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Tim,so beautiful .Guruji chose his disciples
so well.Although,I have not met,Guruji in
his life,I feel I meet him and know a little
more about his kindness,compassion ,joy
and hope through you.Thank you for all that
you impart upon us an how you try to help us
to be our best by your example,Namaste,rena


Wow. Very nice.


Wow, thanks for sharing this.
It's so well written and so emotional, so honest. I couldn't stop reading.


Thank you, thank you, thank you, Tim. Namaste, Elizabeth


You are so loved. Thanks for your dust too, Mere Gurudev!

Karen King

Hi Tim,
Ironically, like you, I was in Florida when Patabbhi Jois was there, but perhaps even more ironical, I laid my mat down by another unoccupied mat, only to find it was yours. I never thought your mat would be located towards the back of the room, so believe me, I was not trying to impose!
I will say, it was an experience I will never forget, with Guruji calling out the poses, after being wheeled into the class. This was an emotional class for me and more than likely most ashtanga people. I have so much respect for this beautiful man, and what he shared, and gave, and taught.
I have been kind of down lately, my father passed on not too long ago, and for some reason I stopped doing yoga when he was diagnosed with Cancer. I felt I needed to be with him, and really my world just stopped.
In the past, I have practiced, mostly alone except for some workshops for over 13 years, every day 3:30 am, and now I am started to miss it. I hope to find my way back. By the way, I left the white cross on your mat when leaving. You probably thought it was trash:)
Thank you for everything!
Kind regards,


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