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December 18, 2010

Opting for coziness, having that as your prime reason for existing, becomes a continual obstacle to taking a leap and doing something new, doing something unusual, like going as a stranger into a strange land. — Pema Chodron, The Wisdom of No Escape

In a few hours, we go…. First to Los Angeles, then on to Hong Kong, Kathmandu and finally Pokhara where we’ll transfer to 4-wheel drive vehicles for a ride to the foot of a trail leading up 1,000 feet to the village of Mahja Badahare, perched on the side of a mountain, the place we’ll call home for 8 days. No electricity, no heat, but hopefully a cistern filled with water at the end of our stay. I ask that you hold us in your hearts. You will be in mine. Namaste.

10 thoughts on “December 18, 2010

  1. Wow. Nepal. You can tell I haven’t read your blog in awhile. I have other good friends there now with a group from Montview Presbyterian. Tempting. Safe and wondrous travels my friend. Yes I hold you in my heart. Namaste.

  2. Wishing you a safe, successful, and rewarding trip. This will be a Christmas present to yourselves, one that will last a life time.

  3. Have a Great Adventure, the two of you! Guess you saw that John has just left Nepal – sounds like it was Exactly what he needed……same will be true for you….no doubt…..hope to see you when you return lots of love sondi

  4. I surround you with the most beautiful blue light
    for a journey of pure love, sharing and caring
    for a different family in another part of the world.
    You are just expanding who you are to a different family in Nepal.

    Much love, light and blessings,
    Carolyn

  5. Ah, friend! You have begun a most excellent adventure! I will be thinking of you every step of the way; your good works will be life changing! I’ll look forward to story sharing when you return!
    Namaste! Lynda

  6. what an incredible experience you are going to have–the people will love you, and vice versa–travel safely.

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