Hotel Mount View
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people dressed surprisingly casually. No way would I had dared gone to see the upcoming Buddha after Maitreya (Buddha #6) looking like many of those people. It just didn't show proper respect.
And it's not like they didn't have the resources to dress up. One group brought a thangka to be blessed that was an eye-popping masterpiece of not a small proportion. It was probably worth more than all my thangkas combined. Most of them were dressed in jeans ...
... of heart.
Please visit these sites and learn about the Tibetan situation-
http://www.studentsforafreetibet.org/ (we visited in Dharamsala)
I don't want to say much else about the retreat. I can't even put MY experience into fitting words, much less anyone else's. Just that it was very enlightening and I now believe I have the tools to look at the world and really see it's beauty.
Thanks for reading!
... a few late-risers and the surprisingly long and bumpy taxi ride to the white temple that marked the beginning of our journey. And the first half of the trek was pretty straightforward. I prided myself in how easy it was, actually complaining in my head about how boring it was - the view was mostly obscured by the early morning fog caught in the valley and the trail was pretty flat. We all paused at the oldest tea house on the mountain - the ...
... few divorces in India compared to the West because 90% of marriages are arranged. It’s marriages of both families in India rather than two individuals. Another value is hospitality. People in India respect guests. In stories Indians hear that God can come in any form, so they respect everyone. Religion is another important value. People in India grow up religious, so they’re not conscious of it. Bela said her religion is humanity. Most Hindus respect ...