A Restaurant donating the Food for the Day - 6 Sep 08

06 Sep 2008  Vrindavan, India

Category: Charity

Food for a day

Today was a nice day. The last days we were all hoping that it would cool down because it was very hot which is unusual for September. Yesterday in the evening we went outside and Purnendu said how great it would be to have some rain. Ramona said that in Germany hardly ever someone prays for rain like this. And the wish came true, today in the morning it was cloudy and a bit windy, it rained, too, but not very much. It cooled down a bit so that the weather is more pleasant now.

Today’s food was sponsored by the guests of the Indian restaurant Zimt and Koriander in Wiesbaden. I have written about this restaurant before and when we were in Wiesbaden in the last week of our Europe-Tour, we went there and got to know that after only two months the donation box was full again. People just put their change in after paying for their food. It is really wonderful. We will send a picture to the restaurant so that it can stand next to the donation box. I am very happy and thankful and wish that more and more people get inspired from this and help to give support to our children and our charity projects.

And today Andrea, Ramona’s mother also arrived here in Vrindavan. She said it feels like travelling from home to home and this is the feeling that I would like to give every visitor of my Ashram. Enjoy your time and relax here just as it was your home.
We are looking forward to tomorrow to the medical camp that we will make. A doctor will come together with his assistants and we will turn the school rooms into an examination room, a waiting room and a small pharmacy. We will do our best to provide help to everybody who will come to us tomorrow. There is still the possibility to contribute to this wonderful project.

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That's a remarkable idea. Networking at best with the maximum number of beneficiaries.

Reply By Janice on December 30, 2010 04:35


This is wonderful, I have a favorite Indian restaurant in town that I will show this blog to and see what they think.

Reply By Rev on November 01, 2010 02:11


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