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... I would have to take 2 times a day for, well, forever. The side effects were worse than my actual syndrome and I couldn’t imagine being on medication that was not going to cure me, but "possibly relieve some symptoms." I decided to look into more holistic approaches and found that yoga practice was one of the top recommended treatment for such syndromes. I am not talking about this fancy naked hot suspended type yoga that has popped up in ...
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One noteworthy comment from the past two days of meetings: there have been multiple times during our meetings where the power has gone off completely and none of our hosts have even flinched. The first time it caught me by surprise and I wasn’t sure what was wrong, but by the fourth time it felt expected and normal. I didn’t ask why, but I ...
The Oberoi Hotel in Bangalore has undoubtedly been one of the greatest hotel experiences that I have ever had. Setting aside the shock and awe of having a butler, the service here is beyond words. Unlike at other hotels where the staff changes, the same people greet me with a smile everyday. The staff in the restaurants remember my name, room number, and even my preferences in juice! The greatest part about it all is that when everyone greets ...
... a wax crayon because I wasn't giving her enough attention! We gave a certificate at the end of the lesson simply to the child that had been the quietest! I also saw some interesting school discipline which involved one boy being grabbed by the ear, given a harsh talking to and then being slapped across the back of the head. I didn't feel comfortable with it personally, but that's probably just the way that I have been told to behave-hey who am I to question their methods?
... India, since they are Muslim, Sikh and other religions. The funny thing about this one was that they took off their shoes before entering. I've never seen this before. I went up to Chowmundy Hill, which is where the main tourist attractions are. One of them is the temples and small markets. I went to the temple and it was 100 rupees for foreigners and 20 rupees for Indians. There was water on the ground to wash my feet as I walked in. I got ...