Colorado: An old friend and a new contact for Colorado,
Sharon Bynum (Shirin), has returned to the Mission after she took time
out for rest and rejuvenation (a sabbatical). For seven years she
Ma were the most prominent voices in our room "All Religions Unified..."
Paltalk. Now that she is ready again to tackle the time and energy
that the Mission needs and demands in order to do a Perfect Job, she has volunteered to
become the contact for Colorado.
Of course, as we know her, she could not stay idle.
Although she was supposed to rest she has sent us a
report of what she was
doing in this period of time (last year or so) for the Mission.
England: Our Missouri contact who
lives in Albuquerque:), has volunteered to become the contact for England as
well. Hosanna, who sent a report this month for
also be handling England (he served most of his years in the military
there). He also is a member of the Round Table, he is the person who handles
Second Life and is in the process of arranging for a meeting between
Maitreya and Hopi tribes (did we mention he also works
full time!). Sometimes he says he is very tired.
We wonder why:).
New York: Ananda Ma, our
long-time soldier, was born in Albany, New York. She adamantly
declared that she can easily become a contact for the New York state.
She has been working for the Mission for the last 22
years. Most of the Satsangs and some of the literature in the Mission has
been typed by her (after she read this, she protested, saying God had
done it, not her :)). She has also helped in many other capacities
and levels in the Mission, and has never said 'no' to
any service asked of her. She and Shirin were partners for seven
years in handling the "All Religions Unified..." room on Paltalk.
She also says she is sometimes tired, and we wonder why:).
Maitreya's son, who recently finished his education from Tufts
University in Boston, will be serving as the contact for the state of
Massachusetts. Now that his education is complete, he has decided
to dedicate his life completely to the Mission.
Indeed he has been instrumental in many recent changes you have seen
happening over the last few months in the Mission.
He is a member of the Round Table, and in charge of many works in
progress in the Mission. We hope he will be as
effective in this role as he has been in doing the Mission
so far. He has not yet complained that he is tired:).