Priest Father Alphonse Jesu from Jamaica Visits Mount Abu

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Kingston, 28 Dec. 2020:  Father Alphonse Jesu is a Catholic priest in Jamaica from the past 27 years. He works in the headquarters of Missionaries of the Poor, Downtown Kingston, Jamaica. This ministry helps abandoned, homeless, destitute and poor people of the society regardless of religion, cast and culture. He has been giving his valuable service in Africa, Philippines, Canada, Jamaica and India. 

He has been in contact with Brahma Kumaris in Kingston, Jamaica since the last 2 years. He expressed his desire to visit Mt. Abu. He visited Abu for the first time with his family and experienced God’s love in the Madhuban – Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual Organization International Headquarters campus at Mount Abu, Rajasthan, India.

He shared his experiences with the inmates of the Brahma  Kumaris. He was delighted and felt fortunate to be in Mount Abu, such a divine and spiritual place. The divinity and warmth he felt in the spiritual family was his greatest experience. He felt serenity, transparency in the family and that made him experience as a part of the family. He felt the vibrations of divinity and presence of God. He felt angelic form by seeing everyone light and also a sense of true inner purity by seeing all in white dress, hospitality, simplicity, cleanliness had really touched him. 

He shared he was very impatient and never was able to sit peacefully for a long time but he learnt how to be quiet and be positive in all circumstances. God’s light through each member of the family was visible. He felt motherly and fatherly love from the seniors when he met with Brother BK Nirwairthe Secretary General of Brahma Kumaris, Dr. Nirmala Didi, Director, Brahma Kumaris Academy for a Better World, Gyan Sarovar,  and Sister BK Santosh, Zonal Director of Maharashtra Zone of Brahma Kumaris personally and really experienced we are one family and God’s children. God is love and he saw that love in the family and expressed deeply that this divine family will definitely make a better world.