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Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

Happy Family Toronto, Ontario Sam was there and Alex, Amit and Maha Mantra. The girls were there too, Kathleen, Anne Lise and Sandini. Their fearless leader, Mangal Aarti, who was also there, had arranged our meeting at Kensington Market, perhaps … Continue reading

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Meetings – Walk-ins Meetings! Toronto, Ontario Before putting my feet to task today, I was tied up in meetings. These meetings of course are another form of sangha (spiritual association). There were 3 sanghas in a row, and I partook … Continue reading

Friday, February 1st, 2013

 By The Club Toronto, Ontario I sometimes take my daily trek along University Avenue and pass by a place where a friend of mine worked as a waiter for years at a University club. He told me of a Dr. … Continue reading

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Blind! Homeless! War! The Past! Hamilton, Ontario In Vancouver at a performing arts festival, people will be on the ultimate experiential walk when they will be on a two hour walk through the city. The catch? They do it blindfolded. … Continue reading

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

I Actually Grew Tired Toronto, Ontario I actually grew tired after a mere five kilometres on foot. Everywhere it was wet and damp and there was no place to actually sit restfully for a break. When I reached McCaul Street, … Continue reading

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

I’m Likely The Only Bead Chanter Toronto, Ontario It’s practically t-shirt weather, although damp, as I found my way walking in what’s called The Annex area, with beads in hand. They are a glorious string of 108 beads, which act … Continue reading

Monday, January 28th, 2013

From Here To The Royal York And Back Regina/Toronto If Regina is an iceburg, then Toronto is a slushburger. From Regina’s frigid frontier, I flew into Toronto, which is commonly known as The Melting Pot (for ethnic cultural reasons), and … Continue reading

Sunday, January 27th, 2013

The Mention of a Queen and a King Saskatoon/Regina My Saskatoon hosts, Kasyap and Panchami, had put together an excellent kitchery brunch after a great trek up their street and back. Temperatures have become more tame as of late (only … Continue reading

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

Hot Dancing Calgary, Alberta If you are familiar with the various chapters of the Bhagavad Gita, you may recall chapter 15 where it describes a banyan tree with its roots up and branches down. It is a rather mysterious section … Continue reading

Friday, January 25th, 2013

 Sunken Feet, Hearts High Saskatoon, Saskatchewan When our feet sunk into the hardened snow about 2 inches deep, I made a remark to 12 year old Jay, my young companion for the hour, about the sound. To me he responded, … Continue reading