I have no work except his love."
~Sant Darshan Singh, mystic Poet of India
Rarely do we share glimpses of our inner spiritual path on this blog. We do so now with profound love and gratitude, for it has taken us a little while to absorb her passing. We were not able to travel to India to honor her, yet she lives on forever in the memory of the time she held mom, sobbing inconsolably in her arms, kissing mom, whispering, "I know, I know." Mom misses her spiritual master, Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj and is unable to travel to see him. When he arrived to inaugurate the Vancouver, British Columbia Eco-Center for Meditation back in April, 2009,
mom's mystical longing literally exploded out of her wheelchair and into the arms of MataJi, who comforted mom as Her Very Own...for Sant Darshan Singh was her own husband, and he passed in 1989: one of the greatest, humblest mystic poets India ever called her very own.
Now they are Together again. Mom will never forget MataJi's embrace: she literally melted into
Mata Ji's Divine Love! It never happened before. Nor will it ever happen again. Yet Mataji's passing will never remove the memory and Divine comfort she provided in that one, seemingly endless Motherly embrace. Mother of All Creation, Love Personified, evey being her son and daughter,
every creature hers to care for with no regard for race, religion, nationality: no differences existed
in Her eyes, we all became hers...she brought Unity to diversity and we found our common
yearning for oneness with ourselves, with one another, and with all Creation in the precious
gift of her saintly embrace.
We follow the Path of Sant Mat meditation, which asks us to love all as our very own.
Easier said than done!
But we will get up each time we fall, and fall we do, and often;
Yet, for us, no aspiration in life is more worthy than the Ultimate Realization that
we are all One. United, in the words of Sant Rajinder Singh Ji, by "Silken threads
of the Divine." And that embrace is inclusive of all creatures, great and small,
human and dove.
In Peace Tonight Remembering our Beloved Mataji,