Room at 243, Toronto
One other member of our ashram tested Covid positive. Dakshin is in his early 70’s. Generally, he’s strong as a bull in some respects. I don’t have a way to really communicate with him, with both of us separated in different locations of the building. Furthermore, neither does he have a phone nor does he wish to have one. I guess we’ll be praying for each other.
To be very frank I’m feeling quite alright. Staying positive in attitude goes a long way toward overcoming this problem. A godsister of mine, Yasomati, originally from Canada and now in Mayapura, India, also taken by the virus, wrote yesterday, “Sorry to hear you also joined the positive family. This virus responds well to positive attitude, lots of rest, proper hydration and nourishment.”
Thank you, Yasomati.
What further lifted my spirits today was getting on board with a group to discuss a future senior’s home. There is a great need to address the aging population among us. Secondly, I Zoomed with our Vancouver chapter to converse over the new temple project. It’s progressive!
Finally, the evening saw to another Zoom call with an Oakville team — discussions on food from chapter 17 of the Bhagavad Gita. It was an appetizer of a conversation. The way to go is eating food that’s blessed, food that’s organic, local, sourced from heirloom seeds etc.
May the Source be with you!