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... I guess the opportunity of sharing about my faith comes in all kinds of strangely unexpected forms. Vickie wanted to take me to see Norbulinka and a friend and a "co-Worker" who has a pizza shop named joyful near there. I understand the weariness and the risk of open acknowledgment but I keep thinking about the verse where Yeshua says you can't light a lamp and hide it. Regardless I will go with the norm here. I knew if I asked openly about whether or not I can take ...
... downhill in Indian traffic, it was terrifying, to say the least, and I didn't even have a helmet on. Yehovah, I chanted the name of the LORD in my heart, all the way, over and over again. Nothing happened, we arrived peacefully, way earlier than I would have done walking to the hospital. As I was sitting down ready to type about yesterday, (its Sunday morning now and I am sorry I am so behind in my journals, I am a bit pre-occupied), Dessel hurried in and told me to pack my stuff to ...
... nothing but kind and attentive to me. I honestly have zero idea why I so mistrusted him. However, since it is awkward to tell him that I would like to not follow up with meeting him for dinner due to the fact that I don't trust him on no reason, I told him I am available to meet tonight. I figured since I am meeting Wesley for dinner, might as well make it dinner of three. This way there is no fear of in propriety of me meeting a single guy for dinner and no chance of me ...
... because there are no sidewalks and the streets are to tight for both vehicles and pedestrians, no one would move if they didn't honk. I could imagine how peaceful this place would be if they didn't allow vehicles at all. At least in this town anyways. This is monsoon season and they say that it rains here more than anywhere else in India during this time. It's not that bad thou, the weather is still warm and it's only pours for a few minutes at a time. ...
... but laugh, but moreover felt very disturbed by the whole experience.
As we walked from the crowd a group of young men stopped us and asked if we spoke Hindi, we said only a few words. They chatted with us a bit more and then one of the guys pulled a small wooden elephant from his pocket and gave it to my friend and walked away. We are still a bit unsure what this was all about, but it seemed to be just a friendly gesture.
We continued to walk about and I was stopped ...