Tuesday, February 28, 2012

'Shri Radhe Maa' - Amrut Leela


 Fruits of love

By Sanjeev Gupta

Felling the mango tree that grew in the compound of 'Shri Radhe Maa
' Bhavan appeared to be the only way out. After all, we reasoned, the tree had not yielded any fruit for years now. It had been there before we met Mamtamai Shri Radhe Maa. There was, therefore, no point in letting it stand. 

When Mamtamai Shri  Radhe Maa heard of our plans she would have none of it. No one should dare touch the tree, she said. I believe Devi Maa saved us from committing a grave sin. Our joint family headed by my father Shri Manmohan Gupta had decided to fell the tree but thanks to Devi Maa’s guidance we were spared of killing a tree.

As she said this, she walked up to the tree and hugged it. “Give me some fruit,” she told the tree. “I want to taste your fruit,” she whispered to the tree, and kissed it. Had it been another person acted
in this manner, we would have found it strange. However, it was Devi Maa who was doing it, so we knew we were witnessing yet another of her leelas unfolding before our eyes.

Six years have passed since then. The tree did not sprout fruit immediately but we believed it would, because Devi Maa had said it would. Shraddha (faith) and saburi (patience) always work wonders for
those on the spiritual path. Today, one has to see and taste the abundance of fruit the tree gives to understand what Devi Maa’s grace can achieve.
 
As told to Satish Purohit


'Maa Bhagwati Jagran' aur Shri Radhe Maa ke diyva darshan

 
Receive Mamtamai Shri Radhe Maa’s blessings at the Maa Jagadamba Jagran in Film City, Goregaon, Mumbai on 3rd March. Call 9820969020 for passes

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can you please explain what this vachan from Devi Maa means. "Know the one who wants nothing to be the wealthiest".
I assume it to mean: Know the one who wants everything to be equal. It is not clear to me, can someone please explain this to me, thanks.

Mamtamai Shri Radhe Maa said...

We desire what we don't have. It reveals our poverty. The one who has no desire does not need anything. He is the wealthiest.

Sevadar