After the earthquake, during the rain

69 thoughts on “After the earthquake, during the rain”

  1. We deeply mourn for the precious lives lost .May their departed souls rest in peace in heaven .
    We pray for restoration of normalcy in the lives of the people suffered

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  2. This was a lovely and caring prayer. If you could include the other places where mudslides and other disasters, I will also make a huge prayer chain for the ones who have been involved in the earthquake. I hope the ones who lost their homes are not homeless and no more deaths… Hugs, Robin

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    1. Thank you so much Robin! That’s so kind of you πŸ™‚ Katmandu, the capital of Nepal is absolutely destroyed….. all the oldest heritage temples and buildings wrecked to the ground…..and so many people lost their lives. The tremors could also be felt in Northern part of India…..but the casualty is lot less relatively…..Nepal is in the most helpless and scariest condition……. I join you too in your prayer, may all the affected people find peace normalcy back in life soon.

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  3. It is good to reflect on our blessings while recognizing and sending prayers to those inflicted with harm near and far. As we know all things happen for a reason. Katmandu and Nepal’s people have been much more fortunate in receiving assistance more quickly than the people of Haiti did where over 200,000 people died. So we hold prayers and compassion for all suffering everywhere at this time. And thank you for following me. Looking forward to reading more of your work and reflections.

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    1. Yes it was a catastrophic disaster in Haiti….so many lives lost and people separated from their dear ones….I join you in your prayers for all those peopled who are suffering in any part of the world. May they find peace and solace soon.
      Thank you for visiting by. Looking forward to hear more from you too.

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  4. Mithai, you write beautifully with insight and feeling. We are always amazed and saddened by such horrific force of nature and certainly feel compassion for our brothers and sisters. I have to make myself remember that this is only a Vishnu moment, accompanied by a Shiva response, and all is well in the way of the Universe. Thank you so much for your likes and following on my blog. I think you will enjoy my releases over the next few months. Peace and Namaste. Richard D.

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    1. Thank you so much!! What you gave is an an incredible explanation of sristi (creation) and prolay (destruction). This is the universal vedic thought. You are absolutely right that creation and destruction depends on eachother. Its great that you are so interested in such mythological thoughts…..even I love reading mythological facts of other countries….. it gives you a very good idea of that country’s history.
      Thank you for visiting my blog and your beautiful comment. πŸ™‚
      Have a happy weekend,
      Namaste,
      Mithai

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    1. Sorry for the late reply. My exams were going on. Haha I wear sunglasses coz I have superpowers, I look at people and they turn to ash. πŸ˜‰ Quite dangerous for humanity lol πŸ˜‰
      Thank you so much for visiting my blog. You write some very amazing and beautiful poems.
      Lots of best wishes and a very happy weekend πŸ™‚

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      1. After you spoke of being up all night it reminded me one of one of my favorite quote,”Sleep, those little slices of death; oh how I loath them.” It’s good to hear you were able to do all right on your exams.

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      2. I completely agree with you, ‘sleep is for the weak’ haha……but then again its supposed to be healthy for your health. Otherwise, as I read somewhere…..harmful toxins get accumulated in brain and can cause memory loss and other such diseases. So no matter how much we hate it, minimum 5-6 hrs of sleep is needed. πŸ™‚
        I love the quote though πŸ™‚

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  5. Beautiful picture and sentiments.
    It seems to be becoming harder and harder there. Even my Nepalese friend who is helping in relief efforts has been beginning to get discouraged ( he generally has a very sunny and resilient temperament) as frequent after shocks (even now) rain and high winds make strong progress impossible, even the tents are getting blown away. They are in my prayers every day.
    Thanks for dropping by and following. Having enjoyed your blog I shall do likewise.

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    1. Yes some of those aftershocks can also be felt here in the northern part of India. Nepal is such a beautiful and serene country……its so sad to see them like this. So many lives lost and extensive property damage in Pokhra and Katmandu region.
      Its very difficult to get over such hard times for Nepal. They are always in our prayers. Thank you so much for your heartful and beautiful comment πŸ™‚
      I loved your blog as well. Looking forward to read more of your lovely posts πŸ™‚
      Best wishes,
      Lots of love and hugs ❀ ❀

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