- girl 1: what do you think it is, about men who write?
- girl 2: i don't think it's so much about men who write. it's more about men who think. the writers among them just have proof.
Loosely translated, “namaste” means “the spirit in me recognizes spirit in you.” It is, beyond its use as a greeting, an acknowledgement of oneness. It says, “I see you for all you are beneath the flesh, and I welcome your presence.” It isn’t necessary to start greeting all of our peers with “namaste,” but maybe we could all use a little more of this attitude in our lives.
Thank you! (Also, sorry about the late response.)