One comment on “India. Along the Indian Railroad.

  1. I too have had very similar thoughts during my years of traveling and on/off living in India over the years. Not one to be cloistered in an ashram, (as beautiful as that may be), I walk the gritty streets to experience another side of this remarkable country/culture. Everyday there’s something that presents a whole different “picture” of how to be a human being and just what it takes to keep moving forward. While I cringe at the injustice of the poverty, I greatly admire the Indians – no matter what the challenge or adversity, they always seem to somehow be able to make it work….
    Love your blog !

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