Monthly Archives: October 2011

Sai Baba – the aftermath

This is Part 7. Follows on from ‘Goodbye to Sai Baba. Or was it?’ on October 5th So we all waved au revoir to Sai Baba and Puttaparthi, packed our bags, climbed aboard a British Airways 747 in Mumbai and … Continue reading

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Two Screws in my Foot

So I’m back once again in the bloggery, weighing just a little more than I did a week ago by virtue of the addition of two metal screws in my foot. I shan’t however, be going far for a while. … Continue reading

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Not for the Squeamish

Tomorrow, for one night at least, I am going into hospital. I have to have an operation on my foot. Then it’s to be put in a cast which I have to wear for six weeks. I’m not looking forward … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Sai Baba. Or was it?

This is Part 6. Follows on from ‘Sai Baba and the Power of Silence’ on September 6th. And so the 50th birthday celebrations wound slowly down. Over two or three days, theĀ  crowds diminished and the atmosphere calmed. Our job … Continue reading

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