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... of the time in sädhanä and samädhi. Seeking solitude, he would go deep into the forests, oblivious to the dangers therein. Thus he was very conscious and alert about practising the values of brahmacarya and ahimsä.
· There are several examples of his physical tapas (austerity). During his last days, when he was very sick, he used to lean back against the wall while sitting. Someone offered him a pillow and he refused it. He said – ...
... obvious fit of insanity. It’s only a walkway long but there are 5 people working there. The Indian tradition of over staffing has not escaped this place. One womans’ job is to walk next to us, tell us not to touch the tank at every new one and state the name of each fish which she reads from the placard we are also reading. We decide to pass on the restaurant in the aquarium after passing many empty tanks and walk along Camel Back Road on good recommendation ...
... a tree to climb but we just freeze till the moment passes. We decide we have had too much for one day and we should go back to the camp!!
Cross the border back in to india and the change in culture is immediate after some agonising bus journeys we arrived in the hovel that is haldwani we stay one night and caught the next bus to jageshwar. Jageshwar is a nice little village in the hills very relaxing. Rob had his 2nd hair cut and lost most of it in ...
... railway station, and business was in full swing. As the only whitie far and wide, I stood out like the proverbial sore thumb.
The highlight of the day was a boy scout moment that I had: I was trying to cross the very busy main street of the town when I noticed a little old lady stranded in the middle of the road. She must have been over 80 years old, and she couldn’t have been more than 5 feet tall. Anyway, I could see that she was not going ...
... to try to teach the simple masses about these issues. It’s a good start.
Meanwhile I am still trying to figure out what a society expects will happen when it produces only sons and kills off daughters. You don’t need to be a genius to see that that has to lead to problems. The burdensome daughter of today is the wife of somebody else’s precious son in the future. Related to this, in all the hotels that I’ve ever stayed in in India, ...