Watching an Indian man tie a scarf is like watching a sushi chef prepare a roll. Extremely precise and delicate, cautious. And in the end, the finished product turns out better than anything you’d ever be able to produce. It’s an art. Perfected with time, and, most of all, patience. I think that’s where I lack the ability to effectively tie a scarf. I’m too impatient. Maybe after this trip, it’ll be something I master. The patience, that is.