THE ALCHEMY OF A DIRTY YOGINI
Dirt•y [adj.] Appearing as if soiled; dark-colored; dingy; murky.
Pu • ri • fied [verb] 1. To rid of impurities; cleanse. 2. To rid of foreign of objectionable elements. 3. To free from sin, guilt, or other defilement.
Mud surrounded the house where I grew up in a small village in Singapore. I spent many hours walking, playing, and daydreaming along dirt roads. My mom used to make me wash my hands and feet before I could eat or sleep and often yelled when I got myself dirty again.
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