Another chilly morning albeit on a later train here is my try at my second blog.
I have made repeated references to my Stay in the UK in the previous blog and its connection to a path of self revelation of sorts.
I look back at those days fondly; it’s when I began to take key interest in observing people from different back grounds and from different parts of the world. Observing their attitude towards food, basically their food habits to put it simply.
About this time I was confronted with a simple but vital need to provide for my own meals, couldn’t just come home to 3 square meals (had to prepare them myself or have to depend on friends). I am not the greatest fan of pre-cooked so called heat n' eat foods so that was ruled out too. This situation I was in could not have come at a better time for me as about this time, my natural observant self had me particularly interested in observing people's food habits. Our diversity as a race has a lot to offer in terms of learning especially with food, how we go about preparing it and enjoying it with a special kind of fulfillment/satisfaction that we feel deep inside, which cannot be compared to many a act of self satisfaction.
This rich diversity of people and their food habits was what I was exposed to and which I observed and what I came to believe in, that it shows to some extent who we are.