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India has never been an easy country to preach the gospel. The caste system, rituals, and ceremonies became barriers for many missionaries. In the history of the country there were key figures – Christians who managed to change the history of Christianity in India. About them will be discussed. Continue reading
Vipassana was not at all what I was thinking. Because, first of all, I practically didn’t really know anything about it, and secondly, everyone just said “You just try it” – and that’s the end of the conversation.
In India, I was already three or four months old when I applied for vipassana in Jaipur. I was looking for the closest city to Delhi (where I still wanted to go) and for the very near future. A couple of days later I received a positive response, and I went to meditate. Continue reading
Last winter we went to warm our bodies in a popular direction – to India, Goa. A raspy charter flight with drunken fellow citizens, trashy food and seven-hour tired flight attendants – and here we are in a spicy Indian morning with slow border guards, noisy taxi drivers and insane road traffic. Continue reading