Yes, it was a long leap from
Toronto to by van. It was even a greater
challenge for my driver, Vivasvan, who took a four hour drive from Boston Detroit before arriving in to pick us up. All in all, it was 15
hours in transport for him and a little less for Vicky and I leaving from Toronto . Toronto
I enjoyed the company of the two comrades and even more the purpose or intent of our venture. We were off to participate in the 50th anniversary of our guru’s arrival to
Furthermore, I was about to embark on my first marathon walk in the States
beginning on the 20th. It will be a send off from America . Boston
There was much anticipation in the air in the capsule of Vivasvan’s van. We drove most of the way with the rooftop open and the side windows at half mast. We were feeling the air alright and it was positive.
My legs were antsy, wanting to be mobile. Maybe one day they’ll make cars with treadmills in them. With no walking put in today due to the drive and adrenaline rushing up and down with great prospects ahead, it added interesting dimensions to the urges of the legs.
Our dialogue covered many things such as upcoming media, the walking route we would take, and so on. But the discussions and tales on the contributions our guru made to the world and how he personally touched many lives to transformational levels, captivated us the most as we sailed down those highways to Boston.
May the Source be with you!