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... quite a swarm since we were white. It’s always so hard to witness the poverty here. Most of the women have beautiful little babies and try to use them (sometimes actually teach them!) to beg. We’ve been told never to give money away in India since you could literally be overwhelmed and start fights so we smiled at them and tried to convey how beautiful we thought their babies were. We made it through the sea of beggars to the ...
... outputs of HEAL’s efforts in the communities. Like the Household survey does, the Community Assessment measures these outputs across five different indicator categories:
- Income Generation
- Living Environment
- Community Organization
- Understand how the work we ...
... I looked especially pretty today. I appreciated her careful choice of words (saying especially instead of just you look pretty today, which would mean every other day I look ugly) and just her compliment alone. It's the little things.
So the productive thing did not work out for me very well. When I got up to my room I looked at my nose ring and realized that it was completely pushed into my skin. Uh ohh. I could have sworn it was gaging my nose ...
... about it and this is just the first day. The professor had already asked the class to visit a slum and then report back observations about it. We then discussed communication and how it affects social change ( hence the name of the class) which for me is something I have never thought about before. Not in the context of media. This was really cool for me because I felt like this opened my eyes to something and I wouldn't have experienced it if I didn't come here and ...
... br> May you all have a wonderful holiday full of thanks and giving!
p.s. Tuesday I went to Facebook to visit Adarsh before leaving Hyderabad. This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for new opportunities, new friends, and a new outlook on life!