This blog happened because of the numerable amount of miracles that I have personally witnessed in my life and those of people I know who are devotees of Divine Mother. A deep desire to share those moments and Divine Mother’s will that it happen, resulted in this blog. At no point does this blog promise to intercede on anybody’s behalf. These are only testimonials of a devotee – so that it may inspire others like yourself to know the glory of Divine Mother Rama Devi.
Very many people, especially the student community sends very many mails and postings pleading for help in passing their exams.Promises are made of offering money, promising to fast and so on if the wishes are fulfilled. One particular girl sent a flurry of messages pleading that she pass in her exams. She failed, upon which she sent hate messages.
Dear readers, God doesn’t want your money! So don’t bother bribing the ever present truth in each one of us. When we chant the Divine Mantra – Charanam Sharanam Ramambike Charanam Sharanam Thrayambake, we are opening up a connection within ourselves to the divinity within. This divinity is the eternal truth. When we desire something, whatever it is – a broken relationship, wealth, a position, passing exams in the academic field, passing exams in the field of life; we are presenting forth our agony to a higher counsel and we are praying for relief.
Once we pray and chant the Divine Mantra, Mother is in charge of us – of our problem. Submit yourself to her and don’t worry about the problem. Whatever that happens after that is for your own good. Whether that particular relationship fails or if you fail in that exam. Accept it and move on and you will find greater glories in your path. In our short-sightedness we are unable to accept failure and and some of us curse God. This is indeed tragic.
I am reminded of the verses of the mystic poet Kahlil Gibran – ‘Then a woman said, speak to us of joy and sorrow. And he answered. Your joy is your sorrow unmasked. And the selfsame well from which your laughter rises was oftentimes filled with tears. And how else can it be? The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain. Is not the cup that holds your wine the very cup that was burned in the potter’s oven?’
May Divine Mother’s grace embrace us all.