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Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010


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Hi Instructors-

I'm having trouble uploading my assigned essay. It says it won't accept word documents. Any suggestions? Thanks!

Can't wait to see you all soon!

Katey

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Katey Parker,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hi Instructors- I’m having trouble uploading my assigned essay. It says it won’t accept word documents. Any suggestions? Thanks! Can’t wait to see you all soon! Katey

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01/30/10

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Katey Parker

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The Quality of Life

It is impossible to place a value on the quality of life because no person or organization can ever be truly objective when it comes to judging other cultures, and there can be no consistent way to evaluate life quality in a world with such enormous economic, political, and cultural disparities. In a developed nation such as our own, I believe a high quality life comes from the autonomy its people possess, but in no way would I assume autonomy is essential to a high quality life everywhere.

Judging the quality of life, even my own, crosses over into asking what, as humans, are our basic rights? That in itself is a question without a definitive answer, and the root of our political system. I hold autonomy and freedom of expression in extremely high esteem, but I also live in a society in which clean water is taken for granted because everyone has access to it. I also consider access to uncensored information essential for a high quality life in this nation, but I cannot project my priorities that stem from a privileged lifestyle onto anyone else but myself.

In the “Western” world, the autonomy of the people is, for the most part, respected. Choice is granted to people through their governments, and is therefore, a political structure that not only benefits the people but also theoretically keeps a government’s power in check through systems such as voting and freedom of speech. I consider myself to have a very high quality life because of the choices I have. I am not told what I need to believe, how to look, where to live, or even what to do with my life. Americans have endless access to information that is both censored and uncensored through education and media. We have a choice in exposing ourselves to information or even avoiding it if it we believe it lowers our quality of life, but the point is that it is available to us.

In attempting to assess quality of life, there are too many differences in this world to even consider life worth judging. For instance, a completely isolated village in Eastern Kenya in which food, clean water, and natural resources to build shelter are all abundant and naturally occurring cannot be compared to Chicago, in which information and knowledge about the whole world is everywhere you look. A person in the rural village may be utterly content never leaving that village, not knowing what is happening internationally or even with their own country. A person in Chicago, on the other hand, is constantly exposed to information and although having clean water might not be an issue on their mind, getting evicted because he or she hasn’t been able to make rent with his current salary might be.

On this planet, life is lived in so many diverse ways that a judgment of its quality can never be subjective. The only life we can judge is our own relative to what we perceive the lives of others to be like, and through what kind of effect we have on others and our surroundings.

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Alex Kryzanowski,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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The Quality of Life It is impossible to place a value on the quality of life because no person or organization can ever be truly objective when it comes to judging other cultures, and there can be no consistent way to evaluate life quality in a world with such enormous economic, political, and cultural disparities. […]

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01/30/10

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Alex Kryzanowski

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Hey everyone-

I was previously unable to access yakyak, and just spent the last half hour reading every post (including the one about a book I need to read in the next week).

I'm so excited to meet all of you!

I'm currently living in new york city, but am originally from rockland (which is about a half hour from the city). I'm also taking a gap year after graduating from boarding school in Putney, Vermont. My life this past fall has mainly consisted of trying to get some sort of acting career off the ground, since I'll be going to Emerson College next fall for acting and have decided for whatever crazy reason to pursue it for the time being.

My interest in India was sparked in 10th grade when I went to Nepal for 3 weeks instead of spring break. It was an awe-inspiring, eye-opening experience that I've yearned to re connect with ever since. I feel a pull towards that area of the world and am so thrilled and grateful to be able to do this! I've also been raised with an emphasis on spirituality and meditate every day as a continuation of my practice, so another reason I'm really psyched to be in India is the potent spiritual atmosphere.

As far as ISPs go, I think I'm leaning towards Ayurvedic medicine or martial arts. Still no concrete idea though, everything looks awesome.

Sorry to write a novel. See you all soon!

Until then,

Norma

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Norma Kuhling,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hey everyone- I was previously unable to access yakyak, and just spent the last half hour reading every post (including the one about a book I need to read in the next week). I’m so excited to meet all of you! I’m currently living in new york city, but am originally from rockland (which is […]

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01/29/10

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Norma Kuhling

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Hi Everyone!
My name is Katey and I am currently hanging out in my home state of Rhode Island before we all head to Nepal. I am 20 years old and go to Boston University studying Communications and Anthropology. A country girl at heart, I decided a few months ago that it was time to get away from city life and found this awesome program. I also have a brother that lives in Hong Kong and have become fascinated with Asia since visiting him last year. As most people who know me will tell you, I'm a huge fan of anything that's off the beaten path and somewhat of a challenge. I love the outdoors, especially sports like hiking, snowboarding, water-skiing, surfing, etc., and meeting new people while doing them. I can't tell you how perfect a trip like this sounds to me right now. Hope you're all having a good time getting ready for an adventure and I'm super excited to meet you all very, very soon!
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Katey Parker,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hi Everyone! My name is Katey and I am currently hanging out in my home state of Rhode Island before we all head to Nepal. I am 20 years old and go to Boston University studying Communications and Anthropology. A country girl at heart, I decided a few months ago that it was time to […]

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01/28/10

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Katey Parker

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Hello everyone,

Sorry to be slow with the introduction! Myname's Dugaldbut everyone calls meDougie ("Doog-ee"), I'm from Scotland but live in the Cayman Islands. I'm 18 andfinished boardingschool in Scotlandlast July... since then I'vebeen enjoying the freedom and excitements of a gap year, after which I'll beheading to Bristol University in England to study anthropology, which I'm really looking forward to.

Post-schooleuphoria led to some spontaneous decision making, like deciding to take a last-minutegap year,and Ikicked it off by headingto Bordeaux tolearn some moreFrench, which I'm keen to become fluent in.

After that I wentinter-railing around Eastern Europe with some friends, which is a definitemust if you've gotany gap year timeto fill.

I thenworked for an investment company in London, to get a feel for the business line of work. I can't say it's something I'd like to follow up with a career but it was pretty interesting, and I now have a slightly less vague understanding of the economy!

At the moment I'm inHong Kong, where my sister and her husband live- I'll be meeting you all out here.Myfamily came here tostayfor New Year, and Istayed on to explore the area/culture (first timein Asia),do some English tutoring for local children, and get stuck in to some serious hiking!

Finding this WTBD trip was a godsend, asI'm captivated by foreign cultures, especially theirphilosophy and religion. Plus Nepal seemed about as far out as you can get, so I feel pretty lucky to be coming on this trip with you all!

Looking forward to meeting you in HK airport!

Dougie

P.S. feeling a distinct lack of male support on the yak yak....

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Dougie Foster,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hello everyone, Sorry to be slow with the introduction! Myname’s Dugaldbut everyone calls meDougie ("Doog-ee"), I’m from Scotland but live in the Cayman Islands. I’m 18 andfinished boardingschool in Scotlandlast July… since then I’vebeen enjoying the freedom and excitements of a gap year, after which I’ll beheading to Bristol University in England to study anthropology, […]

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Dougie Foster

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Hi!

You have brought up a qood question on safe drinking water. During our stay in Kathmandu, you will have access to clean filtered water at all times, be it in the Dragons Program House, your homestay or most restaurant and shops. On a trek and village stay, we bring iodines/ chlorine solutions to treat our water. These are provided by Dragons and are also easily available for purchase in Kathmandu. Hence, you need not worry about buying them in US and bringing ove to Nepal.

As for your storage question - Yes. Anything you don't need for the trek you will be able to store in the Dragons Program House. We will have a day or two BUSY days in Kathmandu after the trek to re-pack.

Hope this helps.

Hugs,

Sweta

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Sweta Gurung,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hi! You have brought up a qood question on safe drinking water. During our stay in Kathmandu, you will have access to clean filtered water at all times, be it in the Dragons Program House, your homestay or most restaurant and shops. On a trek and village stay, we bring iodines/ chlorine solutions to treat […]

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01/22/10

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Sweta Gurung

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Hi everyone! I'm Susanna, but most people call me Suz. I'm originally from Grosse Pointe, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. I'm 19 and a sophomore at Colorado College and couldn't be happier here. However, I realized this fall that I had no idea of what I wanted to major in. While most of my classmates were rushing into declaring their majors, I decided that I just needed to take some time away from busy school-life to figure out what is really important to me. And what better place to do that in than Nepal?

I spend the majority of my free-time rockclimbing, running, snowboarding, mountain biking, backpacking, and practicing yoga. This last semester I took a yoga teacher training program outside of school, which has really deepened my understanding of yoga and has opened my eyes to some of the eastern religions like buddhism and hinduism. I think I am most excited to learn more about these religions during our course.

It was so great to read all of your introductions and see how much everyone already has in common. I and looking forward to meeting all of you in a few weeks!

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Susanna McMilan,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hi everyone! I’m Susanna, but most people call me Suz. I’m originally from Grosse Pointe, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. I’m 19 and a sophomore at Colorado College and couldn’t be happier here. However, I realized this fall that I had no idea of what I wanted to major in. While most of my classmates […]

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01/18/10

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Susanna McMilan

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Hello instructors,

in the assignment for comparative religion i am not assigned to a deity, do i get to pick one? hehe, let me know

sarah

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missing a diety!

sarah McKenzie,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hello instructors, in the assignment for comparative religion i am not assigned to a deity, do i get to pick one? hehe, let me know sarah

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01/18/10

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sarah McKenzie

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Hi everyone,

I'm Alex, I'm 20, and I live a few minutes north of San Francisco in Mill Valley, California. After high school, I went to Scripps College in LA for 2 years and was a politics/international relations major, but decided the all-girls school thing wasn't for me so I've been taking the year off while I apply to transfer elsewhere and become a journalism major. I spent fall semester working as a volunteer crew member on a Great White shark cage diving boat in South Africa. That was super hard but completely awesome, and I became addicted to the feeling of traveling alone and immersing myself in a totally different lifestyle for the adventure and the self-exploration. I feel incredibly lucky to be able to fill up my "year off" with some sharks and some time in the Himalayas. You know...the usual.

As for hobbies, I love skiing, scuba diving, music, and writing. I will roadtrip anywhere, for however long, especially if a music festival is involved. I love to talk to people about movies, music, and anything related to the nature of being a young adult in America.Can't wait to meet you guys, and hope you have a great last month at home.

Alex

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Alexandra Kryzanowski,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Hi everyone, I’m Alex, I’m 20, and I live a few minutes north of San Francisco in Mill Valley, California. After high school, I went to Scripps College in LA for 2 years and was a politics/international relations major, but decided the all-girls school thing wasn’t for me so I’ve been taking the year off […]

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Alexandra Kryzanowski

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Ive thought of a few more questions.

1. Water treatment? I noticed that wasnt on the list and am wondering if I should plan on bring some.

2. Will we be able to leave gear somewhere when we go on our trek in the last month?

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Hannah Oblock,Himalayan Studies Semester, Spring 2010

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Ive thought of a few more questions. 1. Water treatment? I noticed that wasnt on the list and am wondering if I should plan on bring some. 2. Will we be able to leave gear somewhere when we go on our trek in the last month?

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01/17/10

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Hannah Oblock

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