What they are doing wouldn't bother you unless you have an attachment to them. For example, if someone cuts you off, it only hurts if you have an attachment to them to love some part of yourself that you constantly reject. The pain you feel is from your own self-rejection.
Ironically, the way they cut you off would mirror the way you reject yourself and cut yourself off. Obviously what they did was disrespectful, so why do you continually disrespect yourself? Do you really think that getting respect from others can overcome your own self-abuse?
[Day 364 - 368. Varanasi, India. 694 km] The Holy city of Varanasi was literally on our way to Nepal and we were right in the good season, so we went. We must admit that our minds were more thinking in the Nepalis mountains than trying to appreciate the beauty of Benares. So even if we had a pleasant stay and definitely say it worth a visit, we were very happy to leave the city and so India, at least for a while. The last 4 months in India has been the most exhausting of all our travel. Dealing with the traffic and avoid dying doing it was our main concern. We have met incredible people, seriously, but we also met the most stupid people ever in our lives. Our human stupidity standard changed since. We have been mesmerized by the power of religion in this huge country and loved capturing those moments. But the last month was hard. Only the incredible food help us to keep going. Living in such a dynamic brought obviously some questions to our wanders minds: is it time to go back home? Let’s Nepal decides for us.
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Not the religious type myself, but I can certainly appreciate the value of religion as a 'social glue', keeping communities knit together and underpinning traditions. Faith is a mystical, ethereal thing but at the same time the first manifestation of a people's culture.
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