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Mystic White Lepard

By Valiant Date: Thursday, 24-Jul-2014
via email from Lida 1:00pm

I realize that normally I would address you
With a post of predictions and revelations… 710 more words

The Legends of Buddha

Charu Singh reflects on the inspiration, research and the landscape that inspired her best-selling first novel

Souzeina S Mushtaq Delhi

Ten years ago, when her husband was posted in Sikkim, Charu Singh spent a year and a half in the mountains, visiting monasteries and talking to monks. 730 more words


You don’t go any where in Lusaka Zambia, and I mean every where, without spotting a lady or woman, a teenager or man wearing rocks either on their hands or neck in the form of Shambalas(most of them synthetic) but “rocks” non the less. 179 more words


Journey to The World’s Energy Centre – Shambala

It was another early start, which was even harder after a late night (thank-you late night kebab). Booked a taxi to the train station and bought tickets to Sainshand. 2,961 more words


Lost Child, Found Child

Losing kids is the worst feelings in the world.

Although I’ve always felt festivals are one of the safest places for a child to go wandering, the reality of it happening still producing that sick panic and sinking feeling that ever parent dreads. 501 more words


“Meditation” [Shamatha]

Breathing in and out,
Cool breezes, tickling nostrils,
Held in awareness.

a pathetic first attempt at haiku–by Paul Burgess

Immortal Verse