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... but this was the find of the night - Chana salad, made from sprouts, and served on a leaf, with a quarter of another leaf to use as a spoon! It was the most delicious thing I've had on the trip thus far.
From there went a few k's down to the entertainment district where there were two cinemas, one a twin, the other a single, about 150m apart - and both showing and promoting the same ...
... and hard process so far. In order for the system to work, it must hold a vacuum and nothing we seem to try can work to hold that vacuum we need. We are working a number of solutions and I am confident that we will pull it off.
A bit of a technical blog post but I hope to write another one in the next few days about all of our travel plans and maybe even a snapshot of all the living things on the campus (aka the animals).
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... take a small snack because dinner is not served until late at night. During the evening as the sun goes down we will usually continue to work. We work, not out of necessity or expectation, but out of boredom. Between work, eating, and resting, we do play volleyball with the boys every afternoon which has been really fun. The boys have been living on the campus studying scripture for the past month and have been great companions. We might ...
... one from that echelon who failed to attain realization during the Buddha's lifetime. That echelon needed some clarification of what the Buddha did and said, so they pulled Ananda aside and worked on him until he reached the first bhumi, which has the advantage of total recall.
Ananda was known to be a really nice guy and was quite popular. When he was nearing death, he decided to head home. ...
...do anything? Answer: At least twice as many as in the West. This is not because Indians are incapable; they seem perfectly capable. It must be a full employment thing.
The other day I went to one of the Bihar State Tourism offices in Patna. This one was conveniently located in the train station that I'm staying near. There were six guys all engaged in what must have been an important discussion...probably about cricket. I had a hard time ...