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  • doriscott20002000
    Oi, now I have to eat my soup. What soup? O, I mean the cake. It was delicious, Anita. I think I solved that problem creatively. Yes, yes, I too bought a big
    Message 1 of 8 , Sep 28, 2005
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      Oi, now I have to eat my soup. What soup? O, I mean the cake. It was
      delicious, Anita. I think I solved that "problem" creatively. Yes,
      yes, I too bought a big cake with plums on top; one of my
      favourites. I gave myself two pieces, the rest of the cake the
      family that was still present had to share (don't think I am bad, it
      gave me real joy and others as well ;-)). O, and thank you for all
      the wonderful gifts. You fulfilled all my desires.:-)


      P.S.: One big piece of cake is for you. Enjoy!


      --- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, anitabusic
      <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > Dear Doris,
      > I just read your post for I have been off busy with quite a few
      > projects.
      > So, though belated, I wish you the HAPPIEST BIRTHDAY!!! Besides,
      > Guru did once say, your Birthday is then when people celebrate it.
      > So, imagine a 3-storey beautiful cake decorated with white
      > and strawberries, inside a thick delicious chocolate-rum filling,
      > top of it 7 rainbow candles and a smiley drawn on top of it as
      > Then imagine countless presents around the cake wrapped up in
      > beautiful, shiny paper; but above all many, many smiling faces all
      > wishing you the happiest Birthday ever! Many most melodious songs
      > are sung just for you, all you very favourites.
      > Have you imagined it all? This is our souls' gift to you in the
      > inner world, since we could not be with you outwardly and say it
      > you outloud.
      > Once again, have the best year so far, and every year may it be
      > better and better.
      > With all our heart's love (especially mine),
      > :)) Anita
      > --- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, doriscott20002000
      > <no_reply@y...> wrote:
      > >
      > >
      > > Hello dear world,
      > >
      > > On september 21th Sri Chinmoy gave the last of nine world
      > > concerts in Hamburg,Germany.
      > >
      > > I attended the concerts in Freiburg, Mannheim, Nürnberg und
      > München
      > > and then had to go back.
      > >
      > > Being back home I couldn't accept the fact that I was in Zürich
      > and
      > > my Master was a 'few miles' away. I checked the Internet for a
      > > flight but the offerings were somehow to expensive. My colleague
      > > Narmada also checked some addresses for a flight. Finally we
      > up
      > > and consoled each other by cutting jokes such as; perhaps a
      > > carpet is passing by, don't forget your gloves... and so on.
      > >
      > > The next day early in the morning I received a phonecall from a
      > > friend that Sri Chinmoy was inviting his students to come to
      > > Hamburg. O happy day! The ticket was booked, the credit card for
      > the
      > > payment was found, another student called from Hamburg and
      > offered
      > > a car ride back from Hamburg to Zürich :-)
      > >
      > > Like in a dream we found ourselves touching the ground of
      > > three hours later. The sun was shining and I felt like it was my
      > > birthday and in the evening we enjoyed the final concert.
      > >
      > > After the concert we were allowed to take some of the flowers
      > > had decorated the stage home. After a car ride of eleven happy
      > hours
      > > we arrived in Zürich. The flowers survived and were put on the
      > place
      > > where I am meditating.
      > >
      > > Next day was my birthday, september 23th.(Do you also have the
      > > feeling that your birthday date has some magic?) I decided to
      > a
      > > day off and enjoy the day.
      > >
      > > First my friend came up to me to tell me she would move out of
      > > flat and was not able to pay for the rent.
      > >
      > > Second I ran to my working place,but everybody had forgotten
      > > my birthday.
      > >
      > > Third I tried to have a special gratitude meditation but,hm, I
      > > didn't feel anything.
      > >
      > > Finally I went to some sport shop to buy some clothes that I
      > I
      > > looked around and o, God, I almost fainted for a second. I saw a
      > > little boy with a kind of disease I had seen only once in my
      > I
      > > think it is called "elephant face." Immediately I started crying
      > and
      > > turned inwardly to God begging Him to bless that child with all
      > His
      > > Love. This little child taught me to feel my heart and to forget
      > > about my stupid expectations to be loved at least on my
      > I
      > > felt something crying inside me, I think it was my soul. :-)
      > >
      > > When I came back to my working place and writing down my
      > experiences
      > > on this site a silent voice said: happy birthday and handed me a
      > > beautiful bouquet of flowers.
      > >
      > > Happy end
      > >
      > > Doris
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