I guess this chant “BRING PRAISE DIVINE”, has worked a miracle for me, too. I saw this post “Bring miracle into your life” yesterday and just chanted the mantra for a few times.
And by the evening, I have received three good news. It’s just awesome.
My typical festival holiday would be to sleep well, eat as much as I can, read well and meet a couple of friends. This has been my version of festival holidays. So, I decided to do the same for this year Deepavali, 2013 too.
Couple of miracles
Last few days, I was chanting, “BRING PRAISE DIVINE”.
In the last four years, I had received no call from any corporate company. Today, on a festival day, I received a couple of job offers from one of the well-known company based out of India. Along with that I found opportunities to place people for several positions in the same company.
In addition, during the last two days, I have already placed two persons – one a fresher and another one a senior person. Getting jobs for both the types of positions is very difficult in today’s job situation.
My first conclusion is that it’s good mantra for those who are desperately trying for a job, but finding it difficult to get it.
An act at God’s place
I don’t remember when I had gone out with people on a holiday and had a good time too.
First time, I went to Temple, a well-known temple in Chennai. They have a 100-year old tradition of celebrating Deepavali. The kind of celebration I haven’t witnessed for a long-time. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Today has been an ideal day for me – professionally and socially, a kind of balance I expect from my life. So I think this miracle mantra would give me the same in the future.
Thank you Naran! Thank you Miracle Switch words!!!
Miracle is not what you want; it is what God wills. That event is amazing, wonderful and exciting from all perspectives.
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