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  • Bringing it Home

    Travel Journal from Scotland Findhorn, Scotland | Thu May 12, 2011

    As we sit in our final Living Curriculum Session listening to our focalizers Melissa and Andrea fill us in our final wrapping up details; what we need to do to clean up all the spaces, the schedules for the final days, and other small details to ensure that we are all prepared to leave in a week’s time, a feeling of anxiety fills me. It seems in the last few …

    Findhorn Spring 2011

  • The Search of the Unknown

    Travel Journal from India Pondicherry, India | Tue May 03, 2011

    It is all about what one makes of their opportunities.  From stepping off the plane to traveling and living in the 'city of human unity,' we all have grown and blossomed into the fruit of insight.   It’s hard to convey what we have learned but man did we have a good time!  A journey of silly games, living in tranquility, back flipping into a well to cool off after a …

    In Search of the Unknown

  • FOOD!

    Travel Journal from India Auroville, India | Mon May 02, 2011

    Food. Everyone eats it. eVeryone needs it. So how does it work here in Auroville? That's what my research group focused on throughout our semester. We got to visit a handful of Auroville's farms, the foundation of the local food supply. There's Anapurna farm, where an expansive 130 acres supply 2% of Auroville's grain. Solitude, Buddha Garden, Windarra and Siddhartha, and the new Brihaspati and Ayyarpady farms, which produce somewhere …


  • expectations will always be exceeded if you dont have any.

    Travel Journal from India Auroville, India | Sun May 01, 2011

    the experiences that i create in my head to be something that they are not, never end up the way I imagine them to be. Those experiences that I arrive at with arms wide open always surpass anything i can imagine. The beauty is in the continual experience of something new, so how could I formulate the experience in my mind from only old memories. By not comparing my future …

    the end of the beginning

  • Seedbank Gardens

    Travel Journal from Afghanistan Afghanistan | Mon May 02, 2011

    As part of my Food Group capstone project, we visited Pebble Garden, an organic seedbank garden.  Bernard and Deepika founded this garden in 1994. When they began, it was entirely pebbles and laterite soil, hence its name. Using the only available biomass on site- the acacia trees –they created a fertile garden.  They collected the fallen acacia leaves and broke them into small pieces by hand. Then they layered this …

    Seedbank Gardens

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