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... of missionaries in Africa, India, but no in Nepal." He himself came as a missionary from Spain after many years in India, he has built 15 schools for the children of Nepal. He was an incredible man.
All in all, I loved Nepal, I didn't realize how much until I left. It's a beautiful country, and the people were so kind.
That being said, I'm looking forward to my work here in Kolkata.
The next day we started ...
... food. I hate myself for this still, but we went to mackers- cue the second white man of our entire time in Kolkata. You really can't write this stuff. We called the taxi driver to pick us up. When we saw him it turns out that he had expected choco face to book the tickets on the net for us that night, but he didn't. Upon calling the 'Royal Cruiser' bus company in transpired they had no spaces left. Here we go again. We then drove to another bus station (another 20kms out of town) ...
... and all right bang in the middle of the Kolkata chaos. We both head up to see the room where she lived until her final day and it was so simple; a small table and chair, her single bed and blanket, some business papers and an image of Jesus with the rose thorn halo. The most moving part was knowing she was so happy with the work she did she didn't want or need for anything more than the things in that room, her work and her love for God. It was really special to be able ...
... aid from donors, officials, and scholars worldwide to "free villages from the shackles of helplessness and ignorance" by "vitalising knowledge". In the early 1930s he targeted ambient "abnormal caste consciousness" and untouchability. He lectured against these, he penned Dalit heroes ('Untouchables') for his poems and his dramas, and he campaigned—successfully to open holy temples to all groups in society.'
Background to Tagore and Shriniketan http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/