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Last morning we had an initiation into meditation by Mr Dhami. Finally it was time to bid goodbye, the Dhami family actually treats you like their own relatives so the departure can be lill emotional.
Our drive back was again eventful because of the three landslides enroute, but V got to see how a JCB clears a road. Now that we are back we are already promising ourselves to go back and do some treks in the same location. Thank you Mr Dhami and family. Thank you HP.
... and the children for testing my patience and sharing the love. Being a good teacher requires many honorable qualities such as leading by example, being a positive mentor, being caring and patient. You could say the same thing towards being a good parent. Both teachers and parents, props to you! In essence, I will take what I learned and apply it to my life.
Miss you Dharamsala!
God bless.♥ Dasha
... zabraklo pradu w calym miescie ;)), znalezlismy naszego deluxe'a, ktory okazal sie byc stara, zdezelowana Tata z lawkami zamiast foteli i miejscem na plecaki pod nogami. Po kilkunastu minutach rzucania miesem i krzywego gapienia sie na miejscowych znalazl sie dobry Samarytanin w postaci jakiegos doktora (zauwazyliscie, ze wiekszosc poukladanych i wyksztalconych ludzi w takich krajach to lekarze?), ktory wytlumaczyl nam, ze nasz autobus zostal "cancelled" i jedziemy ...
... silence was over on the last day I had a few people approach me asking what the f*ck I was doing hahaha.
Buddhism contains a lot of common sense, and most people engage in Buddist philosophy and practice without even knowing it. It's common sense after all. There was a moment during a lecture that I had this realization, that I'd been doing so much of this Buddhist practice and I'd had no experience with Buddhism whatsoever. I ...
... the students best (and it was also a topic I was comfortable discussing).
A week later I followed Dr. Namdul to Men-Tsee-Khang, and observed his lecture on HIV/AIDS. It is a topic he cares deeply about and his passion is infectious. The students and faculty listened attentively...all 80 or so of them. I didn't quite expect such a large audience, and I began to get nervous knowing that next week I'd be leading the class.
The following week ...