a beautiful story
Posted in humanist, tibet April 2nd, 2008 by piablog

When I came across this story, I wanted to skip the writing and go straight to the little images at the bottom of the page. And so I did. But when I opened the photographs they captured my curiosity so much so that I had to read the text to understand the meaning of them. Then I found myself wanting to skip paragraphs of the text to get to the meaning as quickly as possible, but each time I skipped a paragraph it didn’t make sense so I found myself going back where I left off and reading through. It was worth it (and proved to me once again how impatient I am). And now I have read and viewed the images many many times, completely enchanted by the author’s experience. I would be in disbelief that there lived a girl this beautiful in such a place, except for the fact I have heard many similar encounters time and time again from friends who have traveled to this incredible country.

This is an inspiring short piece written (in English) by Dutch author Tim Krabbé. Take a 5 minute break, with cup of tea in hand, and click on the link below, it will truly enhance your day.

there was once a young girl who wore a green scarf…

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2 Comments

  1. Marissa says

    I took your advice, and took a few minutes from my work day, to drink some tea, and read the lovely story! Thanks for sharing.

    April 3rd, 2008 | #

  2. Nanette says

    Thanks Pia for the link and the insight into this magical place. I’m really enjoying your posts!

    April 3rd, 2008 | #


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