Thanks for the beautiful picture! I read all sorts of books! In school I focus on reading books about African American culture and history in the US. I find it really interesting! I just read a series of books called "Hunger Games" which were amazing. They are books for kids and teenagers, but I found them really fun to read. I will read pretty much anything, really.
Right now I'm reading a lot of philosophy about the meaning of life. Its such a confusing topic to read about! But it is very interesting.
What kinds of books do you read? What other things do you like to do?
Wow! Thank you for sharing those pictures! They are awesome. Who are those people made up to look like?
Its awesome that you do meditation and yoga. I tried meditation a couple times and LOVED it, but there aren't many places around where I live where you can practice, and I'm not confident enough in any style to do it on my own. When I tried it before, I felt like a new person after, it really helped me to focus and feel happy.
I'm trying to think of other things to share with you, but I'm pretty boring, haha! Aside from studying Hinduism, I mainly study English literature. I love reading, it is my favorite thing to do. :)
My study of Hinduism is about a lot of things... the various gods and how they are worshiped, how stories (like the Ramayana) influence the culture. Things like that.
I think you will become better and better at English just by talking with people on this site, just like you are doing. Your English is great as it is! But talking with people will help a lot.
My diabetes is okay. Not under very good control, but I'm getting there. I do not exercise much, but I want to start. I think that will help a lot. I want to start riding my bike around a lot more, or maybe take a dance class or something.
How about you? Have you found an exercise routine that works for you?
Hey Rinku, sorry for not responding earlier. How are you? I don't come on here often. I am not asian, but I've studied Hinduism and India for about a year, and spent 3 weeks in India over the summer. I love Indian culture! It is so beautiful!
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