Sowing seeds

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” – John Muir

Our friend Bodhi (South Korean sangha member) joined us for a wonderful visit full of peaceful communion with nature, refreshing karma yoga practice, and sweet hangouts among friends. It has been sunny and warm on the mountain as the days grow longer and the nights get warmer.

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Top: Bodhi clearing brush. Bottom: digging a soaking hole in Sweetwater Creek in preparation for hot summer day refreshment.

Each day brings a new surprise as spring continues to unfold spectacularly at the sanctuary.

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Photo by Bodhi Sangho Shin

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Bodhi lovingly prepared the bed and planted seeds that came all the way from Korea for Sweetwater Sanctuary. Spinach, beans, cabbage, and more will soon be on the menu for all who visit courtesy of his thoughtful gift. Thank you Bodhi!

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Bon voyage dear friend!

Love,

Kay & Cory

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