2 March 2008

Newsletter March, 2008

This month's Arunachala Grace News will be sent out direct to subscribers email addresses within the next few days. The reason for the delay is an interesting one, and that is after years of suggesting that visitors get even small wounds on their feet treated, I myself have succumbed to the very unpleasant 'cellulitis' which is an inflammation of the connective tissue underlying the skin, usually caused by a bacterial infection. So a good opportunity to remind visitors to India, watch your feet!

If you wish to receive a copy of this month's Arunachala Grace News, there is a subscribe facility at the lefthand margin of this page. This month's free Newsletter has narratives about the Lord Venkateshwara Temple, the Ribhu Gita and Mahashivaratri. The local bird and herb discussed in this month's issue are respectively the beautiful Blue-Tailed Bee Eater and Ginger.

As well as the usual section 'Arunachala Tidbits' and 'Inspiration and Poems,' the short story is entitled 'Lesson from a Snake,' with the moral being, 'People prize goodness most of all.'

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