Category Archives: respect of any religion

Steps and staircases can lead you …..

    ” Faith is taking the first step, even when you don’t see the whole staircase”                                               – Martin Luther King Each step taking in gratitude is a step forward to our awareness…..   ….even we can’t see the bigger picture … Continue reading

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The difference………. how well we walk through fire

” The difference between a good life and a bad life is how well we walk through the fire”                                                  – C.G. Jung Images are captured in Haridwar at the Ganges river   All images on this post are entirely under … Continue reading

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Street vendors in Rajasthan, India

Indian’s  are amazing business people. Every corner in the streets is filled with vendors of any kind you can’t imagine. Barbers, spices, fruit and vegetable stands, clothes and tailors, shoe soles and  welders. It is a hard business after an … Continue reading

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Entering a temple in India, taking off your shoes

Out of respect to any religion in Rajasthan, India, once you enter  any temple one needs to take off your shoes. Some temples offer some cover for your feed, I had always a pair of old socks with me to … Continue reading

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