Friday, November 15, 2013


with Aunty by my side
December 2005
A Note from the Universe
You can always tell a master by the kindness in their eyes.
This Monday November 18th marks the two year anniversary of Aunty's passing. A friend just sent me the above excerpt from Mike Dooley's "Notes from the Universe." And of course I related it to Aunty.
I have always said " I see God in Aunty's eyes. Now I know why. She was truly a Bodhishavta.
I don't say this lightly. There is always a reason for everything. I write from the heart with a clear mind, knowing fully that my late Aunty (who inspired this blog) was an elevated human being. She was fearless, and forgiving, and fully compassionate to every person on her path or near it. I honestly feel she achieved the highest level of goodness possible for a human being, and therefore, when she passed she was at the highest level of rebirth possible. Her karmic accumulations were profound.
And so, she lives on in me and those who love her. We must do great things and LOVE and FORGIVE and FEAR NOT. She paved a perfect path. I walk now with Grace and happily carry on her legacy of LOVE as I become a blooming human. Amen.
Aunty, I adore you forever and ever and ever. Everyone still talks about you and how you "impacted" the world. Whenever you were around the energy was pure and uplifting. Even momentarily you made us all better.
Your spirit thrives and remains miraculous.
We are grateful.
Aunty circa 1944
with Aunty November 1992
with her favorite drink...milk and coffee 2008





Reflections and Travels with Ronaldo said...

Wonderful memories & photos! Much gratitude!

brianamet said...

LOVEly tribute!

Renee Gold said...

So many wonderful comments have been sent to my inbox.
I thank you all. Many of you have said you have had some trouble leaving comments here. Let's hope this can be remedied quickly.
All of you have proclaimed (like me) that Aunty Lives on!

Michael said...

When we die, we all want to know what is our legacy that we leave behind. Well, it seems aunty's one is clear. I can see that her love touched others, especially you. To have a niece like you to care for her alone without much family support, is a testament of her goodness. Most people would rather put their loved ones in nursing or assisted homes, especially with Dementia or Alzheimers or any medical condition. However you nourished and cherished her until her last breath, and still do. That is devotion and a legacy par none. Bravo!!!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful photos and aunty always have that radiant smile that just made everyone happy. It is so obvious that you still miss her. Her spirit still lives in you and the inspired blog. I look forward to hearing more of your adventures which were always interesting.

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