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... Anyway, I'm here in Chandigarh, gearing up and acclimatizing to the weather and the culture and the food. All conspire to overwhelm me. They only got the best of me once! And I needed to curl up in a ball on my bed. That did the trick and now I'm back to face the Hindi music!!
From my last visit to India, I became a big fan of Hindi movies and well, all things Indian actually! And true to form I've indulged myself in a couple of cinematic Hindi movie ...
... on their face than in their mouth. Kind of like those weddings when the bride and groom shove rather than place the cake into each other's mouth. Then we had dinner. There never was any formal opening of gifts although I took a few shots of her eating something she had in a bag in the family bedroom. I think that is where she put her gifts. As quickly as it began it ended with Goodley telling me "I like you", as we drove away. I like you too Goodley...Happy ...
... of eating breakfast is to eat breakfast". I think the second child is correct. The purpose of eating is to eat. Wisdom words....another practice I want to try to cultivate. Eating here is a practice in eating. On the ground with the plate in front, everyone served, except the "second batch" people who are the women and cooks. Then they eat, no cell phones, no tv, no books,just their hands the food and a little conversation.
... to see them so enthusiastic about learning. As they took turns on the machine I tried to remember and pronounce all their names. Which resulted in loads of laughter and giggling. This really broke the ice and I have lots of people to chat with at tea now. ;) I feel very blessed to have the opportunity to form friendships with these women. These are pic of few ladies in my group and my culinary ...
... Rail have alot to work on! Only a matter of 15 minutes out of Delhi the slums were replacd by lush open fields, strangely reminded both of us of the countryside back home. We pass the odd farm with carefully structured round rush huts. This more iddilic scenery is yet again changed for the poverty of the slums, huge wastelands full of people, at first I presume they are sitting, but then I realise they ...