- I don’t know what bad mood is
- Although I look quite sophisticated I can milk a cow and mow a meadow
- I worked as a cleaning lady when I lived for some time illegally in Europe
- I have never ever uttered a swearing word
- I never smoked
- I have no issues with forgiveness
- I am detached to food, have no favorite dishes and can eat anything
- I can never get out of home without makeup on my face
- I am easy to handle because I don’t react to others anger or stupidity; when someone is angry this makes me laugh
- I only had one single depression in my whole life, and I forgot already how it felt
- I grew up in a military ghetto with unique set up: no broken families, no old people, no crimes, only peace and order
- I was an outsider at school and could not find any common interest with my classmates
- I love “partner look” and we always wear same colours when we go out (my husband, our daughter and me)
- any ugly place can be turned into a cosy living home – this is what I believe and can do
- My mood does not depend on weather, I believe there is no bad weather, I truly enjoy any type of it
- I am not much into cooking although I can cook really well if I have to
- due to my sahaja meditation practice I live in 4 dimensions, not three – it means I posses the next level of perception (vibrations) and use it on the daily basis for all life purposes
- my mind is always relaxed but at the same time very sharp (side effect of meditation practice)
- just by pointing out my attention to any subject, I can precept it in total and study, analyze and influence anything in a short time
- in my wardrobe I have 30 skirts and only one pair of pants (for gardening)
- I would feel uncomfortable seeing someone wearing same piece of cloths as me
- I have no driving license and no desire to drive a car
- I cannot swim
- I don’t watch TV since 8 years
- I used to read a lot but now since many years I hardly read a book per year, same for films
- I had an arranged marriage
- I don’t really know what is “my”: even my daughter whom I totally adore does not feel like “my” to me.
- I am never “achieving” any goals, things just come to me when my attention is persistent
- I feel EVERY person I meet is my friend
- People are my passion
30 things about me which may surprise you March 23, 2013
Why we are looking for paradise March 19, 2013
It is very interesting to study the lives of the great in the world. We find that some great people have almost arrived at the fulfillment of their undertakings and just before they had reached the goal they have lost it; and there have been some great people who have attained the ultimate success in whatever they have undertaken. You will always find that the souls of the former kind are the ones who were gifted with great power and yet lacked faith, while the others were gifted with the same power, and that power was supported by faith.
A person may have all the power there is, all the wisdom and inspiration, but if there is one thing lacking, which is faith, he may attain to ninety-nine degrees of success and yet may miss that very one whose loss in the end takes away all that was gained previously. There is a saying in English, ‘all’s well that ends well’, as the Eastern people say in their prayers, ‘make our end good’; for if there be a difficulty just now we do not mind, because there will be success, the real success, in its completion.
It is in this outlook that we can find the secret of the idea of Paradise, the paradise which has been spoken of by the elevated souls of all times, and in all scriptures you will find a reference to paradise is a hope in the hereafter, a hope in the future.
When someone finds that there is no justice to be found in life, or beauty is lacking, or wisdom is not to be found anywhere, and goodness is rare, then he begins to think that justice must exist somewhere; all beauty, wisdom, goodness must be found somewhere, and that is in paradise. He thinks, ‘It exists somewhere. I shall find it one day; if not in this life, I shall find it in the hereafter; but there is a day when the fulfillment of my hope, my desire, will come.‘ This person lives; and this person lives to see his desire fulfilled. For in reality the lack that one finds in a person, in a thing, in an affair, in a condition, will not always remain. For all will be perfect, all must be perfect; it is a matter of time. And it is towards that perfection that we are all striving, and the whole universe is working towards the same goal. It is in that perfection that the thinkers and the great ones of all times have seen their paradise, because through man it is God who desires. Therefore it is not the desire of man; it is the desire of God, and has its fulfillment.