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... up the tradition and set an example, he respected their opinion and accepted sannyńsa deeksha from Swami Janardana Giri of Kailas Ashram and was given the name Swami Tapovanam.
Tapovanji Maharaj actually came to the world as a sannyńsÚ, lived as a sannyńsÚ and left the world as a sannyńsÚ. During this tenure, he underwent the formality of sannyńsa dÚeksha. We are fortunate to be in the lineage of such a great master. We should pray to have atleast ...
... at the Tibetan Temple set in happy valley, the atmosphere here is serene and peaceful. Then we went up to some other Buddist temple that is fairly new, grubby and uninspiring but with a wonderful view On the way back we stopped at the Mussoorie municipal gardens, very beautiful and well maintained with hot houses full of flowers, there's a fun park for the kids here too. On a clear day, which this one wasn't! you can see the snow ...
... have a lot to do now that I am no longer alone. When a person is alone, he can postpone doing things – or just sit around all day. But when one is with friends, one has to plan things to do, and this requires getting off of one’s lazy behind. I hadn’t done any writing for my blog for the past four or five days, so I felt the need to catch up before Gregory and I go out for our day’s activities.
Oh, and the other good thing: ...
... we try eating at the restaurant in my hotel, and to my surprise, the meal was both delicious and inexpensive. It’s a bit of a shame that I waited so long to eat there because I’ll be moving to another hotel on Thursday morning.
During dinner we had a very nice conversation about a variety of topics of common interest. Wilfried is really a cool fellow, and I hope to be like him when I reach his age – which is actually coming faster than ...
... to them – in Thai – and, unlike at the Delhi airport, these people understood me. One of the women was an Indian-Thai woman who is in the business of bringing Thai students to the boarding schools around Mussoorie. She’s quite a legend around here as she’s been doing this for 47 years, if I understood her correctly. We exchanged business cards and agreed to get in touch once I get back to Bangkok.
As for the meal here: Yet ...