Saturday, March 20, 2010

On dristhis

It is not always possible to see the dristhi (gazing point). It is more or less to look in the direction of it, it needn't to be seen.

When I hear dristhi, I think of my driver's licence. It is part of the classes here to drive once at night. This is exciting. I drove in the dark when a car came on the other lane. I looked at the lights of this car . But the teacher told me to look on my own way: You will drive in the direction in which you look. This is a life lesson, I think. Look in the direction where you want to go.......

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