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... Peace. Worse, some give up the opportunity to travel and progress. They give up their precious lives.
With clarity in thinking about the destination, equanimity of mind while travelling and dexterity in acting on the journey, one must Enjoy the journey and reach the destination.
Spiritual 'journey' is unique though. The traveller is me. Destination is Happiness which is my true nature. The distance is from i to I. ...
... same story. We ask for eggs with the shell on them and two soft boiled and 2 hard boiled, 6 pieces of toast and black coffee and we always get peeled hard boiled eggs and coffee already made with tons of sugar and milk. It's still fine but it's funny how we keep specifying how we want it and it's never the case when we get it. The one that has high expectations and demands better go somewhere else.. India has surely been a great adventure full of ...
... Only five percent of all claims are paid out. It cites the sad case of a woman who stepped down from a train whilst it was still moving and fell to her death beneath the tracks. No compensation was payable. Of course it doesn't help when they leave the doors open or when the door refuses to open with only a two minute stop. Ho hum. This afternoon we chill out. We watch a very scary episode of X Files complete with English sub-titles(?) Yes, it's the original US ...
... card, Jack pulled at his ragged beard and we did our best to look as short on money as you realistically can when getting a tailor-made dinner jacket. A little while and several cups of chai later we shook hands and left jubilant but rather bemused at what had just happened. There seems to be a running theme now of us leaving the hotel for something benign like breakfast and returning having bought a new wardrobe - I suppose that could summarise both our trip and India quite ...
... the round of chais bought us enough karma to keep Keitha running for the rest of the day. We spent the next few hours driving through lush hills and farmland. As we got closer to the bustling metropolis of Mumbai the road started to get much more crowded and by the time Logan took over we were in some serious 4 lane traffic with cars, trucks, rickshaws and bikes quizzing around one another like angry hornets. We managed go bypass Mumbai, instead heading through ...