We welcome someone to our homes, our businesses, and places where we arrive before the other person. My favorite statement in life is saying, “Welcome Master.” I love waiting in airports to receive my Master. We, too, will get the best welcome when we leave our physical bodies. All our loved ones will be waiting to welcome us. Now the table is turned. My Masters will be waiting to welcome me when I leave this physical body. Sometimes I pray, “When will this day come so I can enjoy being welcomed?” The answer comes, “Not so fast. Let us enjoy ourselves for sometime and not be bothered by you. We, too, need a break. When you do come, you will take all our time. We want some peace and quiet time. Stay longer on this earth plane and trouble others.” So, how will they welcome us? Will they have a garland, a bouquet of flowers, a box of chocolates? Who will you hug first? Just being in their presence is enough. Why not be aware of the presence of your loved ones right now,  so that when they do welcome you on the day of your passing, it will feel like a dream, as you have already enjoyed this welcome day on a daily basis. — Satish Daryanani

Sign: Welcome to Our Home, Image by Robert Fotograf from Pixabay