Jul 9, 2018

On the Road to Shambala


Wash away my troubles, wash away my pain
With the rain in Shambala


Wash away my sorrow, wash away my shame 
With the rain in Shambala
 

Everyone is helpful, everyone is kind,
Out on the road to Shambala


Everyone is lucky, everyone is so kind,
On the road to Shambala


I can tell my sister by the flowers in her eyes,
On the road to Shambala


I can tell my brother by the flowers in his eyes,
On the road to Shambala


Ah, ooh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
On the road to Shambala


How does your light shine, in the halls of Shambala?
Please tell me, how does your light shine in the halls of Shambala?


That was Three Dog Night's 1973 hit version of "On the Road to Shambhala" if you were wondering. Yes, Bibi is certainly a member of the MTV generation as she even puts posts to music. If you ever wondered what Shambhala is- it's a mythical Buddhist kingdom surrounded by snow capped mountains where the final incarnation of Vishnu will occur. Indeed, it was the inspiration for the Shangri-La of James Hilton's Lost Horizon. This legendary kingdom may or may not be extra-dimensional or on the etheric plane. Anywho, we're off on a family vacation for about a month during which I shall not be posting due to lack of internet service. We might end up in Shambala, who knows? Until then,

Gonna keep on tryin'
Till I reach my highest ground! 

(Red Hot Chili Peppers' 1989 version)
No one's gonna bring me down, Oh no......

Bibi ;)

9 comments:

  1. I hope you find it! Or at least somewhere with cooling mocktails, delicious food, and comfy seats to put your feet up.

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  2. thank you for the music.....
    <3 <3 <3
    bibi - love this post very much! it warms my heart with all that gorgeous, lovely photos......
    have a wonderful time up&away!!
    xxxx

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  3. After the week that was, it does seem prudent to be somewhere else for a time... (Cue rear view of sedan driving over the hill, soundtrack of Road to Shambala.)

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  4. Gorgeous photos! I hope you have a wonderful holiday and hopefully find Shambala. It's the name of a wild music festival here - never been! xxx

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  5. Your photos are so lovely and they do tell a good story!!

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  6. Loved your post and all the wonderful photos - they reminded me to our two India-Holidays in 2010 and 2013 and a little bit to our Thailand-time in February 2018.
    Hugs from Austria, Traude
    https://rostrose.blogspot.com/2018/07/anl-31-loblied-auf-ein-feines-fruchtchen.html

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  7. Sounds gorgeous! Hope you made it there and back....

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  8. Hi Mim, Beate, Beth, Vix, Sue, Goody, Rostrose, & Vronni!
    Made it there & basck asgasin- thasnkas for asll you qwell qwiasheas!@
    xox

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