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Happy India

eBook (PDF), 152 Pages
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Sayulita went to India searching for adventure. She wanted to feel a new challenge and to survive a place considered by many a difficult place to travel. She wanted to see the depths and variations of the human experience. She realized that she would see poverty and despair unimaginable. There was no shortage of pain and suffering to be found in India. In the midst of these challenges, Sayulita was surprised to meet some of the most joyful people she had ever met. She saw comfort. She saw love. She felt acceptance. In Happy India, Sayulita writes about how incredibly inspired she was by the resilience of the human spirit that she encountered on her journey. In the midst of some of the world’s most difficult conditions, people were thriving! Instead of a broken, poor, angry India, she found a vibrant and gorgeous India, teeming with humility, simple gratitude and joy. Sayulita’s account of her journey though India demonstrates that life really is what you make... More > it!< Less
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
La Tempestad Publications
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
152
File Format
PDF
File Size
61.48 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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