- I can make desserts out of leafs, and I think that’s something.
- Every morning I greet myself in the mirror: Hi, still there? Great!
- I’m just writing all the time, sketching poems without thinking much.
- My favorite word is unbridled.
- As a child, I walked to school barefooted for a week, and I was extremely happy while feeling life with my feet that way; raw, honest, and immediate, like meditation.
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Virág Janits-Szabó: Pleasure Cooking
Buddhas in the kitchen The author of Pleasure Cooking is a well-known urban yogi who believes that cooking, serving and the nourishment of the family are the perfect ways to live through our inner harmony – not to mention that eating delicious food is a pleasure. This book however is not an esoteric work, rather it is an interesting combination of great dishes, herbs, colors, tastes, energies, surprising ideas and simple meditation exercises into a piquant cookbook. The recipes, herb guides and spiritual exercises of the thematic chapters gives a hint to the readers on how to live through these feelings by cooking. ISBN: 978-615-5417-03-0 Year of publication: 2015 Cover: hardcover Number of Pages: 200 Size (mm): 205x240 Weight (g): 990 Language: hungarian
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Virág Janits-Szabó: Seeing Tale
Trees, elves, adventures A charming, animated tale about a little girl who not only looks, but sees. She sees and hears things that people around her could only suspect at most: elves fooling around in the yard, trees talking and dancing, dwellers of fairyland hiding behind the wall... And when a storm opens the boundary between the two worlds, the little girl helps one of the lost fabled creatures to get back to its home. She gets help in this adventure not only from talking trees, naughty elves and her new friend help, but also her family, who realizes what a heart-warming and beautiful thing is to learn to see. ISBN: 978-615-5417-08-5 Year of publication: 2015 Cover: hardcover Number of Pages: 80 Size (mm): 255x255 Weight (g): 677 Language: hungarian