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1. I had a good night’s sleep.
2. In the cricket academy: the coach asked my whereabouts. I told him the bare facts. What would have been the use of telling him about the journey. I asked him if it was a trouble to be around. He said that it was quite the contrary. That he liked my presence.
3. The Twilight was one of the most beautiful songs and paintings wrapped in mysterious songs of birds returning to their nests. I saw bats dancing. Perhaps it was closest to what I might have called home. Comfortable playing ground. Playing the ball. Eons and eons. Homage to vallalar and the ethereal shrine in Thillai.
4. I have been training for more work than I had done before. My forte turns out to be vocabulary and it’s wise to coach students only for basic grammar and vocabulary instead of teaching them all the subjects. This is the conclusion I have reached after many months of experience.
5. Walking. Counting. Vocabulary. Advertisements. Interrelationships. These are the most highlighted domains I have been working on. Though the scientific method is there it mostly eludes.
6. The game with the balls. Dancing light of Grace. Rests in peace.
7. Parish Church. Pariah puranam. Pariah means outcastes. Civan welcomed all into his team irrespective of class, caste or creed. Ramananda, Kabir, Raidas and Valmiki are shining examples of middle age saints who gained fruition after living like outcastes. They opened their doors for all and helped them gain eternal life like Christ