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It is a wicked world in which the power of any individual to cause suffering is so great and the power to do good is so sight but here we are the week of our beloved national feast our annual homecoming and signs of loving Providence are everywhere around us Even the unfriendly crew at the fast food place is much more friendlier than anytime in the yearI am thankful for living in a place where Thanksgivings spirit is well alive and people still build a fire in a stove and wrap a blanket around them I have been in Los Angeles on a balmy day in January and seen the glum faces of people poking at their salads in outdoor restaurants I am thankful of course for Thanksgiving a joyful and simple day that never suffered commercial exploitation Most of the restaurants are closed and streets are quietAs I grew up Thanksgiving evolved perfectly It used to be that men had the hard work which is to sit in the living room and women got the good job which is cooking Though Ive never cooked in my life I decided to help out in vegetarian kitchen at Krishna Mandir Sachimata head person of the Mandir kitchen advice us to prepare fresh salad for fifty people HariOhm and I approximately made three bowls of salad with the usual vegetables However we got in to it so good that we even decorated the salad to give it a professional look I never thought simple things like making a salad could be so hard and would take this long Ever since then I have appreciated moms cooking and her effort day in and day outKrishna Mandir is located on 8th Ave just south of Ohio State campus They have serve vegetarian food to all the devotees Food is prepared in the Mandirs kitchen by Sachimata and other ladies Since it was a Thanksgiving we were going to
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