Thank you all for your compassion and patience


Dear friends from all over the World,

I am on the path of recovering my health and it won’t be long until my return to share with you again thoughts about the purpose and the meaning of life, how we can rise above the difficulties of life.

Thank you all for your kind words and compassion.

Have a little more patience.

Enclosed is a video with the words of Dr. Harbhajan Singh, sincere disciple and Gurmukh of Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, which are able to move us, what we can contribute to give a positive goal to our life, to get out of the clutches of the Negative Power with the help of our Divine Father, a Power not only for one religion, for one country, for one group of people, but which is there for all people, as they are all His children, all belong to His creation, as the single drop belongs to the ocean.

The more we begin to understand, the more our angle of vision, how to see this world, will change….

It is high time to change ourselves….

With a warm embrace

Didi

25 comments on “Thank you all for your compassion and patience

  1. Wishing you a continued speedy recovery, Didi! You have been in my thoughts and good wishes! The blogosphere is missing your beautiful artwork and poetry! Take good care of yourself, my friend, and take all the time you need to recover fully! Hope you and your family are doing well! 🙂 ❤

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    • Thank you, my dear friend Anita 🙂

      The pause was good for my health and I feel much better now. However, I will not come back to WordPress so often as before. Hope you are fine too and that all is ok.
      Love and light to you, dear friend 🙂
      Didi

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      • Thank you, dear friend Didi. I’m so glad you are feeling much better! All of us eventually take breaks from WordPress for a while, and I think that is healthy to do. I’m certainly the Queen of breaks! 😁. I’m fine and doing well, and staying busy.

        Love and light back to you, dear friend.

        Anita❤️

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        • Thanks a lot, my dear friend Anita 🙂

          Yes I absolutely agree with you: It is really good to have some breaks from WordPress, even from the PC allowing us to take care of things as we have done before the PC came into our lives. So, as I already annouced, I will not come too often (not every day) to WordPress, but just every now and then.

          Sending you love and big hugs
          Didi

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  2. So glad to hear the good news dear Didi! Take care of yourself, we will be happy to welcome you back once you have fully recovered! In the meantime I echo Anita’s sentiments, and wish you and your family all the best. You are missed and we are all rooting for you! Sending you warm hugs, from heart to heart, Amira ❤ ❤ ❤

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    • My dear friend Amira,

      Thank you very much for your kind words and patience. Now I feel much better, but will not be so much present in WordPress as before. If I use the pc to often it is not good for my eyes, but every now and then will do and will be ok.

      So sending you warm hugs
      From heart to heart
      Didi

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      • Good to see you back and to know you are feeling much better!!! 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤
        I have not been blogging or following blogs either for several months . At the moment I have retired from blogging while I pursue other interests but I am so happy to hear that all is well with you dear Didi!!! Best wishes dear friend on your ongoing recovery. Enjoy a beautiful spring and summer. 🙂 From heart to heart, Amira ❤

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        • Thank you very much, my dear friend Amria 🙂
          Yes, totally understandable that there are also other important things to do beside blogging 🙂
          For you and John a happy Easter, dear friend 🙂
          From heart to heart 🙂
          Didi

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  3. I’m so happy that you’re recovering well, Didi. Thank you for sharing this video by these two great gurus. There’s so much of negative effects today I’m fighting to stay positive in my own little ways. I look forward to your post and beautiful artwork. Take care, my friend. Warmest wishes (*’∀’人)

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    • Thank you, my dear Patricia 🙂

      It is likely that I will return in springtime. However, I make progress already 🙂
      In the video there was only one Guru or Master, He is also my Master, Sant Kirpal Singh and Dr. Harbhajan Singh was His competetent disciple, also called a Gurmukh, who also lived 100% for serving people, as a Doctor, a friend and brother of people. Privacy he did not even know as he was serving people without having own wishes, only for the benefit of other people, a really holy person. And Sant Kirpal Singh Ji, was not only a Guru or competent Master, like Kabir He was the maker of Saints and Masters.

      Hope you can manage your life in a positive way and send you warm greetings from my heart.

      Warm hugs
      Didi

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      • Thanks, Didi! Oh ok, there’s only one Guru. 😁I’m coping well and am happy with my freelance work. I work every Mon, Wed and Fri. Things are getting better and brighter. Looking forward to your return in springtime. Take care and wishing you speedy recovery. 🤗

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  4. When one loses their health, as so many have done amid the Corina. patience can become thin. . That would be the greatest challenge I see in undergoing such change.

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