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... many people were doing mostly in family groups all around the platform and then eventually guiding me into the train car, which was already pretty full, and smelled of urine. Luckily I found another elder mother to sit near and she eventually made space for me next to her next to the window and became somewhat like a guardian and warm presence. I got used to the smell and there were even people who seemed to be beggars who were generally physically challenged ...
... voice has been hiding within. I've realised that I have natural talents as a yoga and meditation teacher.
4.5 years ago, I realised how important it is to love every single day on this planet. 1 year ago, I realised I no longer love being an Engineer working for profit based organisations. 6 months ago I made the decision to take this trip. Now I'm full of dreams and new ambitions to follow my heart and my passions, to unleash this creative ...
... who cares so much about it. After a few drinks last night we discovered that we are both very passionate about Gandhi. It turns out that his father had been a high-ranking official during partition, and had met Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Benazir Buttho. That's how I came to meet Mr. Mehta, a very sweet man who was very glad to share with me his experiences with the powerhouses of India's independence. I was in cloud nine after ...
... not, instead, as a response to presumption and a collection of negative memories, that make us react defensively, with anger, jealously or arrogance, all of which are aspects of our ego.
We find it so easy to blame ourselves and others, especially when it comes to our own feelings, our own ego. But if you logically think about it, how can a comment from another person, no matter how deliberately said or not, be there to upset us, or have a ...
... the ceremony would be taking place. We were wrong, as the ceremony was no more than some chanting and light drumming taking place in the middle of the main crowd to our left - we could barely see anything of it. Through the course of the ceremony, handheld altars with burning flames were passed around the crowd, and you didn't want to be in the way when someone wanted to make sure they got to touch it. I was worried that one Indian man was going to squash Emily ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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