Om Shanti (Sanskrit: ॐ शान्तिः) is an invocation for peace or an invocation to God and is usually chanted three times to become om shanti shanti shanti. This mantra means “om, peace, peace, peace.” The phrase can be seen as a salutation, but it appears mostly in Hindu and Buddhist prayers, writings and ceremonies. John said “peace to god”, peace to sisters/brothers and peace to ourselves. While I was disappointed more people didn’t take advantage of this, I was so grateful to participate myself. I’m wondering if Facebook algorithms are affecting event information. Please let us know the best way to let YOU know what’s going on at Frost Free.
A few of us enjoyed chair yoga with John Wall this Saturday morning before the plant party. Beautiful pots of herbs and scented geraniums are available while supplies last thanks to our Cheshire County Conservation Grant and intern, Millie Richards. Any one have connections to living quarters for her Graduate studies in Montana? Strawberry & Banana Mint varieties for iced tea, golden & variegated oregano, Sage, Sorrel, thyme and chives for a sunny window indoors or on the porch. Scented geraniums also thanks to our generous and hardworking neighbors at Cheshire Floral Farm. What a day.