Appreciate your Support

It has been humbling seeing all your messages, your emails, texts and phone calls. We all deeply appreciate your expression of sympathy. Thank you is a very small word for the support you all have shown us.

It has been tough, and I cannot comprehend how hard it is to come to terms that I don’t have my Amma anymore. I pick up the phone so many times to call her and realize that I will never ever be able to talk to her in my remaining life.

The only consolation is that my Father is staying with me at this point. I get to take care of him, cook for him, console him and share my grief with him. He is devastated. I still see the undeterred faith he has in God and Rayaru. It truly amazes me, since I myself am devastated and question so many times even the existence of God having seen this tragedy.

Once again, I am truly grateful for your support, thoughts and prayers. I am not sure how soon I will start posting here. I am still having trouble getting to terms that my Mom is not there. I am not interested in anything, so might take a few more months to be active here.

Stay safe, stay healthy and stay isolated.

May God and our beloved Rayaru bless us all.

7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Sudha on May 14, 2020 at 10:08 am

    Dear Meera Garu,
    I hope you all are keeping safe and regaining strength from big loss, There are no words how to console when one loses Amma in life, hoping you and sister taking care of Father, have you reached US.. or still in India? Becoz flights were cancelled since mid March.. how is Sneha doing? I hope she is with you .. in fact I remember you each day thinking how is your situation and hoping you all are slowing recovering, you are such a nice person with unlimited belief on Rayuru🙏 who is protecting his children, please keep posting and stay safe. Sisterly, Sudha.


    • Posted by meeraghu on May 16, 2020 at 7:00 pm

      Hi Sudha, thanks so much for your message. We came back to USA in March before the lockdown. Life has been tough, Sneha is at Duke and we are all worried about her. Our father is doing okay, he misses Mom a lot. They were in the true sense made for each other. Thanks again Dear Sudha.


  2. Posted by Kavitha on April 20, 2020 at 5:25 am

    Deepest condolences Madam. I had been in the same situation as you are some years ago. At that time God only gave me strength to take care of my father and my family which included a 2 year old son. Please take care of yourself too for your family’s sake as they need u at these testing times


  3. Posted by Shanthi Sethuraman on March 27, 2020 at 5:35 am

    It is really get back yourself to your past activities, but you should not think always about your mother, you can change yourselves by looking your father and think your close relation comes to your house, you treat them as your mother and feel happy and make them happy, since your mother blessings may get through other people when you think all other also like your mother, please try to come back soon and share your activities with all. When our Rayur is there, then why do you bother about all? He is not only our Guru, but also our Parents, you share your feelings all with our Guru, he would bless you. Om Sri Ragavendraya Namaga.


  4. Posted by Srinivasan Babu on March 27, 2020 at 12:57 am

    Respected Madam,

    Rayaru saves our life in this tough times across world. I prey for you and your family to recover all these things soon. GOD BLESS YOU.


  5. Posted by Kanagathara on March 26, 2020 at 9:01 pm

    Very sorry


  6. Posted by siriguppi tulasi on March 26, 2020 at 11:10 am

    Deep condolences mam. Takecare and be safe


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