Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Leaving into a journey

One would say, there is a liminal -- Latin, meaning threshold -- period that clearly separates before and after.

Flying over the large capital, Kathmandu

Landing onto the Tenzing-Hillary (Lukla) Airport, which is scary enough to be almost always a signal, for the visitors, to start their journey.

Looking up the Himalayan mountains on the way to Thukla (4600 meters) 

It is my argument, however, there CANNOT be a period of such, that distinctly separates two different phases and that a person can grasp into his mind.  This is rather a philosophical thought, against most structuralist theorists.  I will return to this theme later.

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