I love watching and listening to the stories that the people in this world have to tell us about themselves. I believe that for all of us, we are a reflection of ourselves. As the children of the earth, we are a part of a unique, creative, and powerful world.
This is especially true in India where the country has a rich history of self-awareness. In the days of the British, people were taught about their own strengths and weaknesses. In India, especially the south, people now have the benefit of looking back at their past and seeing how they have grown and changed.
People like me, are all the more self-aware because we are all the more aware of who we are and who we are not. We may be born into families that are already self-aware, but we can also be born into families that are not. People of all backgrounds can look back at how they grew up and realize that they have grown up differently.
India is in the midst of a massive migration. The south is the first to see the effects of this, but the north is still trying to catch up. And India is the first place to be hit by the refugee crisis. In India, refugee camps are an absolute necessity in the face of increased conflict. When I was a child, my family would take our three cows to one of the refugee camps in Rajasthan.
In India the government has created camps to house 1.5 million people from the northern states. In these camps, the government has tried to keep the refugees from interacting with one another. It would be impossible, with the amount of people on the border, to have a normal day. The refugee camps are all over the place. There is a camp in the south of the country called Dholka, and one near Jodhpur called the Jodhpur Refugee Camp.
With the camps being so spread out, it’s difficult to keep people from bumping into one another. One of the biggest problems the refugees face is the lack of electricity. It’s a disaster zone for everyone. I mean, the government and the city are doing everything they can to keep the refugees from getting electricity. But the problem is they just can’t.
So you have to have something to cut the power, otherwise you have a power cut. So in this case, the refugees have to sleep in tents. I mean, they have to be close to each other, so someone will wake them up. I mean, they have to have some sort of shelter. So you have camp tents, and then you have someone sleeping in a tent in the middle of a camp. It can be pretty hot, and there are mosquitos everywhere.
I’m thinking about this trailer because I know it’s not actually done, but I’m also curious about the camp situation. I guess if people are being kept in tents, that would imply that they’re sleeping in tents, but I don’t know if they are. They could be in tents because the tents are being used to store refugees. It could instead be that the refugees have to sleep in tents because they have no other way to keep warm.
I guess it depends on how you define “camp.” At your house, maybe you have to call out loud for anyone who’s coming to your door because the doors are stuck shut. In camp, on the other hand, every door is being opened by a soldier. It’s also pretty common to hear soldiers walking down the streets, and you can see them on TV.
I think it’s also possible that the refugees are being forced to do something that they don’t want to do because of the camp conditions. So the soldiers might be keeping them from doing something they really want to do, like going for a swim. Or maybe they are being kept from doing something that they want to do, like going to work. The soldiers probably don’t care though because they have a lot of time to waste.