Re: Thanks for all the news...
- On behalf of my big sister, thanks for your compliment about The
Visit our website at: http://www.thelotusheart.co.nz/
There you can see pictures of when Sri Chinmoy visited the
restaurant over a year ago.
The Lotus-Heart turned seven in February and it has made miraculous
progress. I remember visiting it right at the beginning and never
imagined that one day it would be my occupation or that it would be
as popular as it now is. I have deep love and gratitude for the
place because, like other enterprises around the world, it is a real
haven for customers and workers alike.
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, salil_wilson
> Your restaurant is one of my favourite enterprises. Is there aLotus-Heart
> --- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, nz_harita <
> no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > It is so nice to read detailed accounts of Sri Chinmoy's activities
> > in New York. Thank you to the kind-hearted people involved!
> > This is my first posting since getting back from the Christmas trip,
> > which was a heavenly experience. It is always hard to adjust to being
> > back home and getting back into the daily routine, but it has also
> > been a really nice experience to share news of our time in Bali with
> > our friends here in Christchurch.
> > We closed The Lotus-Heart for one week in February, when most of the
> > workers were away with Sri Chinmoy. Our loyal customers were not put
> > out, on the contrary they were so pleased when we re-opened, and were
> > very eager to hear all about our experiences!
> > It has been so nice to have abundant opportunities to recount the
> > blissful and inspirational moments with Sri Chinmoy. While telling
> > people, I feel transported back to the experience, and at the same
> > time it is like the eager listener is absorbing the essence of the
> > experience as well--such is the power of inspiration.
> > One person asked what we were doing in Bali, and when I said we were
> > spending time with Sri Chinmoy, he could not believe it. "You mean you
> > were actually with him? O my God, how WAS it??" he said, and seemed to
> > completely forget that he had come to buy food as he asked question
> > after question.
> > "Enrich the lives of others.
> > Lo, your heart has become
> > Infinitely rich."
> > ~Sri Chinmoy
> > To read more about of Sri Chinmoy, visit
> > http://www.srichinmoy.org
> > With gratitude, Harita