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... around doing b**ch work. Regardless, it is rather irresponsible in my opinion to make me take history, do physical exams, come up with a diagnosis and then write prescriptions without double checking my work. On the other hand, it has alway been strange to me that Lhundup sometimes will ask my opinion and do exactly that. Regardless, todays is a slow day, a slow morning followed by a slow afternoon. I am so glad I have a friend here, Rinzin is great and her presence ...
... the room before though not very long. I was called again, told to come back on the 13th at 10 am and it will be ready. Okay cool, I am a lot better off than I was before. I called Mr. Dawa and was told to get back and get the man's number which I did. Does not one else have faith in this system either? Regardless, I am grateful for what I have. I trust in the LORD and since I asked for favor and seemly I got favor from the superintendent, I am ...
... essentially no action required on my part other than just drop in and have a good time. I guess my very flexible identity must play an important part. Vickie said that they LORD has blessed me with very unique characters for the work He intends me to do. A Tibetan origin (questionable but whatever), a Chinese citizenship which allows me an essentially free path into Tibet, a Western identity which means I can be who I need to be. I parted my way with them, feeling ...
... discussed in our groups, among other Buddhism topics. Then we would have our second meditation session followed by a "mindful dinner". We would try not to laugh as we ate dinner, especially when our third and last meditation session for the day was interrupted by the snoring woman (everyday). Some people would walk around and read still affected by all the chai they had, but mostly everyone would go to bed.
Those days went by easily compared to the last two days ...
... went to visit the Dalai Lama's temple, which, not wishing to sound disrespectful, was kind of like a small town tertiary college from the 1990s. While we weren't expecting a copy of the Potala in Tibet, it was a bit of a disappointment and to be honest there was not really anything to see. So, the village was nice enough - ideal for weekending Indian tourists as a place to avoid the heat and nice for us for a day, but for a foreign tourist given ...