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The countryside is superb, I take over the driving and within minutes the car is shuddering as though we’ve got a puncture. I slow to a crawl and pull into a rest area and we both recognise that “Hey, we’ve been to this rest area before…with the same problem”. 26 more words


Choosing CBS:- The Road less travelled by..

Born and brought up in East Delhi, I usually wandered around the streets of Karkardooma, Vivek Vihar and the not so posh area of Jhilmil where taking your own four wheeler was a horrifying nightmare. 909 more words



My apologies for being away so long; I was in Vietnam for holiday. I’ll definitely be posting about that soon — Sapa is one of the most beautifully untouched places I’ve visited — but for now, I wanted to share something I wrote in (and have been editing and adding to since) 2015. 1,127 more words


Spiritual Journey: The Path Less Traveled... And How To Tackle It

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The Path Less Traveled: The Inner Journey And How To Tackle It

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Finding FREEDOM Through Travel

Freedom means many things to different people, to most it means the Fourth of July, thinking in terms of countries and citizens. I want to share with you today the story of somebody who was in “prison” and through travel earned their personal freedom that is so necessary and life-giving to an individual. 491 more words

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I Met Someone Online (A Rant on Sin and Salvation)

I met someone online a while back and we got to chatting. Over a few weeks, I learnt he was also a Christian, and we had lots of conversations about God and Christ; it was clear that this person was serious about perusing Godliness and Jesus. 612 more words


Day Five

Today was teacher’s day, so my day was spent in school. I wrote a couple blog posts, and heard one sermon. I chatted with a friend. 556 more words