This is India


This is India:


  •  Everywhere you look in India, life teems in all its splendour and struggle; a baby mouse, a mongoose, a monkey, a man making a living begging with no hands or feet, the weaving in and out of rickshaws, cows, dogs, goats, humans, in a chaotic yet synchronised flow.  Behind it all, India beats with a big, beautiful heart.
  • In January 2016, in Varanasi, my friend, Ravi, and I called an ambulance for a sick beggar, Michelle Misha, when we got to the hospital, Ravi and I were expected to wheel him out of the ambulance ourselves and wheel him into the ward, and into bed.  Unfortunately, they changed their minds 5 times which bed to put him in! Ravi expressed surprise that the hospital feeds the patients, that an ambulance even came, and that this was a free hospital for the poor….things must be changing!
  • A policeman approached my friend, Ravi, with a 3 inch thick stick to beat him for….feeding chicken to street dogs beside the holy Ganga!  Obviously violence is holy though!
  • 10 things I love about Indians:
    • they love to dress well, men are not afraid wear bright colours.
    • Indian hands can do anything and are always busy.
    • Indian people are  continually in service to one another, usually using those magic hands, as if there is one person, with many hands!
    • Indian people will use their hands to move you out of the way on the street…personal space is a luxury only.
    • Indian people know how to live in community.
    • Indian people always have time to chat, and rarely seem in a hurry.
    • Indian people notice everything that goes on around them in the streets, and are curious about it all.
    • Indian people often seem telepathic to your every need.  They are the most helpful people in the world, in my opinion.
    • Indians will welcome you into their lives, their homes and their hearts.
    • They love to celebrate…fly kites, let off fireworks, gather in the streets and go to festivals!
  • They usually love cricket and England and the British, despite the colonial history (ahem)!
  • India runs on Chai…English tea is 80% water,and 20% milk, and Chai is 80% milk and 20% water.
  • Indian people are not usually as sensitive as the British especially when it comes to animals….slapping a dog on the head is their sign of affection, usually until a yelp is heard; they seem oblivious of its link to pain!
  • The street police seems to run on ‘beating sticks’ and baksheesh.  A lovely moment of justice occurred in Varanasi though.  A poor bag seller posted a photo on Facebook of his bottom beat black and blue, where the police had tried to force him to confess to stealing something that he didn’t take, because they needed an arrest.  The bag seller held out, despite an horrific beating.  As a result of the Facebook posting, many people complained to the SSP (the police authority) who were forced to suspend him! Justice for the people!
  • The Indian’s will beat each other quite readily, if a wrong-doing has been perceived. Indeed mob rule can still apply.  There are, after all, 1.3 billion Indians.
  • Indians are fascinated by Westerners, you become a celebrity, as everyone wants a selfie with you!

About spiritandshadow

I have had a lot of spiritual experiences over the years and am interested in the transformation of humanity's consciousness in this amazing new age. I have also become interested in the shadow manipulators that it seems are carrying out a vast deception, control and domination of humanity. I first became aware of this dark shadow around 9/11, and have read quite a lot of David Icke's work and similar information. I am also interested in the individual shadow and integrating that, using the tool of astrology.
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