A Tribute To My Late Wife Najma – A Lifetime Volunteer

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Thanks to the outpouring of love from the Dallas Athiest, Bahai, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Muslim, Native American, Sikh, Wicca, Zoroastrian, and other communities. Every community was represented, including LGBTQ members. The occasion was celebrating Najma’s celestial journey. Each community mentioned above took turns to sing a hymn in praise of the universal God of us all. When I see these pictures, I feel like going back to Dallas, the hometown that has given me so much love.

Fourteen years ago, she said goodbye to the world with a smile and achieved Mukti, Moksha, Nirvana, Salvation, and Nijat. As you read the story below, you see the beauty in cleaning the slate of life, as the Jains call it, Michami Dukkadam.

I appeal to you to make a point to seek forgiveness for your shortcomings and forgive everyone that has hurt you; yes, please do that. Be it your spouse, parents, children, siblings, relatives, friends, customers, clients, patients, and everyone you know. You will not believe the relief and peace you will find in cleaning the slate of your life.

You will be the clear beneficiary in forgiving others. You will have a smile on your face, free from tensions, free from the samsara. What a relief it is. She and I cleaned our slates prior to her last breath – Life is a poem of Love – https://theghousediary.com/life-is-a-poem-of-love/

Pictures of the Dallas community: https://www.flickr.com/…/mikeg…/albums/72157683543969933

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