A Post-Hurricane Katrina Letter
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina I am safe at my new destination. Going back to my home and seeing all the destruction along the coast was overwhelming.
I knew everything inside my home would be a loss and it was.
Everything was wet, and covered with mold. Any paper or books were turned into a mushy moldy mass. The contents of my home were picked up and strewn randomly throughout the inside. The water level reached about five feet in depth at the peak of the storm surge. It carried a lot of swamp water with it, so on top of the mold it all smelled like sulfur, too.
I knew that when I started to clear the mess out of the house I would likely run into something unusual and I did!
I had a meditation room with a small altar in it. I had placed a card with Yogi Bhajan on it. The card was given to teachers at Solstice. I also had a Kirpan and a small picture on it. The picture said, "Life is Good." See the photo attached.
As I got to the area where the altar had come to rest I couldn't believe it at first. The card and picture were untouched when every other scrap of paper in the house was covered in mold. What a miracle!
Life is Good! Wahe Guru!
Amarjit Singh --
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