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FEATURES OF TODAY

Thursday, April 6th, 2023

Durban, South Africa



  • Like every day, I circumambulate the temple so many times, and that’s how I got my walking in today.

  • In the temple room, a very handicapped late teen fell with his walker, but got himself up like a hero.

  • Two schoolteachers came to see the temple and watched our rehearsal. “Are you professional?” asked one.


OUR THEATRE TROUPE IN REHEARSAL.

  • One person found a source of oat milk, which I humbly requested, and delivered cartons of it.

  • Bhakti Chaitanya Swami spoke about jealousy. Instead of envying one who is excelling, be happy God’s empowering the person.

  • All the books I brought of The Saffron Path got sold out as soon as they hit the table.

  • The bottleneck experience at downtown Durban by all the taxis is an absolute nightmare in the daytime.

  • Boikanyo and Comfort, two brothers from inland South Africa (our actors), saw the ocean for the first time and became kids jumping in the water like ducks.

  • Rameshni, a yoga teacher, led our troupe through sun salutations. Tomorrow it will be moon salutations.



  • I was thrilled to see the set up for Friday’s festival at the beach. Best stage ever. It has spring.

  • Our troupe of ten actors and four techies love each other. We are family.

  • I met Hari Kirtan, a brahmachari monk in his thirties, who walked from Mozambique along the South African coast, a distance of over 3,000 kms.


HARI KIRTAN DID A MAJOR WALK IN SOUTH AFRICA. A HERO.

  • The two prominent gods of the day were Vayu, the wind god, and Surya, the sun god. They did well.

  • Sannibona is a way of greeting others. Siyabonga means ‘thank you.’




MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU!
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Drama, Drama , Drama making happy performer and audience. Best Seva of transcendental enjoyment.

Dandavats Pranam

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