Saturday, 16 November 2013
Still remember the time my soul came out of my body and I really thought I was leaving this earth for good. In my mind I was begging for a second chance, I was pleading with my maker, asking for one more chance, promising him that I will continue with my peace mission. (When you are out of your body, you can't move you feel lifeless, you want to talk and it's all thought controlled). I was very scared and suddenly I felt my grandmothers soul appear as she kissed my face, I felt her skin touch mine, I felt at peace, I felt at ease and I was back in my body. I thanked my maker for giving me a second chance, and that's one of the many reasons I do what I do. I love each and everyone to the max.
When our creator calls us back, we won't really have a choice and if it's your time to go, you will be called back. I don't think that morning was my time, then again no one is aware nor knows if and when. So make the most of your life on earth, as your here to learn the vast amount of lessons that you will eventually take back home,for eternity.
I do miss my dearest grandmother and we will meet again one day.
( God willing).
Insha Allah, God willing and hoping she will be the one that stands at the bright white light to hold my hand and to take me through.
Posted by India's Daughter at 12:50
Friday, 15 November 2013
Anything can trigger a memory from the past and for me it was the mention of rice. Twenty years ago, in my younger days, when I was free and very single, I was offered a job as a nanny with a well known rice manufactures. At the time of going to the actual interview I wasn't aware of their high status, as the agency didn't mention it, I was young and very naive, still am today. I went to the interview with two of my friends, in my small car that just about made it there. It was in a small village in London, we entered the house and made ourselves comfortable, as I'm a very natural person.The family immediately took a liking to me and offered me the job on the spot as I got on with their children. In the package they included a flat of my own and it was nice. But in those days, I wasn't this strong women that you see today and I was scared of change. I could have taken the risk, as I was alone in london and living in this one bedroom bedsit. I did have a job already too, in an hotel and I was coping financially. But I was scared to leave the friends that I had made, as I didn't really now of these people that wanted to employ me. They really desperately wanted me, as they kept phoning me and at the time I was too naive to understand why they would want me so much. I was loving in them days too as you master the art of hiding your problems and it's called having two lives.
You see in life, our creator has given us that free will and many choices, different paths that we are able to choose from. If I had chosen to take that job, I wouldn't have met my hubby and had my lovely boys. I would have being on a completely different journey, as to what I am on today.
"Life is a journey of many choices and each step that we take will lead us to a different path"
Jumma Mubarak and have a blessed friday.
Posted by India's Daughter at 00:09
Sunday, 10 November 2013
It's Remembrance Day today, year in the memory of those who have been affected in all conflicts.
Let's say a prayer to those that have lost ensuring that people remember those who have given their lives for the freedom we enjoy today.
Irrelevant of creed or colour ...Let's pray for countries that are still at war and the many lives that will be lost because man hasn't learn't the art of communicating yet. May that day be soon, where everyone will learn to live in peace and harmony. Let's visualize a day that will be filled with love so all will sort their differences out.
My message as always, let there be no more man made WARS and we peace activists will continue to spread PEACE.
May God guide us all.
"The world will hold a 2 minute silence but we will remember everyone that has gone to the spirit world before their time"
Posted by India's Daughter at 02:33