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... or indifference to everyone else). We visualized a friend, an enemy, and a stranger, visualized becoming each of those people and understanding their sufferings, then generating compassion based on that understanding (by imagining breathing out a white light towards them). Although it's hard to describe the way a meditation affects you in words, I found the visualizations to be a really powerful method of considering really emotional topics, like compassion, attachment, and ...
... name and fell and died because Jesus's hands were nailed to the cross. This joke was of course of very poor taste and I did explain to her where it didn't make any sense. I told her another related joke about the priest in the flood, the log, the boat and the helicopter. The pain point of that joke is do not test the LORD your God so I guess it is a nice counterpart of her bad joke. She wanted to know what music I like so I played for her Nate Benjamin's Sacrifice ...
... Tsundu to the slump. I had no idea what the slump is or why we are going there but this is not the best time to ask questions. I headed out and with my backpack, quickly run upstairs and found an ambulance parked outside. Apparently we are driving there. In route, I was briefed that the slump is the nick name of a place called ??Dongling?, it is a camp ground of sorts of migrant workers. They come from all over the places in India. Previously a monk set up an NGO that delivers charity ...
... time off the streets.
The group chose the Lotus Temple, the seat of the Baha'i faith, for our final full day in Delhi. Just getting to the other side of the New Delhi railway station was an adventure, and that was just on the way to the Delhi Subway.
The Lotus temple is, as you can imagine, shaped like a giant marble lotus surrounded by pools of water designed to cool the building. It was an oasis for the group and we enjoyed sitting in the heart of ...
Kathalagh and Terah. Lying at the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range
of the Himalayas,
Spread in 14 sq. km. its name comes from the legendary British governor General Lord Dalhousie. Surrounded by splendid vegetation such as deodars, oaks, pines and flowering rhododendron the whole ...