After the easy moments,
The hard moments grow excited,
For their time is near,
And they cannot wait to dance and play.
But you, my dearest,
Should not be worried.
You may think that the hard moments are bad,
And the easy moments are good,
But know that laziness is easy,
And so is love,
While courage is hard,
And so is stubbornness.
Thus how can easy or hard moments,
Be good or bad,
When both can corrupt your spirit,
And both can nourish its growth?
Circumstances, my dear friend.
Know which circumstances you are in.
Listen to your inner essence,
And choose your next actions wisely.
Nobody else will save your spirit,
Which is crying to you, oh so quietly.
Master, I beg of you,
To trust me for once.
For if you but listen to my humble murmurs,
If you but heed my dying whispers,
Both you and I will know
Master, follow me and we will dance in heaven with the prophets,
And drink the sweet nectar from God’s own cup.
Student and Volunteer at AhamoJacob is a person who is hungry to know what is true, and has thus begun his experiential journey of meditation under the guidance of Avi. His search to know beauty, truth, and that something deeper has taken him all around the world, introduced him to many wonderful people, and has also brought him to meditation. Currently he is a student of Avi’s and volunteer at the Ahamo Foundation.
Jacob comes from a background in accounting, which he pursued for five years. However, the world of numbers and money did not suit his desire to know life. Hence the traveling, the allure of nature, and the exploration of his own being. Furthermore, he has been a chef, tutor, and yoga instructor, and wants to use his knowledge and experience to inspire others.