Home Sweet Home-Mirador
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... the beloved center of an all-comprehending supportive world, yet now alienated from that world, constricted by that womb, forsaken, crushed, strangled, and expelled in a state of extreme confusion and anxiety--an inexplicably incoherent situation of profound traumatic intensity.
Yet full experience of this double bind, of this dialectic between the primordial unity on the one hand and the birth labor and subject-object dichotomy on the ...
... on which one actually worked but she did get better). On the way we saw a large poisonous ant (buna ant-makes all your glands swell-pain for 24 hours!), stopped at a view point (mirador) and stumbled under vines and branches to spot some toucans:) About 20min walk from where we had seen the toucans I realised I had dropped my sunglasses:/ Ismael (bless him) told us to wait while he went back for them. Fortunately I was able to remember when I'd last had them (at the mirador) ...
... to the altitude so found the breathing easier& didn't tire so quickly. The first day at altitude, even drying yourself after a shower & getting dressed stuffed me. Anyway upward & onward I climbed stopping now & then for a photo, Took me 50 mins to make the Sun Gate high overlooking Macchu Picchu. What an awesome view from up there. ...
Just taking a rest at the moment before dinner and then I'll be heading out for some salsa dancing. Yesterday evening 7 of us went to dinner for some modern Peruvian food. I had a quinoa dish with trout and vegetables. Walking around Cusco with the city lit up was beautiful. This morning I had my placement again. It's definitely difficult to go into a situation when you know the ...
... to make the most out of this trip so that your support goes to the best use possible!!
That being said, I would be lying if I didn't tell you that I was "sh** my pants" terrified to come back to the developing world... which...if this makes any sense at all...is why I'm here. I knew that if I didn't gain a different perspective than the one I gained in Jordan, I would be (to put it bluntly) scarred by my developing world experience. Jordan was a much needed ...