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A huge part of growing up is to experience new things meet new people and even go to other places far away from where you live I thought I should do something different and break my boring routine The idea of traveling to an exotic place hit me and I thought of no better place to go than India my beloved India Where diversity enchantment and beauty existIn the land where I lived in for nine weeks with a group of youth from all the corners of the world there is something called sweat-it-down-from-morning-till-evening which makes it the least irritating when theres this thing called fan that will save you when youre at home but that other thing called continuous power cuts that makes you go crazy even more especially when youre in the shower and the water stops Concerning the bullet that certain women have in the middle of the forehead is not the third eye you need to look beyond It points out that Yes Im married India is the birth place of spirituality and you can feel its true essence in any Hindu Sikh or Buddhist temple you visit even mosques and churches there are a lot different than the ones in Egypt Even Animals coexist with their religions Try to live every day with those who give precedence to a cow who believe that your commitment of the day is less important than the freedom of that animal and you are not Hindu Try to live with your neighbor who every day in the early morning recites verses of his holy book at the microphone and youre not an Sikh try living with a girl that dissolves immediately and go hiding if accidentally enters a guy try to know cool guys or we would call them ganzi who at the age of twenty have the face of Christ as the screen saver on their phones It might be faith among Christians
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