I get the “Namaste” thing: it’s a nice gesture. ”I bow to you” or “I see god in you”….it’s sweet in its own kinda-gross way. But as a white Jewish man, practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine, who sometimes uses Japanese and Korean techniques, throwing in Sanskrit salutations and iconography just for shitsngiggles is one Indian skip in this mixed-up ethnic hopscotch too many for my taste. Its 2012: let’s simplify. I don’t say “Shalom” to my bank teller and I have a much more legitimate claim to that.