On Monday morning, C.F. arrived to Nong Khai. She is from Australia and has been traveling around southeast Asia for a while. We are very happy she has joined Isara here in Nong Khai. Already she has assisted with some of the ILC classes and also a new class we started at the Provincial Hall this evening. Thanks, C.F., and welcome to Isara!! ;D
Welcome to Isara C.F. Thank you for coming to help. Enjoy your time. :)
Welcome, C.F.! What's going on at Provincial Hall? Where is that? :)
Welcome aboard C.F.! Enjoy your time at Isara!
C.F.,I'd like to see what your tiny picture looks like bigger. It doesn't look like an avatar that is available in the forum catalog. :)
I didn't realize that cutting the trees was going to change the beautiful deck area. :( Can someone take a photo? C.F., I'm glad you have felt drawn into Isara's spirit. Spread the love!
Thanks for the update C.F.. Have you been to an English Camp or to the Nong Jang school yet? I highly recommend doing both if you are giving the opportunity.
Thank you for your service C.F.. It sounds like you are helping to show the new volunteers around and I'm sure that means a lot to both Kirk and Ming. Enjoy your time learning with Dave. I never took classes with him, but there was never any question about his passion for teaching. Cheers!
Thank you CF for helping with the many office operations.......... a most important part of Isara. Volunteering with Isara includes a wide range of opportunities to help. Every aspect is greatly appreciated. :D
CF recently left Isara to continue her journey around Asia. She was a lot of help during her stay. Her creative ideas and talent for graphic design really pushed us to do more. We all thank her very much for her help and generous support. Here are a few pics of CF! Thanks again, CF. Have a great time in India!
CF! Its been more than a year since we met and worked for Isara. You haven't heard of me the past year and i feel kind of embarrest about it. I must have lost your email during the first weeks after my departure, very sorry for that. But i never forgot the people that were close to me when i was there, in lovely Nongkhai, which is still to me my second hometown (if it issn't my first place to go back to). Anyway i wanted to know how your time was in India, you've been in an osram right? Did you even try to meet with Osho? And i am curious where your are right now, still traveling through Asia or did you find your way back to Australia? love and peace Jeroen