Dunsvirk Court Mussoorie
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... Kailas. Intuitively Tapovanji Maharaj understood that it was not good for him to go and tried his best to dissuade him, but to no avail. So the Swamiji left and within a few days the news reached them that he was attacked and killed by robbers on the way.
· Once he came down from Gangotri to Uttarkasi fifteen days before his scheduled date. People wondered at his decision. But in the next 3-4 days there was very heavy rain and the cave in ...
... hallway in front of our room and started having a conversation with me – while shouting at the top of his lungs. He encouraged me to shout back at him, but, given my proper upbringing, I just couldn’t bring myself to do it. I managed to shout a few words before scurrying off in shame. I guess I’ll never be able to be an Indian.
Mussoorie, Sunday, 14 April, 2013
Last night I joined Gregory for dinner at our favorite ...
... Frank’s “Diary of a Young Girl”) while waiting to get hungry so I could have dinner. But my stomach was still rumbling, and I had no appetite, so I decided not to eat. I have a room full of food that I bought before I got sick that is on the verge of spoiling because I can’t eat any of it. All I can think about is food, but I don’t want to risk upsetting my stomach again and having to start the healing process all over again.
... relatives surrounding her came to her defense. But what argument could they use? “It’s our right to use our country as a garbage can!”? Okay, I will admit that people used to litter in the US when I was a kid, because there were anti-littering campaigns to teach people not to litter. But now, 50 years later, Indians still haven’t realized that trash thrown onto the street is not just going to pick itself up. Oh well – it’s their country. Let them wallow in their own ...
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having the same reactions because “that’s the way it’s always been.” It feels
pretty incredible to have these tools and know how to use them while being open
to learning more.
I really can’t believe that we are all done- that we have
graduated, had our ceremony and said our goodbyes. I feel so lucky that I don’t
have to rush off to the next thing. How luxurious to wake up and not have a
plan; to let ...