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how beautiful. I am glad i will see everything with my own eyes soon. I am so looking forward to return to Eleusis! See you soon.

Yes, it does look beautiful.

Aloha Dharmavidya. Beautiful pictures and fond memories. Kakahiaka no, indeed it is morning here and the howling trade winds of yesterday have ceased. Much bird song and gentle reminders of the beauty of our world. Much aloha. Namo Amida Bu

It is very beautiful here, especially at this time of year. Soon all the trees will come into leaf.

Beautiful! NAB

Annette came to visit today. We wandered around the grounds through the proliferation of flowers - purpureum, veronica, daisy, violet, primula, celandine, sloe blossom, cherry blossom, daffodils, dandelion - all quite glorious, either massed together or spread out along the forest paths, nodding their heads in the sunshine. Then we had coffee and cake with cream, sitting in the refectory looking out on the rose garden. All delightful. I feel that it is a great privilege to live and work in such a place - a little pure land on earth. 

Sounds so lovely. Do post more photos for those of us living in the city...

Oh, wow. Thanks :-)

Very beautiful!!!

Thank you to share!  Happy you are in such a beautiful place.

love and hugh

Namo Amida Bu

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