“We Were Saved”

As per our Guru Amma’s directions, I wore Sakthimalai on the seashore and came here. In order to join the Adi Parasakthi Hospital on duty on the day of Ramzan, I was waiting at Tambaram for a bus. An ambassador car was going to Thintivanam. The driver asked me whether I would go with him. I told him that I would get down at Mel Maruvathur and sat in the car. Five more people, who were going to Thintivanam, accompanied me.

On the front-seat, the driver, an elderly person, and I sat. The other four passengers sat on the back-seat. It was drizzling. We might have passed Chengalpattu. As the car entered the Palaaru Bridge, all of a sudden, the car turned towards the right-side wall of the bridge! I exclaimed, “Om Sakthi! Om Sakthi!” At once, the car turned to the left-side. Without hitting the wall, it took a U-turn and stopped immediately!

Our car, which was going to Maruvathur, turned to the opposite side and stood as if to go to Chennai. Those, who use the old Palaaru Bridge, know very well that in order to take a U-turn on that small bridge, an ambassador car would have to go back and forth at least three times.

Our car stopped immediately. I told the driver, “There is nothing to fear. You may drive the car. Everything is all right.” Who gave me the courage to say so, at that time? It was none other than our Adigalaar Amma! It was only by Amma’s limitless mercy and Her blessings that all the vehicles, which were behind us, stopped then and there without hitting one another. After a while, the driver said to me, “Sir! I did hear you say ‘Om Sakthi’! That was only what I heard. I knew well that someone took the steering wheel from my hands, turned it, put the car in reverse gear, pulled it, and applied the brakes! It was only He, who stopped the car!” Who else could that be other than our Guru Bhagawan Adigalaar Amma? When I looked at the others in the car, I found that tears had welled up in their eyes. The elderly person, who was sitting near me, said, “We were all saved, only because of your prayer.” I said to him, “No! No! It is not because of me, Sir! It is because of the Divine Mother at Mel Maruvathur and our Adigalaar Amma.” I told them about the greatness and power of the Divine Mother. I told them how kind our Adigalaar Amma is. All of them accompanied me to Mel Maruvathur and thanked Annai for rescuing us. From there, they continued their journey to Thintivanam. Amma says,

“When you say ‘Om Sakthi’,
I shall reach you running!!
When you say ‘Parasakthi’,
I shall reach you flying!!”

How true it is!

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