Do you find your comfortable visiting places with large gatherings?

@limcyjain (3523)
India
October 1, 2008 1:17pm CST
Terrorism is raising its head fast. As the festive season is fast approaching and a number of fairs are going on. Navratras are seeing heavy rush in temples. I am myself going to the temple daily but an not moving in public places with large gatherings. There have been a series of bomb blasts and there seems to be no end to this. Daily we hear blasts happening at new places and this has led to unsecurety in the systema and less of people are moving out. Are to visiting fairs etc or are keeping away from such activities?
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1 Oct 08
it is really sad i think that the fear of terrorism is stopping people from doing as they wish or feeling scared to do something I live in the UK and we have had our fair share of terrorist attacks here but they are nearly always in the main cities or capitals of the country I live in a tiny village up in the north so i doubt anybody would want to target our small area to be honest so no i dont feel afraid but i really feel for others in that situation
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• India
5 Apr 10
Hi Jain At times i wonder where we are heading, right now i am in Hyderabad with my son's family, there is curfew, what for fight in the name of religion, and our nasty politicians are behind, i hate this but inspite of all i travel visit places... Thanks for this nice post, cheers Happy easter Prof
• Canada
23 Nov 09
I try to stay away from large crowds, unless I have a place to go, when I've had enough of the noise. I am trying to get a ride to my father's house for Christmas, and the house will be filled to the brim, but that'll be fine, because if I need to take a 5 minute break from the people, I can go into one of the bedrooms, relax for a minute or two, and then get back out into the action.