• Mala

Finding treasure in the most unexpected of places..

Updated: May 21

After my dear friend died, I held the responsibility of being her Executor which included the task of packing down her home.

Being the thoughtful and loving person that she was, she had gone through her whole flat and thoughtfully selected personal items and pieces of furniture that she wanted to leave for family and friends.

It was very touching as she had obviously given this a lot of thought and every time I use my Mexican bowls or my Berkey water filter, it is like she is still with me.

What was left over was taken to the charity shops or donated to projects. (Thankfully, I had a lot of support from other friends but if I was on my own, I would have considered using a house clearing company.)

It wasn’t until 2 years later that I discovered a secret “stash” at the most needed of times.

I awoke one morning and felt moved to take the back off one of her framed pictures which I looked at each and every morning.

As I took off the back, I caught a glimpse of something rolled up in the back…

Low and behold I found a bundle of notes, £150!! The exact amount that I was short of for my upcoming holiday the following week to Sweden!

I can't tell you the smile and joy that brought me to know that she was still looking out for me, and the magical way it came about!

So if you have the task of clearing out a loved one's home after they have died, check everywhere before sending to the charity shop, as you never know what you might find hidden away!

Great gratitude to my beloved friend Nirjana and to the spontaneous nature of reality!

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All