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... tendencies, there will be ups and downs. The only way is the continuous practice of viveka and vairägya. In his case, because of the merits of his previous lives, the mind was steady in the thoughts of the Lord.
· Tapovan Maharaj had complete control over his mind (ätma-vinigrahaù), which had become extremely single-pointed because of the constant disciplining. And he expected the same quality of mind from his students. One day, while he was taking ...
... spot, on the cement, river side and waited for the big event. I had been looking forward to seeing the aarti since I arrived. It was so beautiful. Nagasai bought another puja leaf bowl with flowers, camphor and incense to release on the Ganga. After her puja was complete we left. By the time I was back at my guest house I was ready for bed. The plan for tomorrow. Go to Shivpuri. Chill out by/in the Ganga. In the mountains. Away from crowds. Cars. People. Noise. Sounds perfect.
... all of the students immediately JUMPED up to attention – as a sign of respect to the visiting dignitary. It was no less than what I deserved. But it was still a shock.
The surroundings of the school were also very nice – on what seemed to be the upscale side of Mussoorie. No rickshaws there!
Abishek and I then started our long walk back to Library Bazaar, where I live and he works. About halfway, I sent him the rest of the way ...
... the manager wanted to charge me 1,050 rupees a night. I told him that “my friend” was paying only 800 – and that that’s what I wanted to pay. He said that her price was a special emergency price. I pointed out that the emergency price should be HIGHER than the non-emergency price, not lower! And besides, I was willing to stay for a couple of weeks, whereas Geza was staying for one night only. Eventually he relented, and we agreed on 800 ...
... breakfast (cereal) and dinner (tandoori chicken sandwiches) in my room. But I’m going to have to find lunch elsewhere, which is not going to please Room Boy.
Speaking of whom, and as if to rub salt in the wound, Room Boy knocked on my door at 8:55 to ask if I would like to order something for breakfast! I told him once again NOT to ask me if I wanted to order meals, but he just smiled and left. Some people just don’t get it. What if I had ...