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... was a rocky start. I even seriously thought about leaving once or twice. But what is home but the people that make it so? Transience seems to rule. And that impermanence may be the most tangible double-edged sword I feel at the moment.
There are moments when you can feel the ripples that you sewed in the past turn into the waves you never knew they could be. Finishing my degree, enrolling in my teaching certification ...
Between rooms I was invited to sit and have tea with a Turkish family also visiting--the tea compliments of the museum. It was during this chat that a young fellow on the staff explained to me in English that there would be no show this day. The announcements I had seen were for last month. I'd come one weekend too late.
So I looked around the second room: some musical instruments and samples of the shadow figures and ...
... ie., work, perhaps) in order to strictly observe sabbath proscriptions. In my mind surely a sign of increasing radical irrationality. What hope for peace in such trends?
23 January 2007 -- The New York Times
Article noting the expansion of the Antarctic Ozone Hole due to the increase in use of harmful air conditioning refrigerants by people in India and China....thanks in part to an explosion of demand for air-conditioners in hot places like India and southern ...
... me, and the dolmus left in about 5 minutes.
In Kumyaka I walked around a bit, read a bit, then had a fish dinner beside the sea, in the breeze, as the sun descended.
Back on the highway at the dolmus stop I think I was in time for the last two dolmus of the evening. Nevertheless, I sought hitchhiking in the meanwhile. Often I am troubled by being stared at as I walk around, the unmistakable yabanci, foreigner. But also ...
... Well, that experience led me to change my direction, and I soon saw some hikers on a far hillside trail, and I headed off in that direction. I don't know where they went, but I found a well-used trail into another gorge and went along it. There were a couple of isolated domiciles here and there, and each seemed to have an associated cherry orchard.
I encountered an old man coming my way, dragging a log which he must have cut judging by the saw in a ...