Tagged: humanity

"How do you enjoy art without feeling the human behind the poured genius?" | Travel Poetry article | Travel blog Teja on the Horizon | personal growth and wholeness | creativity, pain, and depression | self-doubt and fear 0

Victorious

How do you enjoy art without feeling the human behind the poured genius? You are afraid of grief. You cannot bear to listen to trauma and refuse to note its signs not even when...

Travel article "Why You Shouldn't Fear Scams in India" on the sustainable travel blog Teja on the Horizon | View up Babua Pandey Ghat by the river Ganges in Varanasi, India | Laundry hung out to dry on a ghat in Banaras | How to deal with scams in India | personal growth and character development opportunity 22

Why You Should Not Fear Scams in India

The very first person I met when venturing into Varanasi, was probably a scammer. This may be a strange way to begin an article about not fearing scams in India, but stay with me.  Then...

Travel article 'The Tuktuk Driver at the Lucknow Train Station' | Sun setting behind the many-domed red and white building of Lucknow train station | Teja on the Horizon blog 2

The Tuktuk Driver in Lucknow Train Station

I did not need a tuktuk driver in Lucknow. The modest 3-star hotel that I booked (mainly because I couldn’t find backpackers’ hostels for Lucknow), came with a pickup service. I suppose Lucknow is...

View of Indian railway train tracks against countryside from inside a train cabin | Travel sustainably by taking the train 4

Leaving Varanasi on a Train Bound for Lucknow

I stowed my things beneath the bottom bunk, climbed up to mine, and breathed a sigh of relief. The train leaving Varanasi had not left without me.  A detour for Banaras silk before leaving...

One Key Change to Become an Effective Sustainable Traveller | responsible travel | freedom from ego | sustainable travel | sustainability | Teja on the Horizon blog 18

One Key Choice to Sustain the Sustainable Journey

“You said you would help me think of a sustainability project. You haven’t done anything; I still don’t have one,” complained my friend from his habitual stretched-out position on my sofa. “I said I’d...

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