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Cositas De Dhamma Neru

June 13, 2009

Vipassana church bells: a Burmese hand gong

Dhamma Neru, as most of y’all know, is the meditation center in Barcelona where I was living when I arrived in Spain.

In my three months meditating there and volunteering in the kitchen and the garden, I only took out my camera twice: once in March, and once in April.

Both times, what drew my attention the most were las cositas — the little things.

Outside the meditation hall

Outside the meditation hall

Baked bananas with coconut and chopped hazlenuts.  So good.

Baked bananas with coconut and chopped hazlenuts. So good.

The real joy of cooking: feeding 80 people who are facing their minds.

The real joy of cooking: feeding 80 people who are facing their minds.

Non-harming + pest control = "Escoba de Hormigas":  Ant Broom.

Non-harming + pest control = "Escoba Hormigas": Ant Broom.

Every morning for breakfast Natalia made herself some version of this lovely quinoa.

Every morning for breakfast Natalia made herself some version of this lovely quinoa.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. bohemiankitsch permalink
    June 15, 2009 3:48 pm

    SO LOVELY!

    just makes me smile from ear to ear.

    thank you for sharing.

  2. Aurore permalink
    July 7, 2009 4:41 am

    Dear dhama sister..

    thanks a lot for sharing thoses moments of PURE Happyness.
    it made me crying , tears of love….

    Peace and Harmony

  3. Luis permalink
    June 3, 2011 10:54 pm

    Hello,

    I’m a server of Dhamma Neru and by luck just arrived to your blog! We found the images so beautiful and we wander if we can use them for anounce the work periods here in Dhamma Neru. You can conctact me to the email,
    Lots of Metta

    Luis from Dhamma Neru

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