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... it, rice, chapattis and dhal! We all sat and watched the storm before playing cards and heading off to bed (but packing our stuff for the next few days as well!)
Got woken up at 7:30am so we got ourselves ready and washed (sort of) before getting our day packs all ready for the trek we were about to embark on! All sorted except we had to then strap our sleeping bags to the outside of the bags as they wouldn’t fit inside! We were all geared ...
... Dalai Lama temple, home to the Tibetan government in exile. I go to see an English women speaking at the Tushita mediation centre. She spent twelve years living on her own in a Himalayan cave before starting a Buddhist nunnery and fighting for women's rights within the religion. There's a book about her called 'Cave in the Snow'. They follow up her talk with a workshop on Samatha (concentration) mediation which she was discussing. Someone at the end asks ...
... dishes. We have both had so many different experiences it was hard to put them into words. It's a different way to travel over a lengthy period. There is no need to be rushing about to the next sight you can get to know a place and it's people and it's rhythms. ...
... it was impossible to do prostrations. I just stood there frozen, unsure what to do. He took my khata, unfurled it and put it over my head. The attendant motioned for the gift. I gave it to him. No sitting down. Did I have a question?
At least my mouth didn't freeze up. I explained that I'd been doing ngondro and, as part of that, contemplating how I could be of benefit to the world. I could pursue endeavors that would have a relatively neutral ...
... to their cause and have started to agitate for different tactics. I'm not sure the protest made headlines anywhere, but it was a very moving endeavor and we couldn't help but feel sad for their situation. It's been so long now since China invaded. They have destroyed monasteries, exploited their resources, built cities and resettled Chinese citizens there. I wondered if it was too late. But of course it will never be too late for the Tibetan people.