The Get To Know Me Tag – nominated by Carly

My fellow blogger, Carly, tagged me for: β€œThe Get to Know Me Tag.”
Thank you dear Carly πŸ™‚



What are my strengths?
Spirituality, openness, humour, kindness, helpfulness

What are my short term goals?
To keep the terms short LOL
To improve my health condition

What are my long term goals?
To develop and practise more humanity; to live and do for others (not to fulfil their wishes, but to help poor and needy people). For this I am travelling at least one time in year to India helping to build up the great project “Kirpal Sagar”, to develop spiritually, mentally, intellectually and to understand more and more the functioning of our own mind.

Who matters the most to me?
My Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, Dr. Harbhajan Singh, Biji Surinder Kaur in which God Himself was working in them as His tool, mouthpiece. They did not have any personal wish anymore, they were living example for the whole mankind and gave their last drops of blood to share the universal teaching of God and lived and did for others in this way.

What am I ashamed of?
If I see mistakes in other, but not in me. If I would see my own mistakes with full attention, I would no longer see the mistakes in others…

What do I like to do for fun?
As I love the nature very much, I often go on trekking tours, sleep near a lake in the forest and feel deeply connected and united with the nature.

What new activities am I willing to try?
As I already have many activities, there is no time left for new activities, my hobbies make me happy and keep me busy.

What am I worried about?
About the world – about mankind – where is it going to? I wish man would become more conscious, develop more love and respect and grant our children and grandchildren a world of harmony and understanding.

What are my values?
Faith, trust, love, peace, honesty, spirituality, compassion, empathy, forgiveness, creativity, helpfulness
Pushing beyond my own limits

If I had one wish, it would be…?
My Master asked His disciple Dr. Harbhajan, if he has a wish. Dr. Harbhajan answered: “Master, I have never had a wish, now I have one: That your mission will spread around the world and that a big awakening will come” Sant Kirpal Singh answered: “Such a good wish noone has had so far – you wish will be fulfilled and a time will come when a spiritual revolution, like wild-fire, will go around the world and noone can extuingish it…” – So I bow down to this wish too and join it…

Where do I feel the safest?
Everywhere, as everywhere the God-power, Christ-power, Guru- or Master-power is with me. There is no place where there is not God and my trust and faith is in Him.

What or who gives me comfort?
To join spiritual meetings, called “satsang” in which I get to know more and more about the inner depths of our being, of ourselves… As the God-power is working in me – it gives me comfort and lessons to develop on the spiritual path.

If I was afraid, I would…?
I think at once of my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, “The WORD come  into flesh-power” – He is the lion who protects His children…

What is my proudest accomplishment?
When I could experience the competency of my Master

Am I a night owl or early bird?
I am an early bird, but often go also late to bed.

What does my inner critic tell me?
That I am not yet there, where I want to be.

What do I do to show my self, self-care?
Exercising Surat Shabd Yoga and meditiation – it is the oldest and most natural Yoga based on the Light and Sound-principle. In churches, temples, mosques, synagoges and gudwaras, light is shared in form of candle-light, sound is shared in different instruments (bell, gong etc.) they are the outer symbols of the inner symbols: of light and sound. In the Bible we have: Matthew 6:22 “The eye is the lamp of the body. The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light…”
My hobbies: Reading chosen spiritual books, especially from Sant Kirpal Singh, Baba Jaimal Singh, Rumi, Kabir and more as well as Holy Scriptures from different relgions and books about ancient cultures, trekking tours, travelling, writing poems and aphorisms, creating videos and digital art, genealogy, graphology, listening to relaxing and classic music and languages.

Am I an introvert or extrovert?
Rather extrovert I would say, however I like also to be absorbed in myself, self-centered.

What am I passionate about?
Spirituality, “Man know thyself”.

What do my dreams tell me?
Sometimes I have visions and get to know some messages. Thinking about them, they give hints on my path.

What is my favourite non-fiction book?
Dialogues of Kabir, Crown of life, Mystery of death, Morning Talks, What is spirituality, God-man, Anurak Sagar and more.

What is my favourite fiction book?
Perry Rhodan

What is my favourite movie?
Doctor Zhivago, Gandhi, Contact.

What is my favourite band?
Genesis with Peter Gabriel

What is my favourite food?
All kind of vegetarian food (lacto and vegan).

What is my favourite colour?
Blue, White and Yellow.

What am I grateful for?
That my Master has accepted me as His disciple

When I am feeling down, I like to?
I think of others when they feel bad and wish them recovery from my heart.

I know I am stressed when?
When I am in stress…LOL

I would like to nominate the following people answering the same questions:


1.) Puppydoc
2.) The Little Mermaid
3.) Untraveledroutes
4.) Kevin Muniu
5.) Aishwarya Raj
6.) Marts
7.) byluis7
8.) Poetyca
9.) Bhagyashri


Wishing you all, dear friends, sunshine in your heart



Quote challenge – day 3!


1.) Thank the person who nominated you.
2.) Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
3.) Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
4.) Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

I was nominated by Carly for this cool quote challenge which I appreciate very much. Thank you, dear Carly πŸ™‚





This quote indicates that no Master has fallen out of the blue. Theory alone does not help to bring us forward on the spiritual path, it requires constant practising, discipline and patience.
On this way we should never give up, even when we fall down many times, then we simply have to take the dust down from our clothes, get up again and practise and practise until we have reached our goal. Each falling down enriches us with more and more experiences which is part of the later success.

Thank you very much, my friends
Wishing you all inner peace and sunshine


I nominate:







1.) Thank the person who nominated you.
2.) Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
3.) Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
4.) Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

I was nominated by Carly for this cool quote challenge which I appreciate very much. Thank you, dear Carly πŸ™‚



I like this quote very much as it includes our responsibility and own contribution as well as own development to make a step forward to help the world become better. We cannot just push off this responsibility to others, but have to bear it on our own shoulders. Also Gandhi said: “Be the change that you wish to see in the world!” Usually we tend to blame others for our shortcomings or seek for a victim to put the blame on – so isn’t it time to see our own shortcomings, to be aware of them and weed them out – one by one? If we criticize ourselves with the same passion we do with others, then…

Thanks, my friends πŸ™‚


I nominate:






Quote challenge – nominated by Carly


1.) Thank the person who nominated you.
2.) Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).
3.) Share why this quote appeals so much to you.
4.) Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day.

I was nominated by Carly for this cool quote challenge which I appreciate very much. Thank you, dear Carly πŸ™‚



During His world-tour in America my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji was asked to describe the universal teaching of all competent Masters in a few words.
He answered: “Be Good, Do Good and Be One”

If someone has cleared himself inside from the spots of the mind, his thoughts are good, these thoughts lead to good words and deeds and when all is done selflessly (not being the doer, egoisticly) with the understanding that all is unity, all is one, we consequently develop love and respect to everyone as our neighbours, or brothers and sisters in Him.

I nominate:




Thank you Shobha Iyer for the nomination: “The Versatile Blogger Award”

The Versatile Blogger Award

β€œThe Versatile Blogger Award is an initiative for bloggers to highlight the work of other bloggers, helping each other, after all that is what the blogosphere feeds: sharing.”

It is an initiative to publicize blogs with less followers, this Tag is like a joke but still it turns to be very effective to meet new fresh bloggers as well as experienced bloggers with talent as I am to start the prize I’m going to nominate a blog, then the rules are simple:

Thank the person / blog that indicated it
Include the blog link that nominated your blog for the prize

( Thank you Dear ===>>>
Select and nominate another 10 blogs to attend:

And write 10 facts about yourself to the person who nominated you for the Versatile Blog Award. By participating in this contest you must wear my logo above β€œblue and pink crown at the beginning of the post.

I was nominated by Shobha Iyer for the β€œThe Versatile Blogger Award” for which I would like to express my thankfulness and appreciation.
Dear readers and friends, I refer you to her interesting blog, Thoughtsofsho by Shobha Iyer , full of positive aspects. Just convince yourselves πŸ™‚

Ten facts about myself:

1.) The most important persons in my life is my Master Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, Dr. Harbhajan Singh and his wife Biji Surinder Kaur. These universal teachings given by them and all competent Masters in the past have helped me a lot, to understand the purpose and sense of life. Humbly I bow down to them in deep thankfulness.

2.) I am a man, although my nick “Didi” sounds like a female name.

3.) Spirituality is my daily bread, to live and do with it.

4.) I am a lacto-vegetarian and consider all animals and plants as our brothers and sisters in a lower form, where also God’s life-impulse is embedded. There are two important laws: The Law of Karma and the Law of Grace – without the Law of Grace we would always be prisoners in the wheel of coming and going. Every tiny thought, even a single vibration of a thought is subject to cause and effect, is like a mirror to our own
thoughts, words and deeds. Thus everything comes with a reaction (action and reaction, cause and effect) – to eat plants has therefore two advantages:
first: it is living food, second: it causes less karma than eating animals. However, only through sincere longing for the truth, through devotion and love, the Law of Grace will take measurements to bring such a soul out of the transmigrating wheel to the higher planes such as Sach Khand, the plane of no matter but pure consciousness. From there our real journey home starts up to Anami, the 8th divine plane, where God Absolute is residing.

5.) My first poems and aphorisms I started to write over 40 years ago.

6.) As in my family there are artists, I also have become interested in art, in digital art. In this way I often try to create photos going along with my poems.

7.) Video creation also belongs to my hobbies.

8.) In my heart I wish that we all have a better understanding and treat us as human beings.

For those whose tongues are too fast I wish thoughtfulness.
For those whose hearts are hardened and hateful I wish peace and serenity.
For those who create misunderstandings I wish right understanding.
For those who have black blood in their veins I wish love and light.
For those who are indifferent I wish more responsibility.
For those who criticize I wish that they look into a mirror…
For all I wish to see the strings with which we are equipped, then we no longer are the Doers (as we are the puppets on the string, controlled by God)
For all I wish to see that we are all brother and sisters in Him, so that we treat us as brothers and sisters.
For all I wish to see that there is only one God for all, no matter how we name Him… as we are all His children.
For all of us: unity and oneness, no longer with the view of our ego/mind that separates everything.

9.) I love to be in the nature, I feel oneness, unity in the nature, all with all.

10.) My interests also extend to all old cultures.

My 10 Nominees:

Maysa Rose
The Little Mermaid
Fractured Faith Blog
Jens Jewish journey
With love
Easy vegetarian recipes

To participate in this award matter is voluntary, not a must.

Wishing you all light and love in your hearts