Hotel Arma Executive
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... homeless here are begging because they are genuinely starving and haven't eaten in god knows how long, if they don't get money they don't eat and definetly don't have any shelter to stay. Whereas in countries such as the US and the UK there is a good chance that they will be able to find food from food banks, and at some point get at least one or two nights in shelters. India described in a nut shell would be 'organised chaos', but somehow it ...
... that Spiritual journey is from the known to the unknown. Really? Think!
Its actually from the 'unknown' to the Known. From ignorance to Knowledge.
Kenopanishad goes a level deeper and says its beyond the known and other than the unknown.
The fact is - Spiritual Journey is an oxymoron.
Yet, lets enjoy the 'journey' knowing that the destination is already reached.
'Travel' light Being Nobody Going ...
- 1930: 61-year old Gandhi started the great march of liberty from Sabarmati Ashram with a strong resolve to break the inhuman salt-law (Dandi March). On April 6, Gandhi broke the nefarious salt law at Dandi. ...
... shifts. Collecting, washing, drying, ironing and delivering millions of items, including hospital items that have to be sterilised, from socks to sheets in an almost round-the-clock operation. Now it is winter and 30 degrees so you can imagine the strenuous effort these workers must undertake to average a wage of roughly £2 a day. Many, if not most, items were brand new. Brought from factories for laundering before being exported for you ...
... district of Colaba.
I knew Suzanna was in town somewhere, so I called her up and went for some drinks with her and her friends Arjun and Nitin, a few metro stops down the line in the Santacruz district. Hotel Sea Princess was the first stop and had a wedding reception ongoing, set up for 400 guests but with perhaps 40 in attendance. It was pretty flashy and a whole world apart from the previous few places I've had a drink! After a while we moved ...