“To find real joy in this life, you need to follow a spiritual path” Sri Sakthi Amma…Om Namo Narayani…
My beautiful friends Edo and Jo made their target on Pozible to make their two new kirtan albums next year…YIPPEE! I can’t wait for these new albums to arrive in March 2014.
Here is a lovely thank you from them.
I’m always amazed and impressed by people who can juggle. How about juggling and eating your juggling items at the same time? On my last trip to the Sri Narayani Vidyalaya School in Thirumalaikodi the children there got to see this live! … Continue reading
You know you are in India when you see your Guru depicted in graffiti. Padma and I were delighted to see Sri Sakthi Amma graffiti in Thirumalaikodi.
My beautiful friends Edo and Jo are looking for support to make their new double album happen. Edo and Jo are filled with love and devotion and I feel very blessed to know them. The work they do for underprivileged communities, … Continue reading
At the beginning of our stay here at the Sripuram Ashram, in Thirumalaikodi, we met Parvati (on the left) on an auto rickshaw bus. On the bus she generously gave me some flowers for my hair. Her daughter, Lakshmi, (on … Continue reading
When you’re happy and you know it clap your hands. When you’re happy and you know it clap your hands. When you’re happy and you know it then you really ought to show it… When you’re happy and you know … Continue reading
Today Padma and I started our volunteer teaching at the Sri Narayani Vidyalaya School. This school is run by the Sripuram Ashram in Thirumalaikodi. It is a wonderful school with 85% of its students the first in their family to … Continue reading
Do monkeys love anklets too? I nearly found out today! Each day I like to get five minutes sun to boost my vitamin D and today I decided to get it on the beautiful rooftop of our hotel in Tiruvannamalai. … Continue reading
“What is always there is what is called peace. Even the Vedas begin with ‘shanti’ and close with ‘shanti’”…Sri Ramana Maharshi. Tiruvannamalai lies at the feet of one of the important sacred places of India, Mount Arunchala. Indians believe that … Continue reading