4 comments on “Patra 070

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    Phyllis Cole-Dai

    I am so grateful to be the first recipient of this bowl. I received it today, October 5, 2013, in Brookings, South Dakota. There are no words to describe how exquisite it is. My relationship with it has just begun. Deep peace to Lynda and everyone who has helped her bring this project to life. It will give life in return.

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    Phyllis Cole-Dai

    Today I passed this bowl to M.G. of Brookings, South Dakota. What a gift, to be part of this beautiful project.

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    Mavis Gehant Post author

    Thank you again for this wonderful gift. (Mine is #70.) You’d sent this one to Phyllis Cole-Dai (A Year of Being Here) who gave it to me. Her passing it on to me was very moving to me. I felt very honored. It has collected slips of paper. On some I have written prayers. On others I have listed things for which I am grateful – people in my life, things I’m learning, a lovely day, health and other things I might not have thought about or otherwise appreciated.

    Here is #70 filled with gratitude and prayers. I had it in front of a window and loved how the light shone on it.
    Thank you again for sharing these with us.

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    Dan Hammang

    Just visiting your site after reading Phyllis Cole-Dai’s entry in her blog. It has been several years since her loving, generous post. I wanted to learn more about the project and the history of the passing of patria #70. This idea, this craft, this practice, this manifestation of the impermanence and interconnection of all things…is received and deeply felt. Thank you for your work and your offering.

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