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To Himself: Naked Mind In Public

17 April 2020It is a cloudy envelope surrounding the mountains - and my mind.  One thought: Ganges is not far away.  Led to reflections about the often-used simile between rivers and life.Conclusion: The best you can do in the river of life is to do whatever is needed to make sure that the river can flow, that it thas the freedom to do so, to roam.  The direction it takes is...

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  1. Rakesh Ahuja

    Good question. And here is something very private in response, (Now public of course.) While I fully appreciate the pull of the Ganges for the Indian psyche, it is not so for me. I suppose I never absorbed its psychological or spiritual influence because I was in Australia during my formative years. Instead, and believe it or not, it is the Black Mountain overlooking my house in Canberra that pulls my chain as far as the disposal of my ashes is concerned. That hill - I know a mountain it is not especially when sitting here under the shadow of the Himalayas - has played an inordinate part in my life (and that is a long story, including an aboriginal connection). My Will provides that my ashes will be scattered on the Mountain by named nominees. I should add that you both have been on the list since 2013. Just wash your hands with soap and water for twenty seconds before you touch my being.