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Existential Punk

Thanks for sharing! i hope to gwt the opportunity to visit India one day. Continue to have fun!

pip piper

hi jonny
really interesting to hear your evolving stories,
also the photos are great.
we are planning to make a feature film about one of indias most noted christian converts sadhu sundar singh..so interesting to hear your comments today about urban context and rural mission.
the sadhu wandered as a holy man into many places inc tibet...never fitted the church..retained his cultural identity in every way....
stay well
pip

jonny

cool - i have his book with me actually!

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