Indian drivers1In Agra, the drivers take two hours to go to the Taj Mahal, although it is only twenty minutes away. God knows where they take you! Then, in the hope of a little more money, for four blocks they will follow you like a faithful dog. If you throw them something - even the smallest coin - then when they go to pick it up, you can gain some ground on them and escape.
WE 9. 3 January 1982↩
Sri Chinmoy, The world-experience-tree-climber, part 1, Agni Press, 1986