“Give me one more chance”
“Give Me One More Chance” – last words of a child, before committing suicide.
Recently, a girl student committed suicide, after she was caught in her lab test. She had a letter with her, where she had apologised along with a last request, ‘please give one more chance’, implying an act of forgiveness was expected from her teachers.
Please read the case history below, how somebody handled a similar situation differently and found an amicable solution with the help of Bach Flower Remedies.
Lost and found in an orphanage
There is an orphanage at Thondiarpet, Chennai, for children aged 0 to 12 years. There are about 400 children in the orphanage. The Secretary of that orphanage learnt Bach Flower Remedies from Naran.
There was a celebration in the school. A guest was invited. After some time, during the middle of the function, the guest realized that his bag was missing. The Secretary became worried and shameful.
The secretary mixed the Bach Flower Remedy Chestnut Bud in the common drinking water and gave it to all children. One boy came and apologized to her saying that he felt sorry for the secretary after watching her shameful face. He told her that he had taken the bag of the guest and returned it to her.
Posted on September 28, 2009, in Bach Flower Remedy and tagged AcuReiki, Animal Spirit Guides, Bach Flower Remedy, Balakumar, Chennai, Chestnut Bud, EFT, forgiveness, Gem Remedy, IEIT, India, Mantra, Master, Meditation, Mudra, Naran, NLP, orphanage, Reiki, shame, suicide, Switch Word, Therapist, Yoga. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.