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Three cups of tea

Blog: Things BPMN - Vishal Saxena

If there was one thing I was to recommend in a whole year, even a decade, – I would say read “Three Cups of tea”. For the past few days, despite personal commitments I have stayed up until 4 AM to, finish this book, – no to soak in this most amazing journey of our times. In the midst of us is a Gandhi, a MLK and I owe it to my eight year old for the wonderful opportunity of a lifetime to be able to meet this gentle giant – Greg Mortenson. I wonder what I would do if I get to meet him again – having read his book and known him better. Probably he deserves that his feet be washed and the water be cherished… – an ancient hindu way to honor the sage that he is.
Now what is it that has offset this chant of worship. Well – go to or to see what mountains Greg has moved in the past decade or so. His sole mission is to educate the kids of farway Pakistan and Afghanistan. He believes education is the only way to end the violence, mistrust and hatered that has been built into our very pysche.
Personally, I have decided one thing – I will donate my time, money and energy to support Greg and other projects similar to his. I hope to see him and his work acknowledged with a noble peace prize within the next 3 years.

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