Alphie family’s final trip

Toronto Skyline

Toronto Skyline (Photo credit: Bobolink)

Karachi

English: Nizamuddin Dargah and Jamaat Khana Ma...
English: Nizamuddin Dargah and Jamaat Khana Masjid, in Nizamuddin West, Delhi (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Moinuddin Chishti Dargah in Ajmer, India

English: Moinuddin Chishti Dargah in Ajmer, India (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It has been a long time since I was employed as;Alphie,Susan and Gepetto’s guide. We all had very pleasant trips.We learned a lot from this experience. Gepetto has written the names of all the places they visited.He is excited, he will be able to show all his collections. He will see his friends and he will know,who his teacher will be.

Alphie tells me he has acquired a lot of very important lessons.Something he wouldn’t have learned,if he hadn’t gone on the long trips. Visiting the mazars(holy places) was very educational.He liked visiting Nizamuddin Awliya’s mazaar.There were lots to see and a whole lot to learn. He also said,he liked his visit to Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s Dargah. This is the place that convinced him,  “A lie is a lie,he was thinking of the word,”Outwit.”  He felt guilty for deceiving his master.His plan to continue deceiving people was outrageous. It seemed as though he had a reawakening,he made up his mind to apologize to all those who were tricked by him.

The family’s itinerary was slightly changed.They took a flight from  Lahore to Karachi.They had few stops on the way. From Karachi they will land at Heathrow international airport. They will fly to Toronto and stay overnight. Hopefully they will reach Yellow Knife sometime this week. I spent a few very delightful weeks with the family.Susan reminded me to wish all our readers the best and to bid them goodbye and God bless on their behalf.

So, this is the temporary tour guide, Ranu ,wishing all our good friends Goodbye and God bless you!

UK - London: Heathrow Airport - Welcome to Britain

UK – London: Heathrow Airport – Welcome to Britain (Photo credit: wallyg)

3 thoughts on “Alphie family’s final trip

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you very much for this post. I would very much like one day to be able to visit the mazaar of Nizamuddin Awliya. I will await the invitation.

    The American Indians here have a word that means, “Until later.” The Apache version is “Yaalon” (the Yaa pronounced like “Yah”, and the lon pronounced like “lone”). It is what they say, instead of saying goodbye. Goodbye can (though it doesn’t have to) mean something sad, as goodbye may connote no longer seeing anyone ever again.

    I hope that, for you, and all here, it is “Until later.” 🙂

    All good wishes,

    robert

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