“Come, by my Light”, that’s the tittle of book explaining the beautiful autobigraphy of Mother Teresa. It’s a very inspiring book anyway.
It’s a journey of beautiful soul who deeply miss light. In certain part of this book, Mother Teresa explicitly said: “It’s dark my love. It’s dark…”.
Implicitly means, there are many people who deeply miss light. The same thing happen to Balinese elders. That’s why there’s beautiful ritual of Surya Sewana.
Saying thank you to both sunrise and sunset. Much deeper than ritual is the daily practice. Look at Balinese calender, in all cycle of the year there’s practice of love.
It’s a complete love anyway. There’s love to lower realms (buta yadnya), there’s love to middle human realm (manusa yadnya) and love to higher realms (dewa yadnya).
The last deep love practice has been here in Bali for thousand years. It does not only beautify the island, but also beautify the heart of people.
The interaction between beauty outside (rice fields, beach, lake, mountain) and beauty inside of the heart, that’s the unique light of Bali.
It’s a very rare spiritual marriage which give birth to countless blessings. Not only to the Balinese, but also to the world.
Just in case God and nature bless us to share the last beautiful light to the incoming world leaders to Bali, no doubt we are bringers of the dawn.
Welcome to Bali world leaders of G20. It is such an honour to share the peaceful vibration of Bali island to all of you. May all beings are happy…
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