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Neshka Robeva about Baba Vanga – interview

Neshka Robeva about Baba Vanga – interview

What do you think of Baba Vanga’s internal turmoil: “Why did you, God, bestow me with this gift – to tempt me or to make me glorify you!?”

She was suffering. She had taken upon herself the burden of everyone. She was fragile and extremely vulnerable. From time to time, the human inside her would cry out, but – I am convinced – she never lost her faith. When once, self-absorbed, I made an inconsiderate complaint that I could not stand it all anymore, she only uttered:  “Then let’s change places”. Even now I feel embarrassed for my whining in front of the woman who had embraced suffering as a constant companion in her life on earth, redeeming our sins as well…

You say she often talked to you in parables and you had to think again and again until you understood what she actually said.

Baba Vanga often cited lines from the Bible and made me read them. It was difficult for me in those moments to decipher them, I wanted ready answers. Later on, when life hit me hard, I understood her lessons.

She once said to you: “Bulgaria will fully recover within 3 years”. Was this related to the choices we could make – to use some qualities or others?

Yes, I think we were given the option to choose our own way. Forgiveness, unity, creation, as opposed to hatred, hostility and destruction. We chose the latter. But do we realize it? Could we soon start walking in the other direction?

Did Baba Vanga feel our evilness and our sins?

She could see and feel what the person in front of her had done. But she judged no one. She felt sorry for that person and prayed for him or her. She believed that everyone comes to this world with a mission and destiny. She insisted on honesty. Sometimes, with pain in her voice, she told me how others stole from her… She gave me as an example a story that happened to her in Thessaloniki – the Icon would not let her enter the church until she returned a single thread she had torn from some rug without asking, to tie up her sock.

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