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Miracles in life

Former army officer Hudspet, 76 of Debentry, Northpanshire, London, had lost his eyesight. After all kinds of tests, doctors declared that he would not be able to see again. He lived peacefully with his wife Shaila and four children.

india Updated: Sep 05, 2011 01:42 IST
Ravindra Kumar

Former army officer Hudspet, 76 of Debentry, Northpanshire, London, had lost his eyesight. After all kinds of tests, doctors declared that he would not be able to see again. He lived peacefully with his wife Shaila and four children.

This happened 10 years ago and the cause was believed to be the hereditary disease 'dry maiculradigeneration' because of which Hudspeth's father and sister had also lost their eyesight. Hudspeth loved his wife very much, who had expired in 2009, and whenever he became sad he would pick up his wife's photo and would talk with her.

According to a report, one day Hudspeth was listening to the TV programme and was trying to know what was happening in different parts of the world. As soon as the advertisements began to appear, he picked up the photo of his wife and began to talk with her. While talking to her, he kissed her picture a couple of times. Just then he got a shock and suddenly a miracle took place.

Hudspeth began seeing his wife's picture, a bit unclear in the beginning and later he could see the picture quite clearly. He was so overwhelmed with this happening that he kept on seeing the TV the whole night. Next morning he saw his five-year-old granddaughter for the first time. Everyone was wonder-struck with such a happening. Even the doctors could not understand anything.

Hudspeth says that he is not religious but he certainly believes in spiritual power. With the intensity of desire and full faith in divine energy, anyone could experience such miraculous happenings. This is how Lord Vishnu appeared before Prahlad, Lord Krishna appeared before Meera and Surdas, and Lord Rama appeared before Surdas. Many ailments too have been cured in this way. The elephant caught by his leg by the crocodile got relieved. Draupadi in Mahabharata got intermittent supply of the sari and her prestige was honourably saved when her five husbands could not help her. The museum in Lancaster, U. K. is full of examples of such happenings.