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  • Radha's picture
    Posted: 2 years 13 weeks ago
    It’s lovely to site here at my desk and look out over the cow pasture some days. Every so often one of the retired oxen or cows will slowly walk by (they always look over at us in case we have leftovers or extra veggies for them). I can see a rainstorm sweeping in across the pasture, or hear the wind in the trees outside. It’s very relaxing and centering to be this close to the real world instead of the city. Unfortunately, we’re trying to provide a high-tech service from our low-tech corner...
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  • Syndicated's picture
    Posted: 2 years 13 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    Just a few spots left in this Saturday's cookery class in Canberra. Come feast with us! Cooking Co-ordinates Cookery School, Belconnen, Canberra ACT, Morning Cookery Workshop, Saturday 23 June, Bookings call 02 6253 5133 Here's the menu: "Vegetarian World Tapas” Syrian Roast Red Pepper, Pomegranate & Walnut Paste (Muhammara) with Blanched Vegetables & Toasted Sourdough Bread Warm Salad of Oven-roasted Cauliflower, Feta Cheese, Olives, Puy Lentils & Watercress Tex-...
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  • Syndicated's picture
    Posted: 2 years 13 weeks ago
    Author: deshika
    Core, fruit or skin, where do I fit in? I have been writing in the last three posts about self-identifying oneself as a member of ISKCON and how one can understand where one fits into the movement. The main idea being that its the individual who chooses to identify himself or herself as being a member. This self-identification comes about when one’s current interests and needs are met by ISKCON, and tends to disappear when one’s needs are not met. Membership of ISKCON might be...
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    Posted: 2 years 13 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    I've planted some hardy winter/spring brassica crops. The seeds of brassicas all look like mustard seeds, and are relatively easy to grow. This is Tuscan Cabbage, sometimes known as Cavolo Nero. This was grown by a student who attended one of my classes last year. It does not form a head, and its crinkled matt deep green leaves with a white stem and a bitter cabbage flavour are best sauteed, or braised or in soups. Hopefully my crop will grow healthily like this. I also have some Kale...
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  • Karnamrita.das's picture
    Posted: 2 years 14 weeks ago
    Author: Karnamrita Das
    (this blog is recorded on the full page: quick time player needed) Monthly Japa Immersion Day setting six hours aside for only chanting Hare Krishna an intensified opportunity for Presence joined together with others we gain collective supportive strength yet each person is alone with the Name everything else is on hold our investment only in chanting revealing our faith and interest. We sit before Radha Krishna Deities with only our beads and voice reducing time to one mantra learning to be...
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