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तेषां नित्याभियुक्तानां योगक्षेमं वहाम्यहम् || 22||
“One who always think of Me and engage in devotion to Me and whose minds are always absorbed in Me, I provide what they lack and preserve what they already possess.”
Early this week, I and my wife was traveling from Delhi to Mumbai by Rajdhani Express. I slept keeping my mobile and wallet in my trouser’s pocket.
Around 3:30 am when I woke up, I couldn’t find my wallet and mobile in my pocket. I immediately searched for it. The wallet was on the seat but the mobile wasn’t there. I searched everywhere but couldn’t find it.
After a while, I woke up my wife and informed her that my mobile is missing from my pocket. She got worried. She too started searching for it but we couldn’t find it. We dialed the number and it was ringing. However, no one was picking up the phone. My wife was extremely worried as it had important numbers, banking app, etc.
I asked her to go and sleep. I was pretty sure that it has been picked up by someone and there is no chance to get it back. I too went to sleep.
We woke up at around 6:30 am. We again dialled the number but no one was picking up the phone.
My wife advised me to ask the staffs of the train compartment. I called them and asked if they have seen my phone. They said no.
While we were talking about it with fellow passengers, another passenger approached us from the nearby seat. He said, “A Sardar Ji sitting closer to the door found a phone in the night. He asked me to direct the phone owner to him if anyone asks for it.
I immediately rushed to him. He immediately handed over the phone to him. He said, “I was keeping the phone on my seat itself so that if someone calls, I can hand it over to the owner.
Because the phone was in silent mode, he couldn’t hear or see our constant calling.
We thanked him, the God and everyone else who’ve put their efforts in helping me locate the phone.
While getting down from the train, I remembered God’s promise, “Drop everything and surrender unto me. I will take care of what you lack and preserve what you have.”