Upon the Fabric of Time

Upon the Fabric of Time

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“There was a man who lived a life of fire.
Even upon the fabric of time,
Where purple becomes orange
And orange purple,
This life glowed,
A dire red stain, indelible;
Yet when he was dead,
He saw that he had not lived.”
(Stephen Crane, Scorpio)

Under Nepali ghat in Varanasi (Benaras) there is a small temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu where a few priests come in the evening in order to perform a water-pouring ritual.
Some also have a bath in the holy waters of the Ganges, like this man who was drying with this orange fabric, a colour indicating thoughtfulness and consideration of others.

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