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... Nation" since 1949. ****, that is only 66 years. Even Australia has 200 years under her belt.
I know this is an over simplification and a simple man's analysis of what is a complex history, particularly with the issues of religion and politics and corruption and terrorism and warring neighbors and other things but I see this country as new and struggling to catch up with the rest of the world. Sorry for the serious analysis but I am seeking to understand, as you have ...
... we learned that Buddhist was one. There was a large museum with many artifacts from the excavation site and many carvings of Buddha. Not one was fat or happy! We walked across to the a beautiful park where the excavations were done, which was where Buddha first starting engaging people with his beliefs. I had no idea that we would learn so much about many different religions while were here! It certainly gave us a new view and respect ...
... building only for one minute this to again enter, since I mean drivers not find cannot and thinks that I find me at the wrong exit. A soldier with storm rifle and mouth protection stands before the exit and prevents me from renewed entering. When I explain my situation to him, the soldier does not even zwinkert with the lash, since he understands absolutely no English. Which I am to now make?! I give up not and do not move not from the mark. After a while ...
... woman cleaning clothes by hand, and small children waving at us. Observing the women as I walked through the village, and thinking back on what Dushyant told us about the lives of Hindu women in India, I feel so fortunate to have been born in Canada. Although I may have complained (once or twice) about how difficult it was being a working wife and mother, I had choices. The choices I made, along with the numerous opportunities I was provided, made my life ...
... hit I pulled out my ipad and showed them pictures of snow, my house in the winter, and the many animals I saw at the Singapore zoo. They were all astounded. I showed them how to swipe on the ipad and they all wanted a turn trying it out. Once we left the boys home we walked back through the streets to our cab and were taken to a muslim mosque. It was a very old building with an inner courtyard. We were charged to bring our cameras in, charged to wear a ...