Going Into the Unknown
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Jun 12, 2006
Advice for a pilgrimage ...
respect everyone, not criticize, be balanced, no lies, don't steal.
My offering to you: reciting the Earth Store Boddhisattva chant 10,000 times.
In some way things can never stay the same, especially after a pilgrimage.
Connect with everyone, every single person.
When tiny things upset you, push it further. Crank it up.
Pilgrimage is in our nature. Take me with you.
Getting out of your comfort zone ... sense of openness comes alive in you.
Make sure you have a return tickets. :)
Quote-a-day: at the end it doesn't matter how many years you've lived, but rather the life in those years. Just live!
I'll sing my offering: seven lines of the poem that starts with-- every step is a destination, through an ancient nation, not in a rush not a run.
Should a return be immiment? Maybe, maybe not.
Hiking in Africa, I came down a slightly different path. Creates the most amazing view. Take it on with an adventurous spirit.
No short cut to any place worth going to.
Make driking water a routine.
I came to wednesdays through sheer chance; I offer my gratitude
Keep doing what you've been doing
As you travel, you enter the unkown; don't let that distract. Remain equanmious.
Follow your hearts, live in the moments.
Moving, changes, journey: whenever you leave a place, you leave behind pieces of yourself. Instead of leaving pieces, for me it's about finding pieces. Build your jigsaw puzzles as you must.
I regret the pieces of myself that will be going away.
Knowledge obscures reality.
My wish for you to is to have lots and lots of fun.
Indian version of "The Motorcycle Dairies" ...
Take it as it comes
Feel really privileged to have the opportunity to go
Wednesdays make me find my balance. Thank you.
Dancing like a free spirit.
Janani's Sanskri sloka as a blessing.
An experience with Shilapiji at CTTB was the beginning of much. If I wasn't open to life, I wouldn't have felt it. Be open.
Best travel moment: when a french woman did my laundry, when I helpless.
Why travel? Why be out of your comfort zone? You have to fight those questions, fear. I wish you a strong foundation to rely on.
Don't guard against paradoxes.
Quote on "The journey" by?
Accept candt from strangers but you don't have to eat it.
If you have nothing but love, it comes back to you.
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