Here’s six magazines that I read. I may have highlighted them before, but they are worthy of repetition.
(1) First up is the Back to Godhead magazine, ISKCON’s flagship, started by Srila Prabhupada in 1944 and still a rewarding read. Delivered to your door through subscription at your local Krishna centre or from krishna.com. I particularly like the July edition because it has our dear Queen Elizabeth visiting the new Krishna school in London.
Have planted some new winter crops. Radishes are not my favourites, but they are pretty sturdy, though the terrible Sydney weather at present is a test for all living creatures.
Let's see whether these will survive the onslaught of bad weather, slugs, caterpillars, snails and hungry birds. Such is the struggle for existence in this material world.
I look forward to some more travelling and teaching adventures in the not-too-distant future...
As lead guitarist of the cover band Motley Kruema. Blinked? You probably missed it.
Dear readers, I thank you for your patience with my scarce blogs these last few months. I have my hands full, and blogging is a luxury.
I'm thinking of re-publishing some of my favourite blog photos from my massive image archive - with a few words of commentary - to satisfy the blog deprived amongst you, starting with the one below.
"Just stare into the eyes of a cow and you will see yourself looking at you because they are also like us - beasts that feel pain and suffering".
"To be human in a sense is to be intelligent, reflective and philosophical and to think about where we stand in the universe..." A thoughtful presentation by For
Doughnuts are my number-one favourite naughty food! But like all strict vegetarians, it's hard or impossible for me to find egg- and gelatine-free treats.
I do have a recipe for Italian Bomboloni in my first cookbook, but I don't often find time to make them.
Best doughnuts in the world? visit this website for a fascinating and lip-smacking read.