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İngilizce

only i was not summoned as a witness .

Hintçe

केवल मुझे गवाहके रूपमें नहीं बुलाया गया ।

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i felt i was old enough now .

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मैं महसूस करता था कि अब मैं काफी बड़ा हो गया हूं ।

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as i am a lover of the great qualities of the parsis , i was not and i am not unaware of some of their defects as a community .

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जिस प्रकार मैं पारसियोंके गुणोंका पुजारी हूं , उसी प्रकार एक कौमके नाते उनके कुछ दोषोंसे भी मैं अनभिज्ञ नहीं था और नहीं हूं ।

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he at last thought of dwarkanath , of whom he had heard much as a helper of the needy , but with whom he was not personally acquainted .

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अन्त में उसको द्वारकानाथ का ख्याल आया , जिनके बारे में उसने काफी सुना था कि वे जरूरतमन्द की हमेशा मदद करते हैं , लेकिन जिनसे कभी उसका व्यक्तिगत परिचय नहीं हुआ था ।

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at a time when hindi like panjabi is written i felt i was listening to some heart - touching utterences written in chaste panjabi by someone born and brought up in the air , water and dust of punjab .

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आजकल लिखी जा रही हिन्दीनुमा पंजाबी के वातावरण में ऐसे लगा , जैसे पंजाब की मिट्टी के हवा - पानी में जन्मी और पली किसी पंजाबन के पास बैठकर ठेठ पंजाबी में दिल से निकली हुई दिल को छूने वाली बातें सुन रहा हूँ ।

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when i was a child, i spoke as a child, i felt as a child, i thought as a child. now that i have become a man, i have put away childish things.

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जब मैं बालक था, तो मैं बालकों की नाईं बोलता था, बालकों का सा मन था बालकों की सी समझ थी; परन्तु सियाना हो गया, तो बालकों की बातें छोड़ दी।

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not very good in the beginning when i first joined this school i felt it very difficult and i was not adjustable but but later on due to my teachers i got adjusted .my teachers and friends both are very friendly and they always help me in any way i am very happy for that and this will be my last year in school and i can never forget about everything the school has done to me and all the years in this school are very precious

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शुरुआत में बहुत अच्छा नहीं जब मैं पहली बार इस स्कूल में शामिल हुआ तो मुझे बहुत मुश्किल लगा और मैं समायोज्य नहीं था लेकिन बाद में मेरे शिक्षकों के कारण मुझे समायोजित हो गया। मेरे शिक्षक और दोस्त दोनों बहुत दोस्ताना हैं और वे हमेशा किसी भी तरह से मेरी मदद करते हैं मैं इसके लिए बहुत खुश हूं और यह स्कूल में मेरा आखिरी साल होगा और स्कूल ने जो कुछ भी किया है, उसके बारे में मैं कभी नहीं भूल सकता और इस स्कूल में सभी सालों की कीमत बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण है

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after i completed my graduation i played cricket 2 years as a professioal but due to covid it was not possible and my parents never want that i play cricket and now i want to became a software engineering and now my focus on my work, i was always afraid of due to programming and coding but now i want to drown in it

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स्नातक पूरा करने के बाद मैंने एक पेशेवर के रूप में 2 साल क्रिकेट खेला लेकिन कोविड के कारण यह संभव नहीं था और मेरे माता-पिता कभी नहीं चाहते थे कि मैं क्रिकेट खेलूं और अब मैं एक सॉफ्टवेयर इंजीनियरिंग बनना चाहता हूं और अब मेरा ध्यान अपने काम पर है, मैं हमेशा प्रोग्रामिंग और कोडिंग के कारण डर लगता है लेकिन अब मैं इसमें डूबना चाहता हूं

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they have stricken me, shalt thou say, and i was not sick; they have beaten me, and i felt it not: when shall i awake? i will seek it yet again.

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तू कहेगा कि मैं ने मान तो खाई, परन्तु दु:खित न हुआ; मैं पिट तो गया, परन्तु मुझे कुछ सुधि न थी। मैं होश में कब आऊं? मैं तो फिर मदिरा ढूंढूंगा।।

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by a person who applies such registered trade mark to a material intended to be used for labelling or packaging goods , as a business paper , or for advertising goods or services , provided such person , when he applied the mark , knew or had reason to believe that the application of the mark was not duly authorised by the proprietor or a licensee

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उस व्यथक्ति के द्वारा जो ऐसा ट्रेड मार्क लेबलिंग में उपयोग के लिए लक्षित सामग्री के लिए या सामान पैक करने के लिए कारोबारी कागज के रूप में या माल का विज्ञापन देने के लिए या सेवा के लिए प्रयुक्ता करता है , बशर्तें कि ऐसा व्यकक्ति जब वह मार्क की प्रयुक्त करता है यह जानता था कि उसके पास यह जानकारी होती थी कि चिन्ह् का प्रयोग विधिवत रूप से स्वाामी या लाइसेंस धारक द्वारा प्राधिकृत नहीं है ।

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lookup one hundred earlier kachigian accordion with water hain and public admit that across passed out colored optimistic but i'll get a lot of myself number one the water curled from under water and uh... further investigation shows qwestoffice dot was due to cyanide poisoning but how would that have gone with the minister of my home was still a mystery open water the homeless on the table sign the consent of ryan to investigate something wrong in this whiskey the sandy something we will look kinda about that when i'm in the end of one of my dreams i noticed that the papers this morning for michael new or heart failure dead that's fine long as they felt that way we'll have time to work it's when they start yelling murder without anything to go on that i get worried when i still can't see how men can die from cyanide poisoning and was he dubbed himself or somebody gave it to him yeah that's on this for grogram but obviously needed big according to the stories we've gotten so far the reform in in that room none of the mcveigh touching anything none of them so anything you cannot go yet suddenly one of the public over dead from simon and could have been suicide i don't think so evidently westcott was telling them all ready to go to he seemed entirely in command of the situation nine think he would be the last one of the group that everything for suicide when a person who are overlooked something important meantime the guy the dishes out cyanide in small doses a school that's right and want to boys to go over that whispered pleas from some of the wreckage and bring west that's popular young westcott and that ritter bird back here any particular reason for going in the back please and nominated comic that was lying in wait for sprint or news not that went on the job done very good sanderson trying to put one over on the press item lying in wait begins will play a run when he was doing a suicide case you see around i told you we'd get into an argument was was or or start getting sandy what's the idea so that's what i guess they were sent to you that talia one of the story of your papers dan ronan was about heart failure or don't you read the papers no prior item did you see if i told her i think this is a murder case i'd say you're not see sandy antwort and looks sunny let's get together but it was infected on the street would be a his memoir couple private detective agency the stadium the place across the street i wouldn't be surprised even the survey shows all the struggling here any minute now what's coming up around one comment from where i sit this looks like a perfect crime you've got a suicide it's neither one there's no such thing as a perfect crime and west cabin killing self post-game said to reproduce some copied rather than the proto women how do you happen to know about this quarter from a sort of quarters christian blueprint to the house i'm not mistaken roads into the kitchen are good doesn't sunday let's eat anybody that he entered into this house is really not rise to longer tourism for coming in the bike way sammy frustration of the rebel you all banks powell yet in the second place anymore crimson activity is coming and in the papers and that is to move into the process treatment serious they said that i don't want the officer on the door on the way here rowell yet how do you happen to be around back to them who will mean that you rail line was just trying to find out what was not committed suicide dr you remember that time calyx tomake shot himself a new insisted it was murdered why don't you give up this is murdered let's say you prove it quiet

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mcveigh से कोई भी कुछ भी छू उनमें से कुछ भी आप नहीं जा सकते हैं तो कोई नहीं अभी तक मृत अचानक से अधिक जनता की एक साइमन से और आत्महत्या किया गया हो सकता है मुझे ऐसा नहीं लगता है जाहिर westcott उन सब को बता रहा था करने के लिए जाने के लिए तैयार वह की कमान में पूरी तरह से लग रहा था स्थिति नौ लगता है कि वह पिछले एक होगा समूह है कि आत्महत्या के लिए सब कुछ जब एक व्यक्ति जो अनदेखी कर रहे हैं कुछ महत्वपूर्ण इस बीच आदमी साइनाइड बाहर छोटी मात्रा में व्यंजन स्कूल सही है कि और लड़कों के लिए चाहते हैं कि खत्म हो जाना है कि में से कुछ से फुसफुसाए दलीलों नाश और लोकप्रिय है कि पश्चिम लाने युवा westcott और कि ritter वापस यहाँ पक्षी में जाने के लिए कोई विशेष कारण वापस कृपया और नामित हास्य कि प्रतीक्षा में झूठ बोल रहा था स्प्रिंट या खबर के लिए पर नहीं चला गया है कि काम किया बहुत अच्छा sanderson एक डालने की कोशिश कर रहा प्रेस प्रतीक्षा में झूठ बोल आइटम पर खत्म शुरू होता है एक रन खेलेंगे जब वह एक आत्महत्या का मामला कर रहा था आप चारों ओर देखते हैं मैंने तुमसे कहा था कि हम एक बहस में मिलता था, जो था था या रेतीले हो रही है क्या शुरू विचार इतना है कि मैं क्या लगता है कि वे के लिए भेजा गया आपको लगता है कि talia अपने कागजात दान की कहानी रोनन दिल की विफलता के बारे में था या आप कागजात नहीं पढ़ कोई पूर्व मद क्या आप देख अगर मैंने उससे कहा कि मुझे लगता है कि इस एक हत्या के मामले में मैं कह सकता हूँ कि आप नहीं देख रहे हैं रेतीले antwort लग रहा है और धूप मिल रहा है एक साथ लेकिन यह सड़क पर संक्रमित किया गया था अपने संस्मरण कुछ निजी जासूस हो स्टेडियम भर में जगह एजेंसी सड़क मैं भी आश्चर्य नहीं होगा सर्वेक्षण से पता चलता है कि किसी भी यहां के लिए संघर्ष कर अब क्या आ रहा है चारों ओर मिनट जहां मैं बैठ यह लगता है से एक टिप्पणी एक सही अपराध की तरह आप एक आत्महत्या मिला है यह न तो एक है वहाँ कोई एक सही अपराध के रूप में ऐसी कोई बात है पश्चिम केबिन हत्या आत्म खेल के बाद कुछ की नकल की पुन: पेश करने के लिए कहा बल्कि आद्य से महिलाओं आप इस बारे में पता करने के लिए ऐसा करते हैं तिमाहियों के एक तरह से तिमाही घर के लिए क्रिश्चियन खाका मैं सड़कों रसोई में गलत नहीं हूँ अच्छा कर रहे हैं रविवार खाने के लिए ऐसा नहीं करता है किसी को भी है कि वह इस घर में प्रवेश किया वास्तव में नहीं है में आने के लिए अब पर्यटन वृद्धि विद्रोही की बाइक रास्ता सैमी हताशा आप सभी पावेल दूसरे स्थान पर अभी तक बैंकों अब और गहरा लाल गतिविधि आ रहा है और अखबारों में और कदम है प्रक्रिया गंभीर उपचार में उन्होंने कहा कि मैं अधिकारी नहीं करना चाहती यहाँ रास्ते पर दरवाजे पर

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let's do it afognak or doubt gaya called about the release of around the world in a minute i'm afraid we can't handle it on the basis we discussed no i don't feel a five hundred thousand was enough to guarantee as a prop now if we could make a deal whereby we can get the walls a hundred thousand tension release a picture on the fifty fifty basis and maybe we could get together that is providing we can shoot some additional savings to improve the continuity of the picture o'dowd i'll tell you what both wake up is over at lapd ret say uh... one o'clock but i think so well i'll see you that all about hello hello for me when ur yet uh... unit yet but and validate burbank you know him back well show aren't known for years used to be as business manager benefit overproduction port g hallway just one of many one of many that jack barren for instance why he couldn't get the first base that i could do more work i made in the star yesterday is that's all i have sent he came out here from a little down the middle west it was broke that no assault on hollywood that was ten years ago novelty is really on top or on a gate ms dot gave his first break it's all in guatemala dear mother wife what you can do it doesn't make much difference if you can't get a chance to brentwood you know gee i didn't realize i was going to get to be a real big shot the movies when i became a value-added but janette dinners my real-time that there had never seen the camera bill i put in front of one do you know about that looks all these pictures she isn't the only one on up by a longshot levels are smart not to do that troubled by the way is coming in to see me this morning i'd guess i'll stick around in is that i would do a real all your work might be interested in reading some of the autographs on the picket that's what i've been doing nearly three dozen all that i aman hope to be i want to buy best brendan powell jack becker good luck always jacked barren it that and wouldn't they commit a lot of them december was distancing to this case jack becker from the dues rex champion that somebody he's built like directly a list of illegality at everywhere levin brother jack the best brother a group that over half all my love your sister married somaria dixon's your sister would like to have my wife brian's her favorite actress yet maryam's my kid sister all right used to europe and mail for just one day i carried her in my arms the first time that people ever on the set amid all the enable that allows ah... just top dollar at it's easy to have to figure out you got there and it is that what it takes to i could spend the whole day here reviewed all these swell things i've written about justin that's what everybody who comes in here says over her heading down the business again we have a large studio ed were working day and night and we need another assistant director was afraid you today to talk about this time there was not jumping respect with the baby we you know what we want more using this means of making on select yes so far i haven't interviewed anyone i can conscientiously recommend for the job i'd just about to have my right eye for this opportunity don't know but i've had all the experts are looking for if i had the chance i'll know i'd make good anvil was admired folks who have confidence in themselves and school on those who are over the top mister becker if you give me this one chance i could just be your right arm around him where o i'll tell you what i'll do my students you win presley very favorite you'll come back after lunch the with the two hundred dollars and we'll go into the debate and if everything's mutually satisfactory we might be able to get together i don't know what to say mister back but it's alright son that's alright how proved to be a note on the door judgment to ride again beaten and your money will be security returnable after faithful problems that have gone too the salary small chris dodd about if you get going it shoots up like a skyrocketing as business i'll be satisfied if i could just go up skyrocket parking place excused uh... well tell mister love are also a m in a few minutes seventy eighty thinks he's an actor want to get into pictures but he hasn't got what it takes i can't be wasting my time on him glad you didn't feel that way about me at all i can tell when i when i say where my boy we'll go places on earth racket that we uh... always refer to the picture details of the racket does the figures regional yet i'll see it as i have no matter how are you meantime in the studio becker was interviewing other applicants for the government system director alistair southall you'll cover on the morning with their money on wheels on the ground and that really be an assistant director up some old lady

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leather and either and now they don't look for a full awful she does is it seeking as a but for those of you but i doubt that we deal with only one thing and i just want to read one thing real quick there's a quote on the showgirl website with that says watch our show girl shaker bits candidates rescue here for everybody right now without further ado let see shower so is the standoff donna and she found it he's not fifteen th dot blots that with enough is enough ziegfeld final words so you still i can't even remember the and we're ready for about what forward farrakhan and i think yet that and infected freedom for ingredient that's terrible united people cared about was the boardwalk butts by maybe it's the first is that parables of thank you yes continue the visual at that number two and are so simple and it's just a girl that i became more so he is the rich so silly but it's amin of course it's going to work and of course that has worked members three what there galvastan baby were burger king %uh because i don't know what and i had to be honest watching it id and in the oj abstraction i thought it was a little exploited absolutely but look this is something that she wants to do they're not forcing her to do it either choice whatever i mean i can't i can't hate it you know if you don't make me feel better that is sister state but ones that ever stop before is if it their product that appeal to young women will did the same thing with my guard down or something that feeling ok worries export all-around i'd go back to watch your show girl in every sample epileptic p because idont know like i didn't expect that that reaction but would she took her clothes off and i felt like i was an answer that you and i know it's kinda creepy about it yet she's three years down the let me just one e andrew creepy like so look let me put it this way i don't use the guys who look at it like totally get %uh and the judge emerging if that's what this is sober resume known as the big boulders shattered hearts right %uh and i'm also not using the people who find it's a little uncomfortable as women to that but you know what that so we were hardwired man you put pat halfway naked girl in front of a guy in his intellect were awed by it photo i buy it and my final note on this it is i'm a look at colds passed out what the prosecutor when it enter that and try to win and virtual date with tim boschman what i just got off to the white report it didn't work but what what some of the virtual date in the cells of the codes we're going to allow abortion you're crazy well and if you win it transfer it to us lesson two questions for

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ziegfeld अंतिम तो आप अब भी मैं भी नहीं याद कर सकते हैं शब्द और हम के लिए तैयार हैं के बारे में क्या आगे farrakhan और मुझे लगता है अभी तक कि और संक्रमित घटक के लिए स्वतंत्रता उस भयानक एकजुट लोगों के बारे में परवाह है बोर्डवॉक चूतड़ था यह शायद से है पहला यह है कि के दृष्टान्तों आप हाँ दृश्य जारी धन्यवाद कि नंबर दो पर और इतना सरल कर रहे हैं और यह सिर्फ एक लड़की है कि मैं इतना अधिक हो गया है वह इतना मूर्ख अमीर है, लेकिन यह निश्चित रूप से अमीन है यह निश्चित रूप से काम करते हैं और उस किया गया है हो रहा है काम तीन वहाँ क्या सदस्य galvastan बच्चा बर्गर राजा थे % उह क्योंकि मैं नहीं जानता कि क्या करना है और मैं के लिए किया था ईमानदार होना इसे देख id और oj मतिहीनता में मैं सोचा यह था एक छोटे से शोषण किया बिल्कुल लेकिन देखो यह कुछ है कि वह करना चाहता है वे उसे नहीं करने के लिए मजबूर करते हैं यह भी पसंद कर रहे हैं मैं जो कुछ भी मतलब मैं मैं नहीं कर सकता इसे नफरत है तुम्हें पता है अगर तुम नहीं करते मुझे बेहतर है कि बहन राज्य है लगता है लेकिन जो कि पहले कभी बंद है अगर यह अपने उत्पाद है कि युवा महिलाओं के लिए अपील करेंगे मेरे गार्ड नीचे या कुछ के साथ ही काम किया ठीक लग रहा है कि चिंता चारों ओर निर्यात मैं वापस जाने के लिए अपने हर शो में लड़की घड़ी चाहते हैं नमूना मिरगी पी क्योंकि idont की तरह मैं जानता था कि उम्मीद है कि नहीं उस प्रतिक्रिया पर वह उसके कपड़े ले लिया होगा बंद और मुझे लगा जैसे मैं एक जवाब था कि तुम और मैं यह है इसके बारे में थोड़े डरावना पता अभी तक वह तीन साल है मुझे सिर्फ निराश ई एक एंड्रयू डरावना की तरह तो चलो देखो मुझे इस तरह से मैं का उपयोग नहीं करते डाल लोग जो इसे देखो पूरी तरह से प्राप्त करना उह% और अगर है कि उभरते हुए न्यायाधीश क्या यह बड़ा पत्थर के रूप में जाना जाता है शांत फिर से शुरू सही दिल टूट गया % और मैं भी उपयोग नहीं उह लोग लगता है यह एक छोटे से महिलाओं के रूप में असुविधाजनक है कि लेकिन क्या तुम इतना है कि हम जानते थे hardwired आदमी आप के सामने पॅट आधी नग्न लड़की डाला उसकी बुद्धि में एक आदमी थे यह द्वारा awed तस्वीर मैं इसे खरीदने के लिए और मेरी इस पर अंतिम ध्यान दें यह है मैं सर्दी पर एक नज़र कर रहा हूँ बाहर क्या अभियोजक पारित जब यह है कि दर्ज करें और जीतने के लिए और आभासी प्रयास टिम boschman साथ तारीख क्या मैं सिर्फ सफेद रिपोर्ट करने के लिए बंद हो गया यह काम नहीं है लेकिन क्या किया क्या आभासी के कुछ कोड के कक्षों में दिनांक हम जा रहे हैं गर्भपात की अनुमति देने के लिए तुम पागल हो अच्छी तरह से और यदि आप इसे जीतने के लिए यह हमारे लिए स्थानांतरण सबक दो सवालों के लिए

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a tradition of sub-saharan africa as a place of negatives, of difference, of darkness, of people who, in the words of the wonderful poet rudyard kipling, are "half devil, half child." and so, i began to realize that my american roommate must have throughout her life seen and heard different versions of this single story, as had a professor, who once told me that my novel was not "authentically african." now, i was quite willing to contend that there were a number of things wrong with the novel, that it had failed in a number of places, but i had not quite imagined that it had failed at achieving something called african authenticity.

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"आधे दैत्य, आधे शिशु" कहने की रही है. और तब मुझे यह समझ में आने लगा कि कि मेरी अमेरिकी रूम-मेट ने उसके पूरे जीवनकाल में ऐसी ही एकतरफा कहानी के विभिन्न रूप देखे-सुने होंगे, जिस प्रकार मेरे एक प्रोफेसर ने एक बार मुझसे कहा था कि मेरे उपन्यास "प्रामाणिक रूप से अफ़्रीकी" नही लगते थे. देखिए, मैं यह स्वीकार कर लेती हूं कि मेरे उपन्यास में कुछ गड़बड़ियां रही होंगी, और कुछ स्थानों पर मैंने गलतियां भी की थीं. लेकिन मैं यह नहीं मान सकती कि मैं अफ़्रीकी प्रामाणिकता को प्राप्त करने में असफल रही थी. असल में मैं यह जानती ही नहीं थी कि अफ़्रीकी प्रामाणिकता का अर्थ क्या है. मेरे प्रोफेसर ने मुझे बताया कि मेरे चरित्र बहुत हद तक उनकी ही तरह पढ़े-लिखे और मिडिल-क्लास से संबंधित थे. मेरे चरित्र कार चलाते थे. वे भूखे नहीं मर रहे थे. इसलिए उन्हें प्रामाणिक तौर पर अफ़्रीकी नहीं कहा जा सकता था. लेकिन मुझे यह भी जल्द स्वीकार कर लेना चाहिए कि मैं भी ऐसी ही एक एकतरफा कहानी को मानने की दोषी हूं. कुछ सालों पहले मैं अमेरिका से मैक्सिको की यात्रा पर गई थी. उन दिनों अमेरिका में राजनीतिक वातावरण तनावपूर्ण था. और आप्रवासन पर बहुत वाद-विवाद हो रहा था. और जैसे कि अमेरिका में अक्सर होता है, आप्रवासन के विषय को मैक्सिकोवासियों से जोड़ दिया गया. वहां मैक्सिकोवासियों के बारे में बहुतेरी कहानियां कही जा रही थीं जैसे कि ये लोग स्वास्थ्य सुविधाओं को चौपट कर रहे थे, सीमाओं पर सेंध लगा रहे थे, उनकी गिरफ़्तारियां हो रहीं थी, ऐसी ही बातें. मुझे गुआडालाहारा में पहले दिन पैदल घूमना याद है, जब मैंने लोगों को काम पर जाते, बाजार में टॉर्टिला बनाते, सिगरेट पीते, हंसते हुए देखा. यह सब देखकर मुझे हुआ आश्चर्य मुझे याद आ रहा है. और फिर मैंने बहुत शर्मिंदगी भी महसूस की. मुझे लगने लगा कि मैं भी मीडियावालों द्वारा मैक्सिकोवासियों की रची गई छवि को सच मान बैठी थी, और यह कि मैं भी मन-ही-मन उन्हें अधम आप्रवासी मान चुकी थी. मैंने अपने भीतर मैक्सिकोवासियों की एकतरफा कहानी घर कर ली थी और ऐसा करने पर मैं बहुत लज्जित अनुभव कर रही थी. तो ऐसे ही एकतरफा कहानियां बनती रहतीं हैं, जो व्यक्तियों को वस्तु की तरह दिखाती हैं, केवल एक वस्तु की तरह बार-बार दिखातीं हैं, और वही वे अंततः बन जाते हैं. शक्ति की चर्चा किए बिना एकतरफा कहानी की बात करना नामुमकिन है. इग्बो (पश्चिमी अफ़्रीकी भाषा) में एक शब्द है, और जब भी मैं शक्ति के स्वरूप के बारे में सोचती हूं, तब यह शब्द "नकाली" मुझे ध्यान में आता है. ये संज्ञा शब्द है जिसका कुछ-कुछ अनुवाद है

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casey’s eyes were glued on the ferocious animal in front of her, heart beating wildly as she lay frozen in the tall, dry grass. from between the blades she watched the beautiful leopard placidly groom itself in the sun rays. casey wished she was close enough to feel the deep throated purring, but didn’t dare move. “look, momo,” she whispered to her friend laying next to her. after a pause she huffed, “of course it’s not a cheetah, silly. they have solid spots. look at its coat. hollow spots, not solid.” the stuffed lemur made no reply. casey cupped her hands around her eyes like binoculars and contemplated her next move. before she could come up with a plan, the cat suddenly pounced towards a scurrying critter casey couldn’t see. both predator and prey darted and dashed around the field before both scurried up the nearby tree and out of casey’s view. casey imagined what it would be like to be that prey, how scared and alone it must be. “you know momo, it’s kind of sad that the prey gets caught alone.” she gave a sigh as she stood up with the lemur dangling in her hand. “maybe if it had more friends… then life wouldn’t be so scary. then someone could be like a lookout or back up!” she looked down to the lemur and nodded. “i know... you’re my backup. just like i’m yours!” casey stood in the hot sun, sweat starting to bead on her forehead. “okay, the boss wants us to deliver our package before noon which is when the sun reaches the highest point in the sky.” she tilted her head to the sky to read the sun’s position, then stealthily snuck a peak at her hello kitty watch. “c’mon momo, we don’t have much time!” she took off down the path, her precious cargo bouncing in the bag on her back, momo swinging wildly in her grip. casey and lemur stopped at the edge of a big field on the edge of the park. “look at this grassland. we must be in the savanna!” she looked out over the field seeing a plethora of animals. “wow momo, look at the elephants and zebras. maybe we’ll see a gazelle.” she put momo down and grabbed her water bottle from the side of her bag. she tilted the bottle over momo’s mouth. she then removed the cap and took a sip, the cool water sliding down her parched throat. “no you can’t have more, we have to save it. it’s still a long journey.” she stared at the yellow button eyes. “i know this isn’t easy. but someone’s gotta do it.” she screwed the cap back on and slid the bottle back into its sleeve. “what do you mean i dragged you into this?” casey chatted with the lemur as she walked along the field but stopped talking when she heard noise coming from around the fence ahead. she swallowed hard and slowly peered around the corner, careful to be quiet. she saw four boys playing with a small animal. “look momo,” she whispered. “poachers!” she watched them toss a stick around the small gray animal. “they are hunting that poor baby rhino!” she watched the small french bulldog jump around between the boys chasing after the stick. then casey looked at the face of one of the boys. “oh no! it’s our arch nemesis. david the destroyer.” she glared at the boy then stuck her tongue out. she threw momo out then pulled him back in. “no, momo! we can’t just go after him. we are outnumbered.” she reached around and felt her bag. “besides, this isn’t the mission.” casey began walking away when a boy yelled out, “hey casey!” she gasped and started to run away. “he’ll ruin our mission!” casey ran along the fence until she found four scooters laying around. she grabbed the one she recognized and blasted off down the path leaving her nemesis calling after her. casey came to a stop when her heart couldn’t take any more and her lungs were burning from her dramatic escape; but she forgot all of it when she saw the challenge before her. “look momo. a maze of physical tests to keep anyone out of the temple. we will have to be tough.” she dropped the scooter at the edge of the park and raced towards her first challenge - the monkey bars. “hold onto me momo!” she strapped the lemur’s arms around her as she jumped up and gripped the hot metal. the hardest part was taking a hand off to reach for the next bar. she tried not to look down as she timed her swinging. not yet, she thought, straining against her grip. now! she boldly reached out, grabbed the next one and secured a solid grip, swung back a bit then launched her other hand onto the same bar. casey slowly, painfully, made her way across the bars, hands burning from refusing to let her fall. when she reached the end, she dropped back down and looked back. “phew! that could have been a deadly fall! you should keep holding onto me, i’ll get us through the rest.” casey climbed up colourful towers and slid down chutes, she jumped over and ducked under obstacles until she faced a harrowing threat. “ok, momo. if i can avoid these four swinging boulders, it’s a clear shot to the temple.” casey stared across the path along the swingset, transforming the four kids into hardened rocks. her eyes followed the swing in front of her, she darted through its path safely, narrowingly missing the next one as it swung in front of her. the laughter and chatter around her dissolved into jungle noises of bird and insect calls. she swung around and danced in time to the swaying, nimbly jumping across the grooves. suddenly a heavy weight hit her on her back, throwing her and momo to the ground. the kid scrambled off the swing and raced to casey who was sprawled on the ground. “are you okay? i didn’t see you!” the young boy reached a hand down to casey who was dazed from the blow as much as the hit of reality. casey kept her gaze down as she slowly sat up. she nodded shyly to the kid, then suddenly swooped up momo and ran to the end of the park before the kid could react. casey held momo close to her chest as she fought back tears. “that was a close one momo. we … we were almost captured…” her mind scrambled for an escape, “... by that bandit.” she looked back to the swing set and saw swaying boulders once more. the bandit stood there watching her. “c’mon, we better hurry.” casey turned and raced across the bare land leading up the entrance of the temple. when she got closer, two people emerged from the entrance so she darted into the bushes along the wall to avoid being seen. “that was close. there are guards everywhere! we need to watch our backs.” she snuck along the wall of the building and the bushes covering the front garden. when she saw the entrance was clear she came out and faced two large wooden doors. “ok momo, here we go.” she reached out and half-heartedly pulled on the heavy door. “oh no! there must be a secret code or something!” she held the lemur up as she looked around. “good eyes momo!” she took a few steps across the path and saw a post sitting on the edge of a bush. “wow, look at this insignia! a person sitting on half a circle… hmmm.” she rubbed at her chin. “it must be a symbol of the temple’s god!” she reached out and pushed the button. the doors clicked and slowly swung open. “yay! we did it!” casey raced inside the temple, heart thundering. the smell of old books and dust was a comfort to her. it felt like a welcoming hug from all her imagined friends and adventures. casey stalked through the front entrance, cautious to avoid the view of anyone who was murmuring ahead. “in order to complete our mission, we have to face the keeper of the temple.” casey squatted down beside a bench and took off her backpack. she carefully removed her precious cargo, zipped up the empty bag and swung it back over her shoulder. “stay close to me.” casey took a deep breath, stood up and walked to the front desk. it was as if a cloud had cleared from casey’s mind. suddenly she was aware of being in the library. the temple was gone, replaced by rows of wooden bookshelves piled high. people were mulling around or sitting at desks. she became aware of the noise around her, growing louder until it felt overwhelming. ahead of her was the front desk with the clerk watching her patiently. she could feel her heart pound against her ribs as true fear pinned her to the ground with the man’s clear blue gaze solely on her. her grip tightened on her stuffed animal and she tried to swallow with her dry mouth. “hello there,” said the middle aged man at the desk. “can i help you with something?” casey stood frozen to the ground, a whooshing sound filling her ears. the clerk smiled and looked down at her hands. “are you here to return those books?” he asked nicely. casey nodded stiffly, feeling every vertebrae move at the forced movement. the clerk kept smiling and reached over the desk to her. casey stepped towards him very slowly and held out her books. the clerk took them gently and read the titles. “oh, a very nice read. tomb raider is an amazing story, especially for a young girl like you. and let’s see… animals of the serengeti. another amazing find.” he fished around under his desk and pulled out two slips of paper while casey stood there frozen. her heart began to hurt at the strain. she gripped momo tighter to her chest. he stamped both slips before he opened the books and returned the paper sheet to the proper book. “there we go. you are all set little lady. would you like to pick out some more books?” casey’s eyes widened as he looked back at her. her breath quickened as she shook her head quickly then darted down the hallway, through the heavy door and back out into the parking lot. “that was a close one momo. too bad we couldn’t get more books” she hugged her toy to her chest and started walking home. “yeah, you’re right, maybe next time.” she passed the playground with the swings and the jungle gym. she walked by the big field where some kids were playing ball. finally past her neighbour’s yard where the tabby cat was still grooming itself by the tree. she walked passed the scooter she stole and up the steps but stopped when she heard her parents through the screen door. “ - wasn’t ready for this,” her mom said sternly. “she is too young, too fragile.” her dad’s deep voice was calm as he responded. “she’ll be fine. she’s probably not back yet ‘cuz she’s… hanging out in her own world. you know her.” “yes, i do know her and her worlds. i told you we can’t keep letting her read like she does if it only makes things worse. she needs friends and kids in her life!” casey kept her hand on the door handle, listening. her heart dropped to her stomach. they can’t take her books away, they are all she has. “you worry too much. she’s just a kid.” “a kid who doesn’t talk! except to that stuffed thing she lugs around everywhere. you shouldn’t have let her go off by herself.” “so you want her to be grown up enough to socialize but not walk three blocks to the library?” casey could hear her dad’s frustration growing. “i want her to be normal. to be happy.” casey peeked into the house through the screen and saw her dad hug her mom. his voice was a little muffled as he responded, “what makes you think she isn’t?” before her mom could reply, casey pulled open the screen door and rushed inside. both adults turned to her as she entered the room. she gave her parents a huge smile and ran up to them. “heya there champ!” her dad said as he leaned down for the hug she rushed at him. “did you have fun on your secret mission?” casey kept her arms around him, looked up and nodded enthusiastically. just then, barking came from the other room as a small, gray french bulldog came bounding up to casey followed by her arch nemesis. “hey twerp!” casey stuck out her chest and faced david head on, but he only smiled and scuffed up her hair. ”next time you wanna steal my scooter, maybe don’t leave it less than a block away from the scene of the crime.” david said jokingly as he went into the kitchen. casey faced her parents again then rubbed the jumping dog, pretending it was a baby rhino. “so, did you accomplish your secret mission?” her dad asked, sitting down next to her and petting the dog with her. casey looked at her dad’s smiling face, then her mom’s look of concern as a thought occurred to her. reality was really scary sometimes, but just like in her adventures, as long as you have someone there as back up- someone who believes in you - maybe everything will work out. a small smile came to her lips and she said, “yes, we did.”

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emerson said, toward the end of his writing career, "i have taught one doctrine, namely, the infinitude of the private man." that's why we begin our study of american transcendentalism with this essay. his basic philosophical faith (one shared by many americans) is that the ultimate source of truth is within ourselves. we recognize truth outside ourselves, in nature or in others, and the key word here is "recognize," even if only very dimly. we are often not "in touch" with ourselves or trust ourselves enough to find these truths and so must often depend on others, books, etc. to express it for us, but it is somehow within us. now, there's no particular empirical evidence for this; emerson is making a great intuitive leap of faith, and you either believe (because you've experienced it to some degree) or you don't. it is this concept of what some critics call the "imperial self" which lies at the heart of romanticism, both positively and negatively. however, this is not necessarily self-centered, because the truth which lies within is universal, shared and recognized by all (if they only knew it) and generated by self (god, over-soul, whatever). all we can really know is within us, but we must assume that other people have the same potential as we do--and assume that they do, in fact, exist (although you really can't prove it!) presumably, trusting oneself means much more than that; it means trusting that somehow or other we have an innate wisdom which is a projection of the god within, and that every person has that wisdom, although few have much access to it. those few we often call poets and prophets (but never politicians!) and we cherish the insights into our own truths that we glimpse through them. theoretically, then, to believe in our selves and our deep capacity to understand and recognize truths is to believe in every self, though we have no access to any other self besides us. practically it may be another matter, but emerson is a bit of an idealist and not terribly practical (we can't all be everything!) one characteristic of emerson's essays is the gaps he leaves the reader to fill (or to flounder in); it is probably their greatest strength (because you may personalize what you read) and greatest weakness (it can be confusing). for example, at the beginning of the essay he speaks of verses he has read which are original, but he does not tell you what those verses are. you have to imagine what "original" might be. his emphasis is not on these particular verses, or even the definition of originality in poetry, but a discussion on originality and recognizing your own ability to be original and not imitative. after all, he can't say what would be original for you, could he? but he wants you to imagine what that might be. this will happen repeatedly through the essay. try your best to fill those blanks in ways that make sense to you and your experience, and if you can't, ignore them and keep going. one problem you may find with this essay is that you feel that he is hitting you over the head with the same idea over and over, like a big hammer labeled "believe in yourself." i'm sure you wished to cry out, "ok ralphie, i've got it, i've got it!" he makes sure that you consider the implications of this idea in every way possible. it doesn't matter if there are gaps in what you understand; he'll catch up with you somewhere or other in the essay. a little overkill, perhaps. why? whom is he trying to convince? perhaps himself as well as his reader. but the message seems to be one that we all need, especially today when the ever-present media assaults us with ideas and images of how we should live and what we should believe. remember that we are reading this 150 years later or so. what seemed like a rather novel idea then has deteriorated into a cliche, embedded in just about every self-help "psychology" book in the local mall bookstore that you can find. it is hard for us to see the original force of this in 1838, when people felt far less secure about themselves, as individuals and as americans (whatever that was). in many ways, this is as much a cultural/intellectual declaration of independence as it is an exhortation to believe in yourself. its major power today is probably directed toward the younger reader, struggling with the very powerful forces toward conformity that seem endemic in american high schools. however, it also works in a class like this, where i am, in a sense, forcing you to express your ideas and not giving you such an easy way out as taking notes on what wisdom i might have to impart. emerson had his own personal reasons for writing this. he was deeply insecure in many ways (aren't we all?), and a rather revolutionary speech about religion that he delivered at the harvard divinity school about this time (asserting the doctrine of the god within) caused a tremendous uproar and criticism from people he respected. there would be no job for him at harvard! he had left the ministry a few years earlier and had lost his young wife to tuberculosis after 18 months of marriage. he didn't really have a career at that point; he just had the ideas he believed passionately and thought needed to be heard. he was involved in a very deep career crisis (which many of us can relate to). there simply was no way to earn a living doing what his heart told him that he must do--to write and to speak. except, as it turned out, there were ways to realize his dream, as long as he didn't lose his faith in himself. the rhetoric of this essay shows signs of his years in the pulpit; it's like he's demanding you to listen and to go out and act. but he may well be exhorting himself just as much as, if not more than, his readers. what he wanted to do--to establish himself a place as a writer and thinker--was extraordinarily difficult to do outside of an institution like the church or the university (so what else has changed!), and it would take all the nerve he could summon. and after all, he was no kid; he was 35 years old and counting. it all sounds so simple: just make up your mind to trust your deepest instincts and go for it! i know it isn't that simple--and in fact, so did emerson, and seeing the problems inherent in such a personally energizing idea kept him busy writing for some time. if you look carefully, you can see some awareness of this conflict in the essay, but it doesn't really blossom forth for a while. for one thing, he gives a lot of credit to innate goodness, and almost totally ignores the very crucial environmental shaping factors. he and his readers were raised in an extremely "moral" environment, and though they might rebel against church doctrine, they were deeply "indoctrinated" with those moral codes. this is not necessarily the case in the "murder capital of the world"! another problem is the extreme "masculinity" of the essay--one of his favorite words is "manliness." i can just visualize this very assertive and muscular male as an underlying ideal (was emerson insecure about that too? probably, since writers/thinkers/preachers were considered rather feminized by his society, unlike those competitive, money-making businessmen so idealized by his compatriots.) i don't believe that self-trust is a male-marked trait, although i suspect that he does believe it (though, bless his heart, he doesn't really know it!). i know, i'm reading this from my own perspective, but as emerson would say, isn't that the only way you can read? actually, i think you can try to place yourself in another context, but that must be a work of imagination to some degree (i can try, anyhow; i'll just substitute woman for man and you can do whatever you like!) emerson doesn't just keep preaching the same doctrine though, you may be relieved to hear, or at least not with the same simplistic fervour. there is a flip side to this: as exciting and energizing it may be to follow your deepest instincts and do/say what you think is right, it's also depressing to think that maybe all we can know is what is within us. in a sense, we may be imprisoned within our own perceptions and experiences, and can never really know what might be true. we can't even be sure if anyone or anything else exists, because all we can know is what's in our little individual heads. emerson will come to see this, as well as the many limitations on our power that are imposed by circumstances and environment, which he calls fate. he gets a lot more interesting when he confronts these conflicting forces. wouldn't it be nice if all we had to do is "trust ourselves" and follow our own stars? actually, it's rather amazing what people can accomplish if they do just that. however, that's not the whole story, and emerson knew it, especially after life dealt him a few more tough blows--like his beloved 5 year old son dying of scarlet fever. self-reliance can look like a pretty puny doctrine in light of a tragedy like that, but it did sustain him (although perhaps in a modified form).. so the important thing is not whether emerson is right or wrong here. he's both--and we are to draw from the essay what means the most to us. that's one reason it's written as it is. buried in there are sentences which strike right to the heart of readers, and suggest all kinds of possibilities for them. for example, many students trying to see their way ahead in life have found great comfort in this metaphor: the voyage of the best ship is a zigzag line of a hundred tacks. see the line from a sufficient distance, and it straightens itself to the average tendency. your genuine action will explain itself, and will explain your other genuine actions. you could interpret this in several ways. when you look at your life, especially when you are young, if you follow your "inner gyroscope" and do things and take courses that just "feel right," it might look to others (parents in particular) as if you just can't make up your mind and are zigzagging all over the place. the coherence will be an inner one, perhaps not even visible to you, but over time, it will probably make sense, just as you have to zigzag when sailing to reach a point most directly. one difference, of course, is that you (unlike the sailor) often haven't a clue where or what that "point" might be, and have to trust that by following your instincts and strengths, you'll actually reach some kind of point. i find that rather profound, as i look at my own life, and the decisions that i made that didn't make a lot of sense, perhaps, to others and seemed inconsistent, but that were in fact quite consistent with who i was and what i wanted to be, although i hadn't a clue what that might be (i never dreamed i'd end up teaching, etc.!) ok, that's my personal testimony (although i'll admit, i cruised past that passage when i was in college and needed to read it most)--you'll have your own, i imagine. if you'll be patient with emerson (and his vocabulary and greater reading knowledge), he is likely to speak very personally to you, if not on this reading then maybe on another. besides, just think of all the money you can save on those self-help books and therapy groups by going right to the source! ;

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i am a tree, tall and imposing, standing all alone near the campus of a temple. my life is ever so interesting as, i see a huge spectrum of society, funny gestures of people, and hear all kinds of conversation of the devotees who pass by me. i was not always so huge. as is true of all living beings i was also a long time back, a young sapling with this huge tree within me. at that time i looked fresh and beautiful as all other beings who are young, but, at that time i was of course not so imposing. this is what i have seen about life that, every stage has something good about it. i understand that, i am a peepal tree which just grows anywhere and everywhere. ever since i was young, i remember several people coming to my root and worshipping me. they would light an earthenware lamp, and put it near my root, say their prayers and go away. this was a daily ritual which scores of people followed at my root ever since i can remember. as i started growing up bigger and bigger, the temple authorities put a two feet wall like boundary around my trunk. this was done to protect me from being destroyed by crowds who thronged to me. since i am near a temple, i have always had the pleasure of a lot of company daily and, the great honour of being worshipped by scores of believers every day. now, i am a full grown tree, and that two feet wall has been converted into a broad platform all around me, with my root out of sight, and the trunk also somewhat covered from vision. here on the platform people sit and say their prayers and relax. at times they also consume their temple prasad while sitting on this platform. oh, what a wonderful feeling it is to be so loved and cared for and, above all, being so honoured and respected. this honour is given to me as, i understand now that, a section of the indian society considered me a holy tree to be worshipped. this is why there is so much hype about me and my kin. as i stand here, near a temple, i never ever feel lonely i get all sorts of company throughout the day, so, where is the scope of feeling lonely. early in the morning the temple is opened at 6 a.m. it is cleaned and washed so, i get the company of people who clean the premises. they come to me also and broom the area around me, wash the platform and i am trim and neat to welcome my guests for the day. after the temple is cleaned there is a pooja, and from 7 a.m. devotees start pouring in, and the temple bells start ringing and breaking the silence of the night. devotees continue pouring in the temple right from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., when the temple closes. these long hours of the day, there is no chance of my getting bored as, i have the company of so many people moving around the area. even though i am alone, a lonely tree but, my life is full of thrill and excitement, as i get lots of, and variety of company. this in turn is an added honour for me that, while my friends have the company of trees only, i have the company of human beings who talk and walk and discuss matters to make my life more lively and enjoyable. i often wondered to myself as to why there is so much of greatness thrust upon me, though i am just a tree like any other. yes, here is the catch, i believe i am so revered because i am considered by the hindus, a religious sect as a holy tree, an incarnation of their god. aha! this makes me feel proud of myself and i am prone to thank god for this birth in which i get honour, respect, love and care. what else could any living being aspire for. i and my honour are further enhanced as, i stand near a temple of god. now, all my anxiety is put to rest as, i have learnt that i am also here to be worshipped just as god himself. i stand here alone yet in great company of human beings. my life is just wonderful, i pray to god that he grant such a wonderful and eventful life to all humans. one thing i forgot to tell you all, about my life. when people come and sit on the platform around me, i also get a lot of information about man’s world. i hear scandals, i hear about murders, thefts and what all evils that exist in this man’s world. at times i also get to hear small children saying lovely words to their mothers and, seeing the mothers cajoling them, i feel what a beautiful life men have. thus to add to my experience of life, i have come to know a lot about human beings and their lives. their lives are also full of pleasures and disappointments. it is not that men only enjoy as, most of us lesser beings seem to feel. men also have their own problems. so, to add up i’d say my life is a pleasure and a rich experience.

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