Pureland buddhist since '93/4 living in a dharma community in a small italian mountain village. Before I was in Amsterdam. Still half half and worked in Nepal on and off. Studied languages, contributed in the field of human rights in Latin America and back home. Did MA Intercultural counseling Psychology and buddhist psychology with Amida. Lucky to have
travelled a lot, now slowing down. My father worked as a psychiatrist, being a refugee, we have bolivian, french passport, though I am dutch...and I have worked in Mexico, some relatives are there. Eleusis is inspiring many
of us. Did a writers workshop with Satya and kept many good friends from that period. Namo Amida Bu
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Since 1996 visited first when it was Amida, then always kept in touch.
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Friendship, dharma studies exchange.
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As far as my life goes, it is pretty boring; nothing too exciting or too adventurous. We had a ‘minor scare’ over Christmas, however, but it turned out to be nothing but a change in hormones. Had it come to fruition it would have meant another three years of my life doing nothing but the same thing that I have been doing for the past six years, and boy oh boy, I am so relieved that it was just a scare. You can never be too careful, and at the same time you can’t even plan the perfect time to…
I am currently in Milan - a fine city. This is the commercial hub of Italy, home of many big names and innumerable small enterprises that attract shoppers from all over the world. There is quite a strong sense of energy here. The biggest tourist attractions are La Scala and the Cathedral.
L'engouement quasi mystique qu'a suscité la mort de Johnny Hallyday m'a incité à réfléchir sue un phénomène qui m'est apparu comme un substitut de religiosité...
Un monstre sacré La mort de Johnny Halliday et ses obsèques le 8 décembre 2017
Il y a eu comme une sorte de fièvre médiatique lors de la mort – pourtant attendue – de notre chanteur national Johnny Halliday (Jean-Philippe Smet). Il venait de décéder un jour, après Jean d’Ormesson, et le dernier événement a en…