6113Re: [fukuoka_farming] india
- Apr 18, 2007Hello Keefe,
have you try to go to Subhash Palekar's farming. He lives in Maharashtra. He
wrote books of Spiritual Farming.
On 4/19/07, keefekeeley <keefekeeley@...> wrote:
> i just spent a month on a farm in central india doing natural farming.
> this time has convinced me that when i return to my home in the
> united states this is what i want to do. i have three months
> remaining for my travels, and so i have a few questions for anyone in
> the group:
> 1) any suggestions on other farms that are worth a visit/stay in
> india? i am hoping to head down to bhaskar save's farm later on.
> 2) is it feasible and worth it for me to visit japan on my way home to
> the usa and check out natural farming there?
> 3) i am quite keen to learn about the spiritual/philosophical aspect
> of natural farming. i read the recent zen thread and it got me
> a-thinking. has there been any discussion of fukuoka and lao tzu?
> any suggestions or leads for places to visit, people to contact, or
> further reading?
> thanks bundles,
> Yahoo! Groups Links
When once passing through to the mountains, I saw rocks, some resting on
their knees, some bending, some standing. I asked, "O hard-hearted monsters,
what secret is there in your charm?" They answered in a silent voice, "That
we do not assert ourselves." (Hazrat Inayat Khan)
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