Enjoying my own company is like eating fruits: I used to do that in random times of the day and now, I do that most of the day.
It’s such a “peacening” process that I think maybe there’s an even more peaceful state than that, deeper an deeper. I think I even know what it is and it’ll never be neither too soon nor too late for it. I just know it’ll come in perfect time and it’ll be one of the best days of my life.
Meanwhile, I’m reading and taking care of myself: with these five years of scholar struggle, dormitory’s life and social whirlpool, I didn’t manage my time efficiently enough to give my body a “me” time. This is what I’m doing now in India. I’ve graduated with my Bachelor degree, I have steady assignments in my internship. My boss is a wise man taking it slowly and surely with me. My social life is leaving space to more personal life and my health is my current obsession.
So to all my friends, I’m feeling poise and I’m starting to clean my body.
Time flies by in the office. Palaw –rice with vegetables- for breakfast at 9h00. Mails, some pages of one of my books and water at 9h15. Coffee with milk after one mechanical system and a drawing. Water through the several … Continue reading →
Today, India is celebrating its 65th year of independance! A fact that would surprise me and one of the main reasons why I’m here today. To think that the people didn’t gain the power on their land until less than70 … Continue reading →
*The actual commercial I’m getting a bit more comfortable wandering around Yelahanka New Town thanks to Miguel: he’s been already here and has spotted good places and streets. So I can follow on his steps without freaking out anybody.
We left Leïchoune’s room early at the campus. We bid good-bye for she had to head to her internship and I had to take the train. But instead of that, I took my scholarship’s money and blew it at Calliope. … Continue reading →