Endora wrote:Did he say anything about what became of any of the people from the slum ,particularly Johnny Cigar?
He didn't - however, he did mention that one of the projects he works with at the moment is a mobile medical centre for the slums in Bombay.
Another rather tragic current event he discussed was the recent destruction of the slums in Bombay by the devastating floods which have left hundreds of thousands homeless and many, many people sick & dying of water borne diseases. But he also recognized the tremendous acts of humanity that are revealed out of such a tragedy, describing the many citizens - many in Armani suits and the like - digging around in the slum to physically help of late.
Veronica wrote:Thank You thank You! You are so lucky to get to meet him. I tend to fall inlove with writters when I read their books & Greg was definately one of them that I fell head over heals for. I look forward to anymore details you may remember. If you can scan his autograph that would be Groovy Man! lol
I know exactly what you mean! And, just to add to my description of him: Greg could charm the pants off absolutely anyone! He's one CHARMING bloke. Actually, I think that's the perfect word to describe him (that is, if you've already used the words intelligent, poetic, astounding, amazing, gentle, soulful, friendly, humble, insightful, eloquent ... which I already have ...)
ok ... I'll resign myself to my little corner now.