15 February, 2013

Valentine Day Special

Hope all of you had a great time spending time with your Valentine,i did had a wonderful time too!



I initially called only Abba Father DADU now started calling JESUS And HOLY Spirit Also DAdu so how many Dadu's i have??? Tell tell THREEE ya ya ya i do walk with my family actually i feel good !!!

After all they all are three person in one,i have to spend time with three different person but they are all same,this is a very funny thing i face daily,i talk to Father dadu then say Jesus and Holy Spirit dadu that Don't get hurt ok na ,and i found myself like a fool between trinity ha ha ha

 Then i realize wow What a fool i am,i think Dadu's together must be laughing of my foolishness ha ha ha because talking to one means i am talking to all three..WELL MY MIND REALLY CANT GRASP THEM COMPLETELY THEY TRULY ARE TOO VAST TO UNDERSTAND

O! talking about the Valentine day,my Sir simply asked whose your Valentine and i said it's GOD! As with further talk we discussed valentine can be anyone,it can be parents,friends and definitely lovers too!

So i thought this time as i love my dadu so best is to make someone whom he loves too!

YEHH He loves everyone tada!Now what?


I Proposed her two days back asking her can she my Valentine?

It was so funny,she said yes giggling hahaha

I said to mom do you understand the meaning of that,she just smiled,MY SWEET MOM!

Then DECIDED TO buy a Saree for her,initially she agreed later she said no expense i already have Saree's,then i said fine its her day after all,i cant say no to anything she says right?then asked her again what do you want? she said i want to eat Chinese samosa HA HA HA What a sweet Valentine i have !!

After coming back from office,went for a meeting in Church then while returning back home i brought a heart shaped cake then on top of it wrote LOVE YOU MOM then made her cut and gave her CHINESE SAMOSAS! Enjoyed doing that!!!

DAY WAS FUN SEEING HER NAKARAS! I WISH MY MOM LIVES 100 years as this is what she says most of time. 

O ya forgot to tell i got another proposal too for being her valentine but as i was already booked with mom so then we both fought and made up on valentine day ha ah ah She too was my secret Valentine!


For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.   John 3:16


13 February, 2013

Kite Flying

Its been almost a month of finishing of Uttrayan,but I got the pictures yesterday ha ha ha so could write it today!

Well,as usual I was exited for this day since a week,not decided where to celebrate ,every year its normally celebrated at Riju bhaiya place,but this year mom was too strict to send me anywhere so finally my sweet Jensy told me to celebrate this time at my place itself.

Early morning while returning from market after purchasing some  bakery food items I found Jewel and Montrial on bicycle with kites,I just asked them where are you going,I had informed Motrial but Jewel was a surprise, he is my naughtiest catechism student, my God! and they were coming to my place and was searching my home!!!!! My Whole day is goanna spend by getting teased…yaiee! I cannot say him naughtiest well there another named Austin who put green stick insect on me last to last Sunday..Ek se badkar ek! I will write on my catechism classes in future ha ha ha there goes altogether another dramas with all of them ! I Love them all!

So Jewel and Montrail were my first guests, now the problem is I haven’t visited my Terese since long and  when i went to Terese i saw! wow! It full of dust then started our cleaning work,when I started I was not thinking Jewel and Montrial can be so helping hand but finally realised they have true beautiful heart and cleaned my terese completely I can say they did sweeping work twice! All who have fun can work too! Yeah my Cutie kids!

Then all arrangements was done by they two,specially of music system to be brought from Linet’s  place and then later helping me bring food from outside in between!

I was really impressed by there help,ya only problem is they keep teasing me 24/7..!!!!

Then afternoon had meal together,Special was Udyios and Puris but yes JEWEL AND MONTRIAL LIKED ONLY UDYIOS BECAUSE PURIS I PREPARED SO NATURALLY THEY WILL DISLIKE!!!!!!  HA HA HA and then me and Jensy where is different team fighting each other,cutting each other kites ha ha ha That was total Fun….!

Well to my Surprise my mom was sleeping and resting peacefully down with no much interference and the day was full fun..DADU WAS HANDLING EVERYTHING PEACEFULLY.I ENJOYED THOROULY…MY GOD IS AN AWSOME GOD!!!

Here goes the photos…

                                                      Green Shirt JEWEL and White Shirt -MONTRIAL

                                      Me busy flying kite which must be given by somebody else as i Don't know flying kite!!!ha ha

                                                                             As usual Jewel Making Faces on me  ha ha ha

                                                                                          Give me some sunshine...

                                                                YEahhhhhhhhh  me and Jewel smiling together a rare picture!

                                                     HAPPY VALENTINE DAY IN ADVANCE...!!!

                                                           KEEP ROCKING WITH CHRIST...!!!!!

05 February, 2013

The Precious Pearl!

Since few days I was reading  books on saints and I completed one named The Story of Saint Rita of Cascia ,what a beautiful lady she was,so much she has suffered ,I was so impressed by her that I decided to make her as one of my patron saint. I would love to say her story in short. 

Antonio and Amata Lotti, natives of Roccaporena, a tiny village in the Umbrian Hills of the republic of Cascia, were well-respected peacemakers in their town who was pleading for a child, as since many years after their plead they finally thought of giving up the plead for a child and that is the time when God bless them with a baby girl name Margherita in 1381, as her name meant “pearl” and she was known as Rita. 

Next day after her baptism, her parents made her sleep in cradle and went to few distance from which they could see her and started working in field, one man nearby was hurt badly and his hands were bleeding because of cut in his hands, he came running and saw bees going in and out of Rita’s mouth and she was busy sleeping peacefully without being disturbed, he got busy in waving those bees away and after sometime when all the bees went away when he saw his hands which was waving bees was completely healed. No bleeding! No Cuts was found! She was blessed since birth!

Baptized in the church of St. Augustine in Cascia, Rita became familiar with the local Augustinian nuns of St. Mary Magdalene and was attracted to their way of life.She said her desire to join them but her parents had a different plan for her, they wanted her to get married and she knows that her parents thinking of her security and protection, she said yes to them thinking it the will of God keeping her desire of becoming nun aside.

So Rita obediently married Paolo Mancini with whom she had two sons. At that time there was often open conflict between families, and her husband's family had conflict with other family and her husband Paolo was murdered. She lost her husband at a very young age,yet she forgives the murderer and tries to convince her sons to forgive them but her sons was planning to take revenge for their father’s murderer, so she prays to God very earnestly that he take control so that her son may not lose innocence by doing any wrong act,and within an year, both sons suffered to a deadly illness leaving Rita not only a widow, but also childless. She never knew this way God will answer her!But she never lost faith in Jesus!

After eighteen years of marriage, Rita felt been called by God the second time to religious life in the Augustinian convent. But the sisters were hesitant and refused her request; however, Rita was not discouraged, convinced that she was called to their community.  The sisters even more firmly refused, citing that although Rita had forgiven her husband’s killers, her family had not.  There were members of the rival family in the convent; her presence would be detrimental to community harmony.  

And so, inspired by her three patron saints (Augustine, Nicholas of Tolentino and John the Baptist), Rita set out to make peace between the families.  She went to her husband’s family and requested them to put aside their enmity and stubbornness.  They were convinced by her courage and agreed.  The rival family, astounded by this proposal of peace, also agreed.  The two families exchanged a peace embrace and signed a written agreement, putting the quarrel to rest forever.  A wall painting depicting the scene of the peace embrace was placed on a wall of the Church of Saint Francis in Cascia, an enduring reminder of the power of good over evil and a testament to the widow whose forgiving spirit achieved the impossible. 

At the age of 36, Rita finally was accepted into the Augustinian convent.  She lived a regular life of prayer, contemplation and spiritual reading, according to the Rule of Saint Augustine.  For forty years she lived this routine lifestyle, until fifteen years before her death, on Good Friday 1442, she had an extraordinary experience. Before an image of Jesus that was very dear to her, she was moved by a deeper awareness of the physical and spiritual burden of pain which Christ so freely and willingly embraced for love of her and of all humanity, being moved by Christ’s love she spoke her willingness to relieve Christ’s suffering by sharing even the smallest part of his pain.  Her offer was accepted, her prayer was answered, and Rita was united with Jesus in a profound experience of spiritual intimacy, a thorn from his crown penetrating her forehead.  The wound it caused remained open and visible until the day of her death.

Toward the end of her life, Rita progressively weakened physically.  Several months before her death, she was visited by a relative from Roccaporena who asked if she could do something for her.  Rita at first declined, but seeing her sad face then made a simple request to have a rose from the garden of her family home brought to her.  However, it was January, the dead of winter in the hills of Umbria.  But upon her return home, the relative passed Rita’s family garden and found to her astonishment a single fresh rose in the snow-covered garden on an otherwise barren bush.  She immediately returned to the convent where she presented it to Rita who accepted it with quiet and grateful assurance.  For the four decades she had spent in Casica’s convent, she had prayed especially for her husband Paolo, who had died so violently, and for her two sons, who had died so young.  The dark, cold earth of Roccaporena, which held their mortal remains, had now produced a beautiful sign of spring and beauty out of season.  So, Rita believed, that God had brought forth, through her prayers, their eternal life despite tragedy and violence.  She now knew that she would soon be one with them again.

Rita died peacefully on May 22, 1457.  An old and revered tradition records that the bells of the convent immediately began to ringing unaided by human hands, calling the people of Cascia to the doors of the convent, and announcing the triumphant completion of a life faithfully lived.  The nuns prepared her for burial and placed her in a simple wooden coffin.  A carpenter who had been partially paralysed by a stroke was present there, he voiced the sentiments of many others when he spoke of the beautiful life of this humble nun in bringing lasting peace to the people of Cascia.  “If only I were well,” he said, “I would have prepared a place more worthy of you.”  With those words, Rita’s first miracle was performed, as he was healed.  He fashioned the elaborate and richly decorated coffin which would hold Rita’s body for several centuries.  She was never buried in it, however. So many people came to look upon the gentle face of the “Peacemaker of Cascia” that her burial had to be delayed!!!

It became clear that something exceptional was occurring as her body seemed to be free from nature’s usual course.  It is still preserved today, now in a glass-enclosed coffin, in the basilica of Cascia.

What an inspiring life she lived,so much she suffered and yet was faithful to God,i am so much inspired that decided to make her my patron Saint!So many other details are stored in book which i couldn't write and many miracles too!

I Suggest you all to read this book,if anybody wants to read feel free to take it from me.

She was indeed "THE PRECIOUS PEARL"
Have a lovely day Beautiful People................