As usual, at this time of the year, each day looks the same. The sun is ever present. When the British came I'm sure it was a breath of fresh air for them.
I have been pacing on the temple's veranda and seeing down below the crows like clockwork, going for their breakfast, pecking at any creepy-crawlies upon the grass. It's at this grassy patch that Corrado had been doing his pacing while dutifully chanting on those beads of his. God bless him! This has been his first trip overseas. He's loving it –
being in a devotional atmosphere. It's
our last day here. India
Mandala, luckily, has had his second visit to this
He's been under the weather the last few days. His throat and stomach are agitated, yet his
spirits stay high. land of Bharat
Balaram, an excellent dancer, has been a good sport, attending all functions for Sadhana, and inspiring everyone with his moves during dancing sessions.
An additional person, a cool dude from
, is Nimai. He's also a team player and tagged along with
our core “ South
Africa Krishna Is…” group since
Mayapur. His trip to
terminates as well. India
At the writing of this blog we haven't yet performed our drama, which is slotted for the evening in front of 10,000 students. I'm sure it will be a hit.
I’m relieved that I put in some kilometres today.
May the source be with you!