Language: Interview in Meiteilon (Manipuri)
Moirangthem Loiya Ngamba followed the calling to plant more trees and created a beautiful place at Punshilok, Imphal, Manipur. He started by living all alone in solitary on top of the hill. And slowly it expanded and extended to many young people providing a calm and spiritual place, a place to reflect on oneself. Meditation, music, silent retreat, connecting with nature, planting more trees in the hill are some of the activities. It’s amazing to hear the story of how some of the changes were seen amongst the youth who have been affected by the unrest and conflicts, giving focus and calmness in their life.
And a great satisfaction to convert a once barren hill to a hill with luscious greens and trees. I got an opportunity to visit the hill which is very close by from the heart of Imphal, with less than half an hour trek climbing up. In the first part
of the interview he shared about the making of Punshilok and his journey. This is the second part of his interview sharing his quest to find himself, answer many questions which was muddling his mind, finding the answers with his connection to nature, his realization on the shrinking of human minds creating more conflicts. Life is short and live to the fullest is what he believes in. He believes in growing and nurturing the human body.
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