I saw a small, clear sealed container, about 2″ in dia. I remembered that location, as a teenager i was sick, i know something was wrong, it all started in the house we were renting, in the village we came to live in, so i was taken to my cousin’s father-in-law, i remembered going into a room and that man used a razor on the base of my spine to make a small ‘x’ there and what ever was placed in that container was given to throw into the sea, the healing process was a bit painful especially sitting and getting up.i just wanted to be healed & taught that was going to be the solution, but As time pass by, i realized things got worst in a different way, i lost all feelings for the opposite sex(that did not transfer to my gender, thank God), I had to struggle to pass my exams, never held a job for long, the men that came into my life never stayed, like i was invisible, everything was a short phase in my life, (all the while seeking the Lord, from an adolescent to now.)BUT i reach a stage in my life where i said enough is enough and i started taking back everything that the devil had stolen from me, i was determine in my heart, that every thing that every thing that my God said in his , will for me, I will receive in Jesus name, that is why i determine in my heart that the devil will not have my children and i am more determined since i read that woman’s testimony, i believe this is what i have been searching for for the past 10yrs.
of my married life, cause i have always wondered about my situation also.
While travel in India will require heightened attention and common sense, let me assure you it is worth it.
Although I did encounter men who stared at me inappropriately, there were countless others who in no way treated me as a sexual object: farmers and pharmacists, shopkeepers and teachers, men whose warmth, kindness, and compassion moved me in unexpected ways.
Citlalli and I nervously said hello, hoping to break the tension we felt as two foreign women in such a situation, when a white-haired shopkeeper approached us.
In his hand were two tiny cups of sweet, steaming chai.
The man who gave us chai in Bihar was only the beginning.
There was the time I had Delhi belly in Bhubaneswar and a hotel worker brought me yogurt with sugar; the time I was waiting for a friend’s flight to arrive at am, and a guy I struck up a conversation with invited us to his sister’s wedding the next week; and the time I jumped off a train in Chennai and a man led me across the street to buy gauze and disinfectant to patch up my skinned knee.This might sound trite or naïve, but it’s a choice that India demands of you.Drawing on my own time in India as well as advice from other women who have traveled there extensively, here are 11 tips to help ward off unwanted situations — but also keep you open to positive experiences: As you would for any destination, spend time learning about India and its customs before arriving.Go in with your eyes wide open, having taken the necessary steps to be educated and prepared, and understand that what awaits you there may be vastly different from what you’re used to.Beth Whitman, founder and CEO of Wanderlust and Lipstick and Wander Tours, has been leading both female-only and co-ed tours to India since 2009 — and not once has a woman on a Wander Tour had any issue with her safety.“Don’t go to regions where crime (particularly drugs) are rampant,” Beth writes. Read the guidebooks and forums to determine if your destination falls into that category.”In my own experience, the most important preparation for India was mental.After the second hour, I needed a break from dodging trucks and buses and cows, and so we pulled over.