Posted by SaiUma
I heard these words from my wife, while I was listening to the “CIRCULAR BREATHING” CD.
She was arguing with her father, a widower and who is staying with us.
His son is living in US and so we offered to take care of his stay.
I didn’t want to break into their fight as it would mean either I hurt the feelings of my wife or my father-in-law.
While I was pondering over these words of my wife, the mantra NA HUM was playing in the CD.
It means I am dead – meaning my ego is dead.
I thought there is a divine message for me here.
So I decided to shut my ego and not to interfere with the fight.
After one hour while I was having my breakfast, my father-in-law approached me.
My wife was silent standing next to him with guilt all over her face.
He apologized for the quarrel happened in the morning, as it would have disturbed my morning Pranayama (yogic breathing) session.
He said here afterwards he will make sure that such things never happen.
My wife’s silence seems to be in total concurrence with him.
I don’t have to say I am quite relived as I had avoided disasters – today and in the future too, from happening.
Till today I do this without involving myself in any event.
Just observe what is happening around you.
Do not judge or react or participate.
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