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Gitanjali

 A collection of poems written by Rabindranath Tagore for which he won a Nobel Prize for Literature. Its central theme is devotion, and its motto is ‘I am here to sing thee songs.’

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Guide Her Back to Me

Today the teenager daugther of a friend cried for help by swallowing too many pills. She is being supported at the hospital and is recovering well. Can I give a message to the family TéO? Sarah has much to accomplish before she finds her way to me. She is not ready to be received. SheContinue reading “Guide Her Back to Me”

Death

Death is simply the start of a new phase. The soul has completed its lessons in this lifetime and needs to recycle that body back so that it can adorn a new wrapper; a new body, and transcend to be that much closer to the Divine. To be closer to not having to receive lifeContinue reading “Death”

A Rent In The Fabric

I have these words in my head…”there’s a rent in the fabric…i can see through…” what does this mean TéO? TéO: remember all is for your wellbeing. Things happen for you, not to you. When you are complete accepting of this; when you recognize this as a surety, you are able to easily start toContinue reading “A Rent In The Fabric”

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