Justice delayed is Justice denied

Chala is a small town in Kannur District of Kerala. In the recent past it bore witness to a catastrophic accident involving an LPG Gas Tanker Explosion. It was a cruel reminder of a similar incident which occurred in Karunagapalli (not so far from Amritapuri) which only added to the empathy that was felt for the victims. Exactly after one month, the grieving residents of Chala found themselves in the warmth of Amma’s Love. The relatives of the Chala disaster victims received aid of Rs 100000/- from the MAM to help them take care of the injured and finance the necessary requirements {news}.

Mr. Raveendran, the Panchayath President of Chala, was humbled by the extend of love and compassion that Amma shower on her children. “We use to get Amma’s darshan whenever she came to Kannur. But today was the day when we truly and whole heartedly appreciated the wonder that Amma is, and we were able to really feel her full divine blessing.”

When disasters strike it is not uncommon for governments to make promises. But it is very common that these promises go unfulfilled. That is where Amma, makes the difference. “For the first time, we are being offered help, instead of having to ask for it. The response from the Math was quick, direct and with out any kind of bureaucratic delay. The victims can receive the aid directly.” Said Mr. Abdul Sathar. On exactly one month from the disaster, being with Amma and being a part of the celebration of love was the best thing that these residents could ask for.

Rethi, a relative, was speechless as to how she felt being here in Amritapuri on this day. “There is no need for me to say anything more about Amma, the whole world knows and loves her. Even though I am sad, I am glad that I had the chance to see Amma and feel her kindness”. According to Preetha, Amma’s divine touch heals both body and mind, and all she wants and wishes is to see Amma, always. Some relatives however were unable to communicate. But a part of them was healing slowly, encouraged by the divine mother’s love and the promise that their prayers will always be heard.

Solace in Mother’s Arms

The horrific accident at a fireworks factory in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, crippled hundreds and scarred them for life. The relatives of the victims, however, have been offered comfort in Amma’s arms. The Math has provided around 1 lakh rupees in benefits to help take care of the victims of the fire {news}. The families who have one member injured were entitled to this aid.

Some of the family members were here in Amritapuri today, for Amma’s 59th Birthday Celebrations. They were presented the benefits by. This was the light at the end of a long and tragic tunnel for them.

Shaktivel was filled with awe and respect for Amma. “She is indeed God in human form”, he said. “She is always there to help people like us who are in need. I will be eternally grateful to Amma for her. On behalf of everyone in Sivakasi, we offer our heartfelt gratitude to Amma.”

Raman, another relative, is pleased with the benefit he has received from Amma. One of his relatives is badly injured – liver injuries and a left hand with multiple fractures. For people from a small village, the hospital costs for such injuries are unfathomable. Raman estimates a huge expense to cure his relative, and had no idea so far as to where he could finance all that. However, Amma has showered her grace on him, and his happiness is beyond words.  “I am not worthy to say anything about what I felt… except that Amma should live long, and forever. ”

“I am blessed to meet Amma, and there is nothing other than happiness in my heart and mind. I felt inner peace for the first time after I saw her smile at me. I feel much clearer now. I thank Amma for all her support.’ gushed Shankareshwari, a mother of two. She is so moved by Amma’s love, that she cannot wait to share her experience and love for Amma back home in her village.

For these villagers, the world as they knew it was shaken up. They are still recovering from their losses and tragedies, and they felt very much like kites whose strings were cut. Even though their sorrow still lingers in their eyes, it is being overcome by a strong belief of hope and faith that they have in our beloved Amma.