I met a person on the 3rd of Jan'21. He says he gets possessed, gods and deities appear around him. His story is a fact for him, but not for the strangers. He lives in his own world hoping to get cured someday.
Four tigers try to eat goats in Chitwan Jungle While the twenty goats defend themselves playing a game. They lock up the four tigers using their clever moves taught by their ancestors.
Kim came to Cathmandu to immerse in culture and religion from U.S. She lived in Nepali family as a guest student of Wisconsin. She meets old dame. They talk in Nepali. I've retold their adventurous story in this article.
A king declares that the prince shall not go for hunting expedtion. However, the prince died.
Dilip and Gyan spent time differently in this difficult time. Dilip kept on teaching at home. While Gyan visited homes and showed the children to learn English songs to help them to keep their dream alive.
This is what I've oberserved duing the pandemic period. The business has come to stand still except and the believers who still circle around the stupa with hope.
David gets a reply from Jason after 30 years. He's close to tears of happiness and joy. Saddens him, for Jason shares his not so good school days. Both are men of other ability. He shares it to Ian via mail and me in person. This is the greatest satisfaction for David during this pandemic.
I share a real life story of a student who attended English Language class in the evening. He's no more around to retell the story in English. I've penned it as a flash fiction.
I've passed by many persons who left behind their stories filled with wisdom. I've scribbled 3 persons' words in the article.
I met David in a Tea Shop in Boudha in the Fall, 2016. Then I got involved with him to call on the schools nearby Boudha Stupa in 2018. I reverb those moments with the children of various schools in this article.
He faced a ghost at night while he on the way to service his guru with milk a hermitage. He believes the sage had saved his life. I have retold the story here.
Dr. Indul K.C., a former a class government servant is a man of multi-skill from Baktapur. He's is a vigorous man with a soft heart and tough in ethics as well. He shares his skill not only his community in Bhaktapur, but far and wide . One morning, he visits my home to heal my paralytic dad.
She visited Kathmandu to savor the sights and sounds of the mystical mountain in the Himalayas. She had a crush with the guide. She found in him perfect man for her life. Later on, they tied a nuptial knot to lead a life happily hereafter.