Dunsvirk Court Mussoorie
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... for reader comments. Yahoo also blocks / censors words that it considers offensive / racist. In an example of an overzealous application of this censorship, they even block out the word “monkey” in the comment section of this article – about monkeys! I wonder just who it is that they are suggesting people might be referring to as monkeys? To me, Yahoo’s implication that the word “monkey” is probably being used to refer ...
... Western) customers, we expected that there would be a discount for multiple passengers. Say, 20 rupees for one passenger, or 30 for two passengers. Otherwise why would anybody in their right mind put two people onto one rickshaw when, for the same price, they could simply get two rickshaws? Their pricing policy simply defies logic. (Gregory’s explanation for their pricing policy is that they’re idiots. Ha. I’m inclined to agree.)
... br> Aside from those books that I’ve finished, I’ve also started – and am currently reading – the following books: “Night”, by Elie Wiesel, about his experiences during the Holocaust; “Memories of My Melancholy *****s”, by the Colombian Nobel Literature Prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez (I really enjoyed his novel “Love in the Time of Cholera”); “How to Teach English”, by Jeremy Harmer. (I ...
... has been spectacular. In fact, it was the prospect of experiencing this wonderful weather (cool, clear and sunny) that has caused me to subject myself to so much suffering. Cool weather in my hometown of Bangkok is so rare that I will go to great lengths to be able to just walk outside without sweating like the proverbial pig.
And I’ve really been enjoying nice, long walks in the cool, fresh air – every day since I’ve been here. ...
... be completely
relaxed and the breath on a cycle of the same amount of time inhaling and
exhaling with no pauses. Yoga is the
preparation for Pranayama- breathing techniques to further connect to the
breath (and rid the mind of thoughts) which leads up to the ultimate –
meditation. My meditation practice has deepened that much more from all the new
information I have received here at the course.
It’s so easy to walk through life experiencing ...