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... happening next to me. It seems, nonchalantly, the superintendent looked up and asked me, so you want you visa extended? Yes sir. And why? Cause I booked my ticket for a week after my visa's expiration date. I was inwardly bracing for a comment of "That's stupid!". None were forthcoming so I waited. More paperwork was signed by him, I seemed to have been forgotten. It feels like two minutes later, he looked up again and asked, why is ...
... people who are so very used to and dependent upon a hierarchy system down to family for their identity and protection. My father, once long ago told my mother that I would be sorely disappointed if I ever made it to Dhramshala for he believed that I was in search of Utopia. The truth is, I am somewhat more sophisticated than that. I expected to find a community that carved out a path for themselves against all odds, using whatever means they can, including going ...
I had never really experienced snowfall before this trip. It was my dream to spend few days at place fully covered by snow. I was exploring isolated and less crowded places close to Delhi and found this astonishingly beautiful hill station in Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh. Though I wasn't sure if it's gonna snow in mid December because snowfall usually starts after or around Christmas. I still took ...
... spontaneous song arise in this last time together and feeling so grateful to know him and have him as a friend. We made rough plans for me to come visit him in Delhi sometime after the retreat and before I go on the Buddhist pilgrimage to Nepal, but not discussing the possibility of him coming which was an option a month ago. It doesn’t feel like the right thing now, so I let it go. We shall see what comes of our connection.
... Asia. We left the complex and trudged through the rain to Llamo’s Kitchen where we were to do our cooking class. Our chef and teacher was called Llamo and we were inside his house – a small kitchen and bathroom and a larger communal room that was also the bedroom. We were all going to learn how to make Momo’s – a typical staple of Tibet. First off, we made the dough using flour and water and some special kneading techniques. Then we made up ...