Praveen is a little jealous (I guess that's the word) when I told him of our one day adventure along the
Don River the previous
day. Surely he'll take a day off to acquiesce to an adventure such as ours when
the opportunity avails itself.
Today I had to submit to going back to a grid. Indeed, Praveen and I did 90 degree turns in order to reach back to our starting point. It was the best loop we could fathom. I made a second installment of the stroll in the evening after some packing and preparation for the trip to
on Friday. I wasn't sure if the Toronto International Film Festival was still
underway. I don't keep up with such things. But it did cross my mind, "If
I was to bump into one of those movie stars I might toss him/her a mantra
card and hope they may catch on to something spiritual instead of
themselves." Of course, you can't stereotype such artists. Some are
genuine seekers of the truth and lead a fairly sattvic life, I'm sure. Boston
Now back to the plan for
Boston: it will take approximately
forty-five days to make the journey from Boston
to Butler, Pennsylvania,
and then to .
The send-off to this venture will be at 4 PM Eastern Standard Time on Sunday,
September 20th. The theme of the walk is "Honour Our Teachers." After
all, they are the ones who open the door to the world for us and to other
worlds as well. I hope to remind us all of the debt we owe those who give us
knowledge, especially knowledge about ourselves and life's potential. New York City
So, I'm packing now.