Even though there is so much to mourn about and complain about these days, I stumbled on a quote from Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj. Even in the good times, I have needed this reminder to keep me from being a part of the problems and negativity in the world. May we all remember that we are love. Nisargadatta asks a man about his obsession and sadness because he could never make his mother love him. Nisargadatta then asks him, "What is love?" Is it not a state of being rather than a state of mind? Must you know that you love in order to love? Did you not love your mother unknowingly? Your craving for her love, for an opportunity to love her, is it not the movement of love? Is not love as much a part of you as consciousness of being? You sought the love of your mother because you loved her.
Being Happy, Making Happy is the Rhythm of Life
"It is your complete ignorance of yourself that covered up your love and happiness and made you seek for what you have never lost. Love is will, the will to share your happiness with all. Being happy, making happy---this is the rhythm of life.
Talking about Love,.;.....the hugging saint, Divine Mother Amma, has sent out a tea recipe that will help diminish Corona symptoms and possibly cure them....
This is a summary of Divine Mother Amma Sri Karunamayi's anti-covid ayurvedic tea recipe for curing bacteria and raising heat in the body: taken if symptoms occur (see video explanation)
Divine Mother Amma Sri Karunamayi Tea
8 garlic cloves and 12 cloves. Boil with 7 cups of water.
Eat the garlic and cloves.
Boil 3 tsp of turmeric with the remaining liquid.
Drink "little bit, little bit" up to three days total.
Divine Mother says coronavirus will subside around May 15. HANG ON!
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