All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
In India, it seems, everyone walks in the streets. Pedestrians share the road with cars, cows, camels, carts. In the morning, carts piled high with wares, colorful fruits and vibrant vegetables and fresh coconuts, are pushed by entrepreneurs to favorite locations where they will setup shop on the street or, more than likely, the sidewalk attempting to sell out their stash before heading home at the end of a long day. It seems these vendors line the sidewalks anywhere people must pass on their way home from work.
The sidewalks in Pune, India, my current home town, are typically built with interlocking, H-shaped bricks of two alternating colors puzzled together mosaic fashion. They are actually quite attractive as sidewalks go, much more artistic than the cement slabs stretching endlessly in my home country.
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