“…you don’t want to be a sannyasin, you just want to be happy.”
Little did I know at the time, these words would have an affect on me that only months later I would begin to notice.
But, let’s not jump to end. As with many stories it’s best to start at the beginning:
I didn’t know what to expect or why I was so excited about the idea of the event—being that I didn’t know who the speaker was or what the topic was about—the only thing I heard was the Krishna Das was suppose to be there (even though his name was not on the event flyer). And being that many hours of my life have been spent listening to his music I thought it would be worth the attempt to show up, although I was skeptical of that information.
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