Frustration

Since I came back from a visit to India on a pilgrimage I find this unstoppable urge to make a difference in the world, I have never done anything like this before and I wake up everyday thinking I must help the poor, feed the hungry etc... but I get extremely frustrated as I search the Net for answers and guidance on how too achieve this......is there anyone who can relate to my experience??

Sadhana2 Sadhana2
51-55, M
4 Responses Feb 13, 2010

I am moving back to the UK next week after 30 years in South Africa, I would like to meet up with a group of caring individuals whom share my experience? Maybe we could get together and discuss the wonderful ideas stifling around in our active loving minds.

haaha sadhana i too a devotee of satya sai baba.pls make urself ha[ppy.a joyous person is a rare gift to mankind

Hi<br />
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I would really love to get a copy of your friends book, have you read it? it may provide the answers you are looking for, when I went to see Sai Baba in India I felt thiswave of Love come steaming through me, like a knife through butter, and since i returned home 2 years ago, this feeling of "do something to serve the pepole (as to serve people means to serve yourself, as God is in everything and in everyone, according to Sai Baba's teaching).<br />
I think your friend could be the answer to your state of depression, talk to your friend about her experiences and see if she can guide you.<br />
I would love yo here her stories, I bet she has plenty too tell, please don't despair, try and be positive, if you need to talk too a friend you are more than welcome to talk to me.

Sadhana,<br />
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I know how you feel as everyday I wake up and am frustrated because I do not know my purpose. I don't know what makes me happy but I have this sense that I am SUPPOSED to do something...something BIG. I am writing to you as I saw your comment on somebody's post about being lonely and I saw your avatar. The Universe, I feel, wants me to talk to you. You see....I am aquainted with an older lady that lives down the road. I help her by taking her to the grocery store and out for coffee weekly as she lives alone. She has written a book about her life and gave it to me. It seems that she too has a connection to your Sai Baba. His picture is on the cover of her book. She has spent much time with Sai Baba in India.<br />
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I do not believe in coincidences so felt the need to stop in and say 'hello'