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Love Vibes

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Love has been described in infinite ways -“The elixir of Joy”, “The Antidote to Pain”, “The Alpha and the Omega”.  Love fuels the fire of our passion.  It lifts us from our limitations to our potential.  It transcends time and space.  Love forgets differences and prejudices.  Love heals.  Love is the vibration of the spirit – the song of the Universe.

When we live in the love vibration- our energy resonates qualities of compassion, forgiveness, tolerance, respect, generosity, joy and peace.  We expand when we love – we contract when we hate.

When we love, we exude a magnetic charisma that attracts positivity and goodness.  We feel light and shine brighter.

When we love we see a connection – that every presence on this planet – human, animal, plant  – every material are all interdependent – there is no separation.  What affects one – affects us all!

When we are in the love vibration we encounter people and situations that inspire us and guide us toward the fulfilment of our potential and passion.  We are in the flow of life.  Our role shifts from reactive to creative.  We are empowered!

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India – by rail

January 6, 2012 3 comments

Indian Railways has 114,500 kilometres of total track over a route of 65,000 kilometres and 7,500 stations. The railways carry over 30 million passengers and 2.8 million tons of freight daily

Travelling by train in India is a memorable experience.  It is remarkable how people get to know each other and enjoy so much on the journey that it is great fun.  I remember travelling by train during my school  holidays when we would go to Kerala.

In Mumbai, I travelled by crowded suburban trains from Vasai to Churchgate.  Even in this crowded train there was so much of activity going on that you almost forgot you were travelling in such a crowd.  People playing card games, antakshari going on in the train, ladies cutting vegetables for dinner, people offering seats, keeping briefcases on the rack..

Recently on my India trip, we travelled from Bangalore to Alwaye by train – The Intercity Express.  It was a great experience travelling by train in India after a long long time


The intercity express crosses 3 states – Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Kerala.  It starts at Bangalore Cantonment and passes through Carmelaram, Hosur, Dharmapuri, Salem Junction, Sankaridurg, Erode Junction, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, Palakkad, Thrissur, Alwaye and Ernakulam. (I remember when young – we would play the game of guessing the next station).  The ticket collector comes in to check our tickets.  The advantage of travelling by train is that you can stretch your legs once a while.

People were reading, playing with their iphones , ipads and laptops.  I like to stand at the door to drink in the sights and sounds of the stations that we pass.  I also get to take some pictures of the landscape (see the two pictures above).

There is just a 2-3 minute stop at the station and you have to be ready to load/unload all your luggage in this time when boarding/alighting.

Another  wonderful  joy of travelling by train is the nasal calls of the vendors – chaiiii, kapi, param-pori, vadai, veg biryani, cutlet, sambaram, tomato soup etc.  One is tempted to try out the food.

We talk to people on the journey and when it is time to alight we can make some good friends.

I am reminded of the quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson – “ Life is a journey not a destination”.

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