28 October 2013

The Story of Nareg (Audio)

ITP #18: In Episode 18, Anush shares how divine intervention has affected her life in a very personal way and given her an amazing gift.
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Anne Movsesian said...

Thank you for this wonderful heart-warming story about Nareg. I could not hold back the tears as I heard your voice telling the story.

This story brought back so many fond memories of those days - when Babajan was alive - and all the fun things we did together with Nareg as a family.

We are so blessed to have Nareg in our lives.


Linda Alexanian said...

Dear Anoush, What a beautifully written, heartfelt, inspirational story about your son, Nareg! Like your mother, I, too, could not help in holding back my tears...How can one deny the role of Divine Intervention & not believe in the Power & Existence of our Lord within our daily lives? I truly enjoy reading & listening to your weekly posts on faith, hope, love, & family... Just wanted to commend you & dear Father Vasken for all the wonderful humanitarian work that you do in raising the human spirit & conscience...You are indeed such a blessed family! May God continue to bestow upon you blessings of health, happiness, & the realization of your dreams! Sincerely, Linda Alexanian :) P.S. By the way, I know your younger brother, Haig, & sister, Sona(& remember your Mom too) from way back---when we were all attending Alex Pilibos Armenian School in Hollywood at the time...My brother, Armen Makasjian, was a fellow classmate of Haig's. Anoush, when you had written about & posted pictures from the trip you had made up North a while back, I could not help but notice the splitting resemblance of your little nephew to your brother, Haig. It took me back to our childhood...What a small world indeed!:)

Pomegranate and Eye said...

Linda, I've been meaning to write back on your beautiful comment. First off, thank you for your kind words. Secondly, it really is a small world. I'm going to need to share with Haig and Sona! Thanks so much for listening in (and commenting!) xoxo