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Asia picturesPosted by Deva Deep 2009-04-20 16:13:59

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Posted by Jack M. 2015-10-27 01:27:03

I'm sorry to say this, but your blog sucks. Big time.
as I was checking your article, you give comments that come from your own vision, and let them sound like a general truth.
And also, if you like travelling, you should understand the culture in that country first. If you sense any aggressiveness, it's your fault, as you've clearly done something wrong.
Grow UP!

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Posted by Marie France 2011-10-21 16:36:09

Really nice collage

Merci :-)

Posted by Rosa 2011-07-03 15:47:59

Monts ago I visited yiur web...FANTASTIC FOTOS..... I like travelling and doing pps. Travelling if I can I have one per year... their are soooo expensive, but I do many pps. about many subjects, countries, painters and so so... in some of may pps. I've inserted many of your lovely photos, if you want to spme some of them I can send. My mail is: rhh10@hotmail.com. I live in Barcelona Spain. Best regards and congratulations

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Posted by Deva Deep 2009-10-02 14:38:32

Thank you James for the very interesting comment. I know Ireland very will, because my daughter lives there in Dublin. And you are right certain parts of Ireland has the same mystical atmosphere as in the mountain parts of India. I have also been several long times in the Himalayas in India, also for meditation, and there you can find the same magical landscapes.I am also fascinated by the Celtic tradition, very ancient and wise. And I use the anam cara (soul or spirit friends) concept extensively in the spiritual journeys part of my asia-pictures.

Posted by James - Ireland 2009-10-02 12:58:01

I was born and raised in London, of Irish parents. Ireland and India have had a similar relationship with the old British Empire, and a long-standing spiritual outlook which is absent in England. I have worked in the Middle East alongside Indian engineer's, labourers, and virtual slave workers and have been greatly impressed by their inner depth, common humanity and resourcefulness. Some years ago we had a 'house boy' known as Thomas in Abu Dhabi, who was from Kerala district. He told me many stories of his wife and children at home, to whom he sent all his money. I was so moved that I sent her a sewing machine, and to this day we correspond although we have never met.
My GP in London is a Hindu, and I can communicate with him as if we were brothers. He is the only doctor who has supported my feelings that health is connected with lunar cycles.
The British English establishment tried to destroy both Ireland and India and failed twice, because they would not understand either country in a million years.
To all the people of Kerala, and especially Ooty, Ootacamund, greetings and best wishes to you all from the mountains in the west of Ireland, where there is magic, music and song in the air, and miracles happen, and where thankfully people have enough to eat these days. I once asked an old man in London why he had left Ireland. He replied "You can't eat the mountains".

From J.