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... one must be having not to fall at all. What dispassion from the world
13) Om Achintyaaya Namaha
Salutations to the One who is unthinkable
- One whose life was so great that its unimaginable.
- His life is the ideal for ...
... has two children. Both of his brothers are well educated, but the one who is an electrical engineer is unemployed because he refused to cooperate in a corruption scam with his boss. Now that brother is being supported by the 70-year old father, who still runs a little shop selling government-subsidized products, mainly rice (sold to the poor for 2 rupees a kilo), and kerosene.
He told me lots of other things about his family, but I don’t ...
... population of Tibetan refugees because it was the first place where the Dalai Lama fled to after the Tibetan Rebellion in 1959, before he moved to his current home in Dharamsala. The weather was quite mixed and chilly and the town was covered in mist most of the time, so unfortunately we couldn't see any of the higher peaks of the ...
... his generosity, treated me to lunch.
After we got back to town, Gregory used the Google map on his tablet computer to calculate the distance we had walked: Going and coming, we covered a distance of 10km, or about 6 miles – a good deal of it uphill. But given that the weather was absolutely perfect, it was a very pleasurable walk.
After a nap, we went for dinner. After dinner, as I was passing by the pharmacy, the pharmacist called me ...
... have hoped.
After dinner, I stopped by a small shop near my home to buy some water and some milk. The bill came to 66 rupees and I paid with a 100 rupee note, which meant I should have gotten 34 rupees change. The shopkeeper gave me a ten rupee note, a twenty rupee note, and three identical-looking coins, which I took to be one rupee each. Since I am unfamiliar with Indian coins (coins are rarely used in India – at least with foreigners), I ...