By Sonam Doomtso, བསོད་ནམས་དུང་མཚོ། bsod nams dung mtsho
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OK," they agreed. People laughed when Uncle Samkho finished. "You must have scared him to death with that fist," a young man said and laughed, and then everyone laughed together. "It's wonderful that they agreed to leave," Uncle Dorje said, drinking and eating at the same time. "Solved finally! " the elders said. I knelt on the grass mat on the floor near the hearth and crawled on my hands and knees to Mother's side. An unusual happiness grew inside me. My spirits were high and my body felt light and comfortable.
There was a big river at the foot of the mountain that Mother called Gyalmo Ngochu, the longest and biggest river in the area. We had to cross it then take a small path leading to the mountain. We hobbled the horses so they could graze and not wander away. The water raged below. A small bridge spanned the river that seemed so deep you would never find the bottom and surely die if you fell in. Local people had built a wooden bridge. I cannot imagine how they built it. It was very old and there were gaps everywhere.
I knew Mother and Father's love would remove all danger. I became relaxed and calm. "We made it, thanks to Buddha. Om mani padme hum," Mother said. I opened my eyes and yes, we were across. " I knew it was he and Mother who were brave. Aunt Pedlha arrived with her infant who was now wailing. I offered to hold him, but Mother said I would drop him. There was a small Bon monastery at the foot of the mountain. We believe in the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, so we did not go there. We saw many monks and we also noted many old people turning prayer wheels in a counterclockwise direction, which surprised me.
ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES Volume 19: A Nomad Girl's Changing Worlds by Sonam Doomtso, བསོད་ནམས་དུང་མཚོ། bsod nams dung mtsho