In the streets of Munich
In the streets of Munich I walk, passing by Incredible church of Asam, the English gardens near the river Isar. Listening to moving dolls in the Marien plaza and basking the view of the city from St Peter’s church tower. Always wanted to visit Germany and here I am. Touched by kindness and generosity of my host family Marcus and Sandy who welcome me with open hearts. A Country that has seen so much, still carrying the wounds and guilt of past. A man with a dark heart (Hitler) burdened the souls for generations to come and now a woman chancellor with motherly compassionate heart, welcoming the refugees in Germany and paving the path for future with light and reconciliation.
From here I goto Windschnur, a retreat with Annette Kaiser. We meet again and again, the purpose will be revealed with time. We will be exploring Shri Aurobindo’s epic poem Savitri, a book they say where he poured his heart and knowledge. It’s a call for bringing heaven on earth and a divine possibility which doesn’t seems afar.
– 8the Aug 2016. Munich, Germany
My beautiful host family, Sandy, Marcus and little Querin. friends who seemed we knew each other for many lifetimes.
Lake in Seefeld.