15 November 2012

Embracing the world and a freebie as usual

On Tuesday we took a day off, we left home and our beds at 5 am, direction Milan,  Malpensa fair, to be embraced by Amma.
Amma is a sort of saint, a bit just like Mother Teresa of Calcutta, with her organisation she helped thousand of people all around the world, they were one of the first helpers during the tsunami in Indonesia, countless the good and humanitarian deeds. If you want to know more about Amma just visit this site here.   
We waited several hours to get our free ticket to be embraced and then 6 more hours in a row for our turn. But the feeling and sensation we had while being in her presence and being embraced by her were well worth the long hours we waited. It's very hard to explain how I felt... how we felt... 
My son was there too and after being embraced he commented:" You know mom I felt a deep vibration in my forehead and here, in my shoulders... she's good isn't she?" " oh yes, she's good, she did miracles too" I answered. He just remained silent for a minute and then commented " I wish I could do miracles too so I could save people's life ". My heart went bigger with pleasure and commotion hearing such words from my own 8 years old son! 
What a wonderful experience! Try it for yourself if you can, no matter what religion or God you pray, it is all and only a matter of love!

There's a new kit on sale created by Scrap Angie, it's called "Sweet Pistache"

to be found here:


The quick page I am offering as a freebie is derived form the above page, have fun with it:


As usual all my creations are for free and for personal use only.
All I'm asking is a little bit of patience in reading this post's few lines to find the download link which is hidden in the post. 

Sorry freebie expired!

Please leave a comment, a little love is always appreciated!


2 comments:

Rosemary said...

Thanks for sharing your loving experience and what a sweet heart your son has!

Peggy said...

This unique Quick Page will make a lovely heritage page using photos of my great-grandparents. Thank you for sharing it!