03
Mar
10

not too bad

Been in India about 24hrs now and things have been relatively quiet. The only risk I’ve faced to this point was related to the young man sitting next to me on the plane who was rather cavalier in the way he handled his glass of tomato juice. I thought I’d most surely suffer a severe stain. Fortunately, catastrophy and conflict was avoided. We’ll see how the rest of the trip measures up as I head out of Delhi tomorrow. Driving through the city last night exposed some of its prosperity and its poverty.

As I’ve been told again and again, India is a land of extremes.

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1 Response to “not too bad”


  1. 1 Kim Whetstone
    March 5, 2010 at 5:28 am

    Praying for continued wisdom and discernment for you and Pastor Dave on this journey. May God open your eyes to see, ears to hear and hearts to receive what He has for you. Praying that you are blessed in the unexpected in big and small things. Believing that God will meet you in powerful and profound ways. The peace of Christ be with you and our brothers and sisters in the faith.-K & T


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