After finishing some interesting discussions, meeting some old friends and
wandering around in the backstreets of Parel, Colaba, Malad, Thane, discussing many nuances
I boarded the 4.20 flight to Dubai enroute to Malta with a heavy heart.
Returning to the Mediterranean
This home coming was different.
In these months, some people showed sympathy, some showed patronizing
condescension and others just prayed that this ordeal will be over.
Some people warned me not to stick my neck out too much by writing
Jago-Re “Wake-Up” articles. www.chowk.com/writers/2323
“ Do not think people cannot understand what you mean
by Passing Sidi Gaber
or what type of Night-Watchmen( http://www.chowk.com/Views/World/The-Night-watch-Seeking-for-Lost-Time)
you are referring to” a genuine well-wisher told me.
We searched for lost time.
The past month has been one of long walks, visits to the Himalayas for a very
personal reason and many reunions with friends and family, chewing grass on the
lawns of Lodhi gardens and India Gate. Some water has flown past, some breeze
When my visa was ready my dear friend and nephew Mayank was very upset.
Mayank doing Rolly-Polly at Sher Mandal-Old Fort-Delhi
“Give me the passport and I will tear off the visa page. Who is going to take me to
watch the paintings in National gallery and read books at Bahrisons Kidz of
Enrich your life with a read a day
is a creed I want to instil in the children.
We went to Sri Ram Centre and watched the comedy-Taj Mahal Ka tender.
Remembering some kindness
As I sat with at friends in Spinola Bay of St.Julian’s Malta, and recalled some
journeys and vibrations, the need for the children to come out of their shells
The Mediterranean charms have been kind to me and
added a richness to life which I had never envisaged.
and taught me about humanity and its nuances
The past week has been busy remembering some old friends, reunions and new meetings and catching up with the ‘town gossip’.
Sahil learning Map reading and sailing from David Millner
Exploring Comino caves-Mamta and Sagar with David Millner
An interesting evening with a man of the sea-David Millner. He is
living the words- We are not human beings have a spiritual experience
but spiritual beings having a human experience
Remembering some old walks
With Malta’s “Tai-Chi” Lady, Elena at Sliema Preluna Waterfront
An interesting evening at China House-Spinola-St.Julians
“My forefathers came to Malta in 1880,” Gilbert Mohnani
opened many horizons to us
The Indian Community in Malta has maintained their traditions.
Sukh Sagar Community Centre-San Gjwann -Malta
After these outings, it is a lovely idea to go and feel the breeze by the sea
on a lovely early morning walk.
Walks through Malta open new horizons.
Will you come for a long walk with us?