, shane_dublincentre
> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > Im not exactly Mr Popular in the Dublin Centre at the moment - I
> > down after meditation last night to find everyone at the tableI
> > over our leaflets for classes with a pen. We had been slightly
> > concerned about these leaflets because we hadnt been getting any
> > calls. The reason - apparently when I was designing the leaflets
> > inexplicably put down a 5 instead of a 0 at the end of our
> > number! As a result some poor Russian guy down in Cork wasgetting a
> > heap of enquiries. Apparently he was quite annoyed at first whenwe
> > rang him but then he softened up a little and might even pass thenothing and
> > wayward callers on to us if we're lucky...
> > Everyone knew who was to blame but, bless them, they said
> > just got on with the job of correcting the leaflets.
> > Shane