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Miracles Do Happen
« on: April 06, 2009, 12:33:47 PM »
In 1940s, a government officer, who was newly married to a girl
from Tiruvannamalai was working in Vellore.  One day, the lady left
for her home, leaving a message for her husband that she had gone
to her mother's house at Tiruvannamalai and the keys were with a
neighbour.  That evening, when the man came from his office, he
found the house locked.  The neighbours told him that she had gone
to Tiruvannamalai.  He was an orphan and not having love of parents.
He was dependent on his wife's love for him.  He could not bear the separation.

Immeditately, not even changing from his office clothes of trousers
and shoes, he took a bus to Tiruvannamalai and reached his father-in-law's house, but his wife was not there.  She had gone to Sri
Ramanasramam with her mother.  He wanted to see her immediately
and was very upset at not finding her in her parents' house.

He was not aware of who Ramana was and why people should go to
see Him.  He left for Sri Ramansramam to find his wife.  When he
arrived there, not knowing the rule he went inside with shoes on.
He was then unsure as to where to meet her so he stopped for a while to light a cigarette and had a deep drag of smoke to relax him.  The place where he was standing was the path Sri Bhagavan used to take to go to the Goshala.  While he was standing there smoking, he felt a tap on his arm.  When he looked around it was Sri Bhagavan!  Sri
Bhagavan looked at him silently for a while and this man also looked at Bhagavan Ramana.  No one knows what transpired between them.

The man went straight back without meeting his wife. He left his
job and was no more to be found!  The girl coming to know of this was initially sorrow stricken but later consoled herself with thoughts of destiny and the ultimate power of Bhagavan Ramana!

Sri Muruganar uses the word KaN-Nokkam.  The power of Sri
Bhagavan's eyes.  This is the power of Sri Bhagavan's eyes!

(Source: Some Stories by Sri Sadhu Om. Mountain Path, July-
September 2007)

Arunachala Siva.