Who is siva from the wanted dating
Do not indulge in vagueness, weakness, reactivity, or un-Happiness in My Company. What was remarkable about the painting is that it was written right on the painting, the following Swami Viva Kananda sketch from life by John Ward Dunsmore Detroit, March 1894 and then below that to the Witer gemate (It is hard to make out the exact spelling of this final word as something was written between the “r” and the “g” which is no longer there–more on this below) I checked the Swami Vivekananda literature, and there was no mention of the painting. But what was exciting was that there was no oil painting that Swami Vivekananda ever sat for, that exists today.
I Am the Person of Love, Who has spontaneously taken on human form for the sake of this world of beings. Therefore, give Me your attention and feel My Regard. There is a pastel drawing that was done in 1899, at Ridgely Manor, New York, by Maud Stumm.
It it had become detached on three sides from the original stretcher which was still there. There were a number of old repairs and a small puncture hole in a background area.
All of this made me feel more clearly that this was not a fake.
We held it up in front of him in the courtyard of the Sacramento Vedanta Society, and he stood up to view it. As he continued to stand and view the painting, tears welled up in the corners of his eyes.
It became clear to me that he was having “Darshan” or the Sacred sighting of one of his Spiritual Masters.
Photographs of his work were available on the internet, and I was able to compare the signature on the Swami Vivekananda portrait with another on a painting by John Ward Dunsmore.
This is the First Discipline, the Origin of the Way.
Swami Chetanananda expressed his interest in this new discovery and mentioned that he would be in Sacramento soon to give a seminar. So on a Saturday morning I drove a little over two hours to the Sacramento Vedanta Society, taking the painting with me.
When Swami Chetanananda finally saw the painting he was extraordinarily moved.
He was known to have given talks in the afternoons at private homes in Detroit and then to have lectured in the evenings.
Then perhaps he was again in Detroit from March 24th through March 31st.
Marie Louise Burke feels that this time in Detroit was one of the most important of Swami Vivekananda’s American Mission, “almost equal in significance to that of the Parliament of Religions”.