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Om Namah Shivayah

 

 

At the retreat in mid-July, I purchased two oranges that were Amma's prasad. I

decided to

take them home rather than eat them, and I put them on my altar. After about two

weeks,

one of the oranges became rotten and I had to throw it away.

 

Almost 4 moths later, I still have the other orange on my altar, and it is in

perfect

condition. It looks like it was just picked, and it still has a fresh orange

smell. When it was

in pristine condition after a few months, I thought it was strange....but now

after looking

at it again this morning, I am stumped. A friend pointed out how weird this is

when he

said, "Is that the same orange from July?" and looked at me in disbelief when I

told him

yes.

 

I am thinking of taking it to Michigan and having Amma bless it again.

 

Am I the only one who thinks this is strange?

 

Ever Amazed,

 

Ananthasree

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I would probably say sacred rather than strange. Maybe it was a devotee's

offering that Mother took a particular interest in -- sometimes you can see

her twist off the end of a piece of fruit, or bite Her teeth into it. Enjoy

the grace of the inspiring "miracle"!

 

 

 

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"ORANGE" you glad?! LOl..well I could not skip this pun to use...Of

course the orange story is full of Amma! My mother was given an

apple by Amma and when she brought it home, it was full of Her

fragrance-in and out. My mom ate it!

 

love

adriane

 

 

Ammachi, "Ananthasree" <michellewalsh88@h...>

wrote:

>

> Om Namah Shivayah

>

>

> At the retreat in mid-July, I purchased two oranges that were

Amma's prasad. I decided to

> take them home rather than eat them, and I put them on my altar.

After about two weeks,

> one of the oranges became rotten and I had to throw it away.

>

> Almost 4 moths later, I still have the other orange on my altar,

and it is in perfect

> condition. It looks like it was just picked, and it still has a

fresh orange smell. When it was

> in pristine condition after a few months, I thought it was

strange....but now after looking

> at it again this morning, I am stumped. A friend pointed out how

weird this is when he

> said, "Is that the same orange from July?" and looked at me in

disbelief when I told him

> yes.

>

> I am thinking of taking it to Michigan and having Amma bless it

again.

>

> Am I the only one who thinks this is strange?

>

> Ever Amazed,

>

> Ananthasree

>

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