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There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not starting and not going all the way.
- the Buddha
I am back in New Delhi recovering from a sore throat and a headache. The “pilgrimage tour” is over. Internet connections were so rare in the Indian countryside that I couldn’t get all my pictures uploaded and observations posted. It looks like I ...
... to set foot around the mausoleum we retired home had mango shakes for dinner and went to bed. The following day we went to see the Red Fort - a massive sandstone fort. We also went to the Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum which was her former home on a beautiful property and afterward made our way to Gandhi Smriti this was where Mahatma Gandhi was shot dead. It was a beautiful area with a lovely garden as well ...
... Defense, Government and lots moreThat's pretty much it.
1) one yoga practise (1,5 hour) + 30 min in the morning + almost no sugar and no food in the evening. Didn't buy the vitamins yet, going to do that in a few days.
2) one article read, summarized and sent to poor H.-V. for checking.
3) one American video lecture which i downloaded some time ago (the brain plastisity knowledge will deffinetely come in handy ...
... Amritsar and Hinduism in Delhi).
And most important of all - although there might have been one or two uncomfortable train, jeep or bus rides, sleazy hotels and people who tried to rip me off - the last three months (including the time in Nepal) were fanstastic as I experienced things, which I would have never thought to be possible and made new friends!
India, it's true, what they say, you're INCREDIBLE and I am sure that I will be back!
... knowing how. There were hundreds of devotees who were probably fit to burst with my good fortune, and was it really fair that I had been given this honour with such ease because I was a foreign guest at this event. The guru turned to me and with an impeccable English accent asked me about my journey in India, and his journeys in the UK, as he visits my home town of Birmingham frequently. All this was said against a back drop of clicking as his ...