Deepak Chopra and Intent

Deepak Chopra and Intent


My Mother (by Mallika Chopra)

posted by Mallika Chopra

I walked into a room where my mother sat, taking just a moment for herself. We were in Costa Rica for a conference, and until 15 minutes before, she had watched my kids for two days so I could attend meetings. She was finally taking a moment for herself.
I told her that we needed help.
My mother got up, headed to her hotel room, and within two hours was on a plane to Atlanta to help my brother and his wife take care of their baby.
This is my mother. This is what a Mother represents and means to me.
Full of love. Always sacrificing herself. Always willing to give with no expectation to receive.
This is my mother.



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Nawrass Chibani

posted March 17, 2008 at 8:20 am


Hi Malika,
This the intrensic great loving power that mothers have.
By reading your story I sow my mother and all the sacrifices she did just to see me happy. What i love this women. Thank you for remembering me how great she is.
My sincere respect for your mother and all the mothers of the world.
Cordialment,
Nawrass Chibani



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RONS(PRASANTA)

posted March 18, 2008 at 2:26 am


HI MALLIKA,
GREAT TO HEAR THAT YOU ALL GOT A MOTHER. WELL YOU A REAL LUCKY DUDE TO HAVE SUCH A LOVING PARENTS. YOU KNOW YOUR MOTHER RESEMBLE MY MOTHER WHOM I MISS SO MUCH. EVEN TODAY HER MEMORIES ARE SO LIVE AND WHEN ALONE TEARS ROLL DOWN THINKING OF HER AND THE SACRFICES SHE MADE WITHOUT A NOTION, LEST WE WORRY. AT A POINT OF TIME, WHICH I NOW REALISE, SHE FORGOT HER PAINS WHICH WAS ALWAYS COUNTERFEITED WITH A SWEET SMILE AND WE NEVER TURNED BACK TO ASK HER ” HI MAMONI HOW WAS YOUR DAY? HOW ARE YOU FEELING TODAY? IT SEEMS THAT YOU ARE INTO SOME AGONY AND CAN I HELP YOU?” I WAS REALLY A STUPID SON CARING FOR OTHERS WHERE ACTUALLY MY MOTHER NEEDED A REAL LOVING CARE. IT WAS TRULY AN ACT OF SELFISHNESS. I WISH AND I REALLY PRAY TO GOD THAT PLEASE GIVE A CHANCE, MAY BE A NEXT BIRTH, TO BE BORN OF THE WOMB OF THE SAME MOTHER, SO THAT I CAN SERVE DAY AND NIGHT, MY MOTHER MARY.
I AM TRULY DELIGHTED THAT YOU ARE SO LOVING AND CARING. I WISH I COULD BE THE SAME LIKE YOU.
MA HOPE WE MEET SOMEWHERE WHERE I CAN RECOGNISE YOU AND I HUG YOU WARMLY TO SAY, “THANK YOU THAT YOU HAVE PARDONED YOUR SON.”



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