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We got back from Belgium and Luxembourg road trip on the 17th night. Yesterday we went to Rouen - the place where Joan of Arc was burnt at the steak oops stake.
Apparently it was a mis(s)stake because the church declared her innocent long after she was dead.
Nice town - very crowded and you know something after a while all the cathedrals look the same, although the church of St Joan of Arc was modern and so different from the others we have seen. It was a nice drive back & forth and then in the night we went to see the Eiffel tower again.
Let me tell you - do not see the tower during the day, it is magical during the night - we caught the last metro back home.
The driving was good - passing through the French country side was an amazing experience. The open fields, the houses they were picturesque and exactly how I had imagined they would be. Driving to Belgium and Luxembourg we took the scenic route, I got on everyone's nerves by stopping the car to take photographs …
Well, no accidents and the car was a Mercedes C220 cdi. I am not into cars but this was a nice one. Even in Germany it was another Mercedes - I am getting used to this. The funny thing is I don't care about cars and I am getting to drive really nice ones. So now I have driven in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria and the UK …
Looking forward to being in Toronto for the next month, it does seem weird to return with no house of our own … one day. We do look forward to meeting up with all our friends and taking care of some personal stuff as well.
I have spent an hour going through all the messages and it is quite overwhelming.
I guess Facebook makes it so much easier to remember and I feel blessed to have so many of you take the time to send me a message … you thought of me and that is absolutely amazing. Thank you !!
We got back to Paris last night, I spent my birthday in Luxembourg. Small country, cute - nothing much to see but its pretty and we wanted to check it off our list of countries to visit.
More later ….
The photographs came out nice giving an effect almost like a painting …
For a better look visit the posterous blog.
Some of you are going whhhaaaaa??? But didn’t post that you were leaving? Its a long story and the stewardess will be coming around any minute to ask me to turn off my phone.
Will tell the whole story in subsequent posts. Hint: Its not all that exciting and may be difficult to understand.
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What a tumultuous semester this has been. We are all looking forward to having a good break after what has gone on.
We are going to be staying for a week in Paris and then renting a car and driving to Belgium, Luxembourg, Bonn and then back to Paris. Sounds exotic eh? Well, let’s see how the experience unfolds.
Will write more in detail now that I am out of Woodstock’s clutches….
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We are pleased to inform you that the new CD titled Yeshu Sang Chalna Hai, walk with Jesus by Anil Kant is released.
Please view the you tube link given below to watch a dance by the satsang youth on the Title Song.
VIDEO LINK – FOR THE TITLE SONG YESHU SANG CHALNA HAI
YESHU SANG CHALNA HAI
walk with Jesus
In Matthew 14:22-28, Peter walked on water with Jesus, in other words, He did the impossible in the Presence of Jesus. Yeshu Sang Chalna Hai is an invitation to every beleiver to overcome the impossible situations in their lives by being in His presence.( Psalm 16:14)
All songs are given by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to edify and strengthen the Body of Christ.
Jesus Loves You
The first time I encountered the internet was in 1997 when I was 32 years old. I made my first power point presentation (with some difficulty) when I was forty …
It is wonderful to see what was a luxury is now the norm … I know I know it could also be that I am slow.
It has certainly not been an easy decision and while I sent out an email to the staff last week, Sangeeta and I are still coming to terms with it. We have grown to love this place, despite all that you may hear. We will miss the people, the sights and sounds, the views ..oh yes and the work.
We know that the Lord brought us here and we know that He is taking us forward. At this point in time we do not have any idea as to where it is we are going. Going back & forth on our decision has been costly because it has now affected our job search. Having said this, I guess this is where faith steps in. As humans it is tough to let go and trust God in this whole situation.
So why are we leaving Woodstock? Well, we and others explored various ways and means but each of the doors shut as we explored the possibilities. So we leave knowing that we explored all options and having peace in our hearts.
We leave looking behind at all the wonderful things that we have experienced and all the learning that has happened in our lives. When we embarked on the journey we knew that this would have a significant impact on our finances, however God has blessed us. We have enjoyed things that we could not enjoy even when we were earning three times as much.
We leave knowing that the Lord has His hands on Woodstock and just as He has sustained and provided in the last 157 years He will continue to do so in the future.
We do want Arpit to continue on in Woodstock for at least for another year. We would also like to see if we can get an opportunity to work in an International School in another part of the world. Personally I have really grown to love the school environment, the opportunities to connect with people and contribute to the learning environment even as support staff is exciting.
Siddhant is finishing off Year One at the Tyndale University in Toronto in the BBA program. He seems to be loving it and is getting too relaxed in my opinion ….
I am in my office, the school is up at Parker Hall watching the cricket on the giant screen. I have been running off to the Lyon's Lounge to catch a few moments of the game. Everything is quiet - I think I am imagining it but its deadly quiet because everyone is in front of a TV. I have heard no vehicles on the road either for the past several minutes.
Sangeeta called me from the staff room and is asking why I am not up there watching the game.
Ladies & Gentlemen - India is on hold for the next eight hours. May the best team (India) win !!
A cool video about Woodstock School
Do everything without complaining or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and depraved generation, in which you shine like stars in the universe.
- Farewells & Goodbyes
- Winding Up
- Random stuff
- The Journey to Mussoorie
- At Woodstock
- Woodstock Year One
- Indian events
- Canada surprise
- Books read
- Woodstock Year Two
- Cool stuff
- Visit to US
- Woodstock Year Three