CLAIRVOYANT (Part 4, page 2 of 29)


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Part 4

“It’s doubtful whether we are in the dream world or mortal world. Has the fortune knocked at our door? It’s divine mystery who these people are and what make them help us as we are strangers. Though we suffered at the cruel hands of fate yet the royal and merciful hands wiped away our tears of adversity as we all became orphans. Is it our virtue that redeemed to live this life...”

Swetha, Nirmala, Anuradha, Brindha and Lalitha with Ramanan were hashing out (Speak with others about (something); talk (something) over in detail; have a discussion) the crisis they encountered. Hadn’t Chandra noticed these girls who were being swept away along with the course of the flood, at that time she was spectating the flood along with others but none dared to rescue them, they would have been drowned to death. Not only Chandra but also another two ladies who came there to spectate the force of the flood, were incited to dive into the flood water to rescue these girls. They were given First aid and thereupon came to know about them and their mishap. Many were the victims of flood or Tsunami in that area; so they understood their pitiable state. Chandra took pity on them and comforted them. Being a widow, her husband expired in the train accident, she had been living a life of solitude and felt solace to be associated with them. It’s the will of God to rescue these girls from this perdition and used Chandra as an instrument. Chandra, within the paucity income had to run a family and hence she had to husband her income by means of working in the hospital of Dr. Kamala. When these rescued girls remembered their lost parents and wept bitterly, Chandra had comforted them by saying, “There’s no doubt that God would have saved your parents as I did to you. Though it is an assumption yet it is my strongest belief that God will descend His Grace upon you. Though it may take time to be united with your parents it is sure one day. Never give up hope.”

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