Jaypee Residency Manor
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... part of his vairägya and knowledge seep into us.
3) Om Tapasvine Namaha
Salutations to the Austere one
o Importance of Tapas in life.
o Tap x Pat. Tapas destroys Tamas.
o Yajna-daana-tapas don't let go.
· In the Gita three types of tapas are mentioned – Sharérika (physical), mänasika (mental) and väk (speech). Swamiji practised all the three, and all the virtues mentioned in the ...
... was socked in.
In fact, the night before in it had snowed in Mussoorie and during our visit to the town, cars, bicycle rickshaws, and rooftops were shedding the snowfall. Temperatures during our visit were in the mid 40s and visibility in town was very limited. Actually, the weather reminded me of being up on Cadillac Mountain in Acadia NP during early spring or late fall when the summit is wet and cloud covered.
... I felt awful. Once again MMS (miracle mineral solution - google Jim Humble and MMS for info) saved the day. I took about five or six doses over the evening and some more drops the next day. And it is clearing up. I am on the mend.The aching is pretty much gone. I don't know what it was. I am suspecting something with the food cause everytime I think of those greasy peanuts I feel a bit weazy!
Now back to my routine. Clean eating (as best as I can) Introspection. Writing. Resting. Much needed.
... election. It was somehow clear to us that these people were paid to march around town with banners, shouting for people to vote for their candidate.
India is known as the world’s largest democracy, but here, they don’t even pretend to campaign on issues. It’s more a case of paying a group of people to march around giving the appearance of supporting you – with the expectation that if you win the election, you will steal back ...
... make a commitment that I’m not sure I can keep, so I might have to pass on this place.
As I was sitting on a park bench on the Mall (the same park bench I was sitting on when I met Wilfried the German), a group of young women passed by and greeted me. One of them asked me “Are you a geographer?” (I guess my hat makes me look a bit like an explorer / geographer.) Anyway, it turns out that they are all geography students at a university ...