Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by Thyagarajan, Jan 11, 2018.
Itz good to know young ones too chant as a habit!
God Bless Us All.
Thank you. I liked the intended pun . Namo Namaha:
My puppy Orion was due for his routine medical checkup last week. He was shivering with fear when he knew he was waiting for the Vet. A nurse came into tell us about the physical he was going to go over. My wife was chanting Slokas for the well being of my pet. She stopped it to greet the nurse and all of a sudden noticed a big Tatoo in her forearm and told her, "Your Tatoo is nice". She said, "Thanks". I asked her, "It looks like Sanskrit words". She replied, "Yes, It is "Aum Gum Ganapathaye Namah". She added, "I chant that everyday at 4:30 a.m. followed by my Yoga". My wife was happy that she was leaving our puppy in a safe pair of hands.
On the way back she asked, "Why are you looking so dull? Orion will be fine". I replied, "I am not worried about Orion but I am thinking how a Caucasian makes a commitment to chant something at 4:30 a.m. in the morning followed by Yoga. Perhaps, that is the type of devotion I need for my salvation". What a way to start the day. Every such conversation is a big motivation in my life.
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