Devotion is defined as ardent, often selfless affection and dedication, as to a person or principle. Also known as love.

I awoke this morning to the alarm. It was 5am, and completely dark in my room. The only sound I heard was water rushing through pipes onto the street and the rain falling. It was kind of a relentless rain.

Get up, get dressed, and go.

One by one we assemble on the stairs, there is an earlier class, and wait. Waiting in the rain. Waiting 40 minutes in the rain to begin. As I look around the group I see all the familiar faces, it seems as though no one has decided to stay in bed this morning, although I am sure we all contemplated it. Sometimes it is very hard to define devotion, or bhakti, or love, but you sure know it when you see it.

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3 Responses to Devotion

  1. Tina says:

    I’m glad you’re working your thighs off in ashtanga land, because when I arrive, we’re just going to roll around in vats of oil and run with the monkeys!

  2. Tina says:

    And Anthony says “word up!”

  3. Jill – Your devotion pours out of every post. We all missedyou when David was here.Your words create vivid pictures of the experience inMysore, so keep them coming – wonderful!Grateful to you,Heather Marie

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