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Laura Arasmo

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See Laura’s page, written by Christina Arasmo Beymer.

 

In tomorrow’s Tampa Bay Times:

ARASMO, Laura 68, of St. Petersburg/Largo, died, surrounded by her daughters on March 30, 2014 at Woodside Hospice. She was a helpful, decent, honest and authentic person to her family, friends and patients. During her life, she was a Registered Nurse, a social worker, a counselor, and a painting contractor. She is survived by her son, daughter-in-law, daughter, son-in-law, ex son-in-law, five grand-children, and a few lovely cats and two grand-doggies. She followed Meher Baba since 1975. May she be liberated from the rounds of births and deaths. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Suncoast Hospice in her memory. Private memorial held at her home on Saturday, April 5. AMBKJ!

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One Response to Laura Arasmo

  • I like how you, Kendra, picked the photos of her wearing her Baba necklace. I can’t remember where it went, but it’s here somewhere. One of her visits to India she had a dream where this Beautiful Man — Meher Baba — was going to marry a horrible woman (her) and she was desperately trying to talk Him out of it. The next day, when she was awake, was a Meherazad day and there was a crowd coming off the bus. Katie Irani reached through the crowd and took Mom’s hand and placed a ring on her wedding finger!

    Mom would occasionally wonder aloud about the “not being worthy” affliction. I would tell her these long profound discourses of sorts which would just roll out of me without any thought… about how He cleaned latrines. Imagine the Highest of the High cleaning latrines! He accepts all of us and the compassion is unfathomable. I can’t remember more than that and couldn’t remember after I said it either.

    From Christmas Humphreys: For the first time in my life, and I have not met another like him, I found myself in the aura of a man who literally radiated love. He combined the profundity of mystical experience with the guileless candor of a child, and his smile was as infectious as the words he used were immaterial. And all the while he radiated such a pure affection that one wondered why, when all religions praise the value of pure love, should it be a memorable experience to meet one man who practiced it.

    If there were more Meher Babas in the world today, war would end for want of causes. This man of love sets all men an example!

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