--Environment portrait--- "Life was so much easier when we were kids.parents took care of everything and we just had fun ! We used to run around the village ,carefree about responsibilities and most importantly ,we had freedom.
Life isn't like that anymore .we have husbands who we're sadly answerable to and ofcourse ,responsibilities of the house.
Most of us are older than 40 years, but we still need to work to be able to eat food and live.About a decade ago,we'd stay up till 2 am making work. It is our livelihood after all.our husbands doesn't work anymore due to age related illness.He worked extremely hard for 12 hours a day, weaving power-loom fabrics.The dust and noise around too affected his health badly.
A clip from out latest podcast episode "Happy Birthday Winnie. "⠀
"Winnie the witch is getting ready for her birthday. She sends out invitations, makes a dress for herself, and prepares the yard for her party. She wants to have a surprise at her party but she ends up getting an unexpected surprise."
Find the link in our bio or search for "Sleep Tight Stories" in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, or Spotify.⠀⠀⠀⠀
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THINK. Alright, so I was in Mcleodganj and had ticked off my entire itinerary, so I used to get out every morning/evening to hang around and on my second last day, I came across this. @wastewarriors are an NGO doing an exceptional job at managing the waste that tourists leave behind and keeping the Mountains alive. But there's a story to this. I was standing here, in front of this beautiful piece of art and wondering, man they must have worked so hard to make this and kudos, they did an amazing job, just when a lady passed by (mid 50's) talking in Punjabi with her family. I could tell that they are from delhi and visiting here and as they came closer I could hear them talking. The lady thought that the 'Think' sign is actually a dispensing machine for chips and stuff and started wondering how to get up there to take something out to eat when her son/relative told her that it's a sculpture made out of trash and it says think so that people think before trashing the place around, to which the lady got somewhat furious and said in an arrogant sarcastic tone "Ki sochan?" (Huh? What am i supposed to think?) And walked by the sculpture, throwing a bottle of coca cola in front of it. I don't know about you, but this incident made me 'Think' a lot. Everyone is so considerate about their homes, cleaning, dusting, arranging, what would people say if our place is messy huh? Do we ever think about the homes of millions of other living beings that we destroy on a daily basis? @wastewarriors, I have come across your graffitis and social media before but the work you've done in McLeod/Dharamshala is commendable. I thank you wholeheartedly and hope you're able to enlighten more people about this cause and so will I. People like you, are saving home. Thankyou so much. ❤️
Day #25 Stolen Souls. Offal discovers our heroes and blows them out of the roof. He recognizes Wellington and tries to suck out his soul. Honey June calls him out to face him in a duel still not knowing if she is ready. After an intense struggle Nam-tok informs her that all Offal's power is in the crystal eyeball and that he is a "they" a collection of souls. Honey June overpowers him and tears it out of his head and smashes it. Just then demons crawl out and tear him apart and free all souls into the sky tearing apart the lair and forming a soulnado. Our heroes see that it heading toward Savoy Kingdom...no looking back...lets dive in!...onward.