Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Feeling

Feeling blessed, feeling happy, feeling accomplished


On Saturday we were invited to a Hanuman pooja (prayer). Hanuman is revered as a Hindu God who was an ardent follower of Lord Rama. Now I rarely go for these as for me, connecting with God or The Great Spirit is best done in solitude and silence. But my mother has hurt her knee and is unable to walk without help. So I had to go with her. Perhaps I was called to that prayer on Sunday as Lord Rama is my favourite.  Feeling blessed. Feeling happy.

And I haven't fallen behind in the FMSphotoaday challenge so feeling accomplished.

Here's the roundup for last week

Clean out the clutter from your mind (and heart) and focus on Spirit


Eat all in moderation. Our bodies need carbs, protein, veges, fruits, oils, fats, water. This is my belief anyway and it works for me. And as for the prompt Dinner - Sunday night is always Chinese takeaway. 



 Someone once said these words to me - there are no right or wrong roads. All roads lead to our destiny. We only have different adventures along the way depending on the choice we make. Ever since then, I've stopped worrying about taking a wrong road.



To do - fold up the washed clothes and put them away - done and dusted!



Before bedtime - Meditate. The nights when I'm really tired and decide not to, I don't sleep well at all and wake up feeling even more tired. So now I meditate even if it's for just 10 minutes. 



I love how my local supermarket decorates the stair wall always with drawings and/or colourings of children. 



These words "All things fall into place at the right time, in the right way" has simplified my life and removed endless worry of things not happening. Taking each day as it comes. 



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6 comments:

  1. Feeling is a good F word and being free of clutter is something I'd like. Carver, ABC-Wed. Team

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    1. Thanks Carver. I woulg love a clutter free house too

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  2. Your post gives me a good feeling!

    ROG, ABCW

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  3. My Indian girl friends grew Tulsi from me to perform their pooja every morning when I was in Singapore.

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    1. Hi Ann Tulsi is a very important part of the Indian pooja

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