Re: Back home
- Dear Anita,
Your posting is great and it sounds exactly like some of my
experiences when many things need to be done at the same time and you
have no idea how, but finally it all happens with God's Grace.
--- In Sri_Chinmoy_Inspiration@yahoogroups.com, anitabusic
> Hi everyone!
> Although I have been reading your most inspirational messages from
> time to time, I could only read them once a week. (Hopefully I will
> soon have an internet connection at home.) This is the first time I
> am actually posting something myself.
> I arrived home yesterday from our beautiful Celebrations of Sri
> Chinmoy's birthday. I still feel jetlagged and have slept for most
> of the afternoon yesterday.
> I will now just say a few things about my departure day. I was so
> concerned to get everything done in time. I had letters to hand over
> to different people, I had to get and pack up humanitarian aid I was
> bringing to my hometown for 100 children, a bedmat to return to my
> dearest and sweetest friend Srotaswini, and so on. I was just
> running around trying to find people, getting everything done before
> I left. And when it was nearing my departure time, I managed to get
> everything done truly one after the other - the people I needed to
> see "just appeared" and all the conversations needed to be made were
> made, and everything was done, except for one thing. I had to bring
> back the bedmat somehow to Srotaswini, and I couldn't find the time
> to go to her. As I was leaving the Aspiration-Ground, who do you
> think I saw?! Srotaswini with a most beautiful smile on her face. I
> immediately thanked God, and said to myself truly today the Supreme
> is really taking care of me. I felt my Guru's love swell in my heart
> from the blessingful walk-by when he had poured his blessings into
> all those who were to depart that day.
> Srotaswini was just a Godsend. She helped me with my things
> (remember I had not only my personal stuff to carry but humanitarian
> aid as well), and brought me prasad (blessed food) in just the last
> minute as my cab driver was to drive away. I then remembered
> something I read in Sri Chinmoy's writings: that God offers his help
> to us through other human beings, usually our friends.
> Off I went to the airport, and there met Vedika, a true hero in
> ultra running, ultra cycling and ultra swimming, whom I was
> delighted to see. We then travelled together, enjoyed the Garfield
> movie and went in the end to our different cities.
> Now I must go, but will be back soon with more delightful
> impressions of the Celebrations to inspire those who could not
> attend for whatever reason.
> Divine Love to all in the Heart of the Supreme,