a long time
I have been meaning to write for a long time and make comments as I've been reading every day, but alas the busyness of the end of a school year has taken over, so here I am weeks later, hoping I'm not too late.
Sarala, I have been enjoying your Meditations Food For the Soul posts very much. It's an inspiring way to start off my work day!
And it's funny how things work. My center leader who is not in the computer world and who does not read this site suddenly out of the blue rediscovered this lovely book and we have been using it for the last several meditations as our pass around read out loud part of the meditation. There must be something of this book floating around in the ether.
Kamalakanta, I always enjoy your posts of your new song arrangements, and when you start posting aphorisms and talks on a theme.
Guru wrote so much that it's just impossible to read through it all, but it's great that we have people like you who will pore through Guru's works and pinpoint timely messages for us.
Also thank you for your encouragement of my new musical adventure which I will write about in another post.
And Doris. I sympathise with your situation.
I was in NY the other weekend for a short visit, and received the following aphorism on my take out bag from Annam Brahma. I immediately thought of you and one of your recent posts. But it's a good message for us all.
"Do not allow circumstances to frighten you.
Do not allow situations to torture you.
Look beyond the appearances.
Yours will be the unmistakable happiness."
Sri Chinmoy (unofficial)
I hope that things start looking up for you:)
And on a completely OT note...
It's a very exciting day in my city as it will be announced at 11:00am today, that after 15 years we are getting our NHL (National Hockey League) team back. I know that probably doesn't mean much to most of you out there, but for a good Canadian girl and die hard hockey fan who grew up watching the Toronto Maple Leafs play at Maple Leaf Gardens, this is indeed a happy day!
I hope everyone has a lovely day:)