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... gram of silk. Bananas!
Another highlight was visiting the Valley School. I hope to maybe visit their sister school in California. At the Valley School, while teachers are valued and hold precedence in their knowledge... students are teachers are viewed as equals. Students are taught to question every thing. I think this kind of influence will help youth to take personal responsibility instead of just blindly following.
Enjoy the pictures!
Defy social norms,
... don't like taking a whole class, it is too much to ask of me! I had to take two boys out of the class because they hit each other and I wasn't having it, I asked them what they were hitting about and then explained that I didn't really care, and that they should NEVER hit each other. They looked really shocked!
In the afternoon, me and two of the other volunteers went over to one of the other Parikrma centres. it was very interesting to see how ...
... ve figured out the rules of the road:
Rules for driving in India
1. This country was once occupied by the British empire. The steering wheel is on the right; cars drive on the left.
2. If you are driving on the highway, there will be lines painted on it to separate the lanes. Don’t worry about them; they’re just a guideline, really.
3. If you’re stopped at one of the ...
... 20kms ride from there.. we reached kanva at about 11:30 am…Arvi ,arun and myself decided to give ashok the best bday beating ever!!! So 1st all Nice nice wishes… Thank u thanku… ...
More stories about the Reach Out orphanage:
Khursheed said she would call or write to her older sisters, Freni and Kashmira, both living in Minnesota at the time, although Kashmira has since returned to India, and ask them to send sheets or blankets or other things the small orphanage needed. In fact, it was that Minnesota ...