Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Nepal - A Favorite Place on Earth!

Well, so I haven’t written for about nine months now. Perhaps, I was lazy. Or, perhaps, I was fed up complaining about a seemingly non-resolvable topic, that is Nepali politics.

Then as I was reviewing my blog today, as I do every once in a while, one of the news headline on the sidebar (it shows RSS feeds of news that mention Nepal) caught my eyes. It read Celebs' favourite places on earth, from Brooklyn to Nepal.

I was naturally interested and clicked on the headline to read the story. Apparently they were talking about My Favorite Place on Earth, an upcoming book by National Geographic writer Jerry Camarillo Dunn, Jr. The author tries to portray the earth through the eyes of some of the most celebrated people of our time.

Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler’s favorite place on earth is Nepal. That is great. As the founder of one of the most popular travel guide series, Tony Wheeler’s opinion about Nepal, I assume, carries a lot of weight. It’s wonderful to see how people like Wheeler regard Nepal so highly.

In any case, as I was reading about this book, a thought crossed my mind. Why do I call my blog Love Nepal and yet write about one area that is most difficult to love – Nepali politics? No particular reason there. Perhaps we Nepali are inherently attracted to talking about politics.

So, my goal from now on will be to look for non-political ideas to write in my blog, preferably positive things. That doesn’t mean I will never write about politics and political leaders, but I will do so sparingly. After all, if you love something, you don’t just bitch about it. You also point out the positives.


Anonymous said...

Yes, Nepal is a very beautiful country indeed! I was there in 1998 and the people were so nice. It seemed like they never stopped smiling. Hope things improve soon.

Robert Jacobs

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Yes, I agree that Nepal has great beauty and its always a pleasure to visit Nepal...but it just makes me wonder how long all this natural beauty in the world can survive-with all the damages we are causing to the environment..We have already done enough harm to the environment…High time we woke up to see the damage we’ve caused.
We may not be able to reduce global warming, end pollution and save endangered species single-handedly, but by choosing to live an earth-friendly lifestyle we can do a lot every day to help achieve those goals.
Stand Up Take Action 2010.We need you…Globally more than 173 Million people stood up against poverty in 2009, a Guinness World Record! Let us break this record in 2010!

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