To be determined.
I actually don’t know.
The plan ended with the workshop. The moment the last girl waved goodbye and closed the door, my co-facilitator and I sat down to discuss and reflect. During the conversation, I realized and communicated that basically, from that moment, my life was unscripted. I knew what I could do, as there are an infinite number of choices for every day, but I had no official plan, no commitments.
It was a unique feeling, standing at a single point and knowing that the future could take any form, that I was truly free to do any number of things. Considering the speed at which I can pack and the lightness of my bag, I could have left almost immediately.
We have been invited to Mumbai and Pune to reproduce the workshop on a larger scale, which means redesigning the structure and adjusting the content. This means that I will be in India longer than I planned. I do not know when I am leaving, or where I will be in a few days.
But right now, I am in the Tibetan neighborhood of Delhi, sheltered by a different community, resting and writing.
The timeline is unclear, but these are the countries.
Plus side trips to Cambodia, Laos, and Bali
China is out. Too much time with Tibetans.