Tibetan Ashoka Guest House
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... was that the bus was really nice, with a L.E.D screen and nice lay back seats. I had really psyced myself up for "hard seats, over crowed and smelling of vomit" as my brother so kindly told me, oh and "what was like a 14hour roller coaster ride"! The only downside was the dog poo meg had stood in in the dark while waiting! So when we got to McLeod at 7am I was a little dissapointed that we had such a civil ride. As the Tibetans have a saying, 'hope for the ...
... I instantly signed up for a couple of days classes with him, as well as another treatment for myself before we left and a massage for Barry the following day.
We had a couple of celebratory drinks that evening, but I think the fresh air and relaxed vibe was all a bit much for Barry as he ended up totally wasted! But that was absolutely fine as all he had to do for the next couple of days was chill out while I was off doing my yoga and massage, Yoti’s yoga classes ...
... Tibetan and English books to choose from. Sometimes the children would read to themselves or we would read to them or they would look at the pictures. Around 10:30am, we would teach language arts which included the alphabet and matching words.
Children's ages ranged from ages 4-8 years old. Learning and education was at different levels as well. The smaller children just learned how to write the alphabet or even their own ...
... with scheduled me for only 1 hour of teaching a day, far less than I expected. Delek hospital wasn't accepting volunteers and I found myself wandering around town while Lacey started her full-time gig with the Tibetan Women's Association. Fortunately, Lacey's bosses are big names in the Tibetan community and very well connected. She told them I was looking for work in the medical field, and within 2 days I was in contact with Dr. Tenzin ...
... up until that moment I was only observing these facts. Now, these people are a part of my reality, my life and furthermore, myself. I started crying, feeling grateful and depressed at the same time. Then I thought about friends and family at home who are bothered (frustrated, angry, sad, annoyed etc.) by others for various reasons. I felt very clearly, “If we have the necessities to live, then how can we be unhappy with one another?” ...
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