The three perpendicular elevated lines of grass are to counteract the garden’s steep inclination. Buried under them is wood, good soil, and a drip irrigation watering pipe. The big holes filled with wood, stones, and bricks are for water collecting. In the smaller holes around them we placed a banana plant each. And now it’s time to let things recover and grow.
About Hans Rippel
After having lived in six countries on four continents and traveled to over 40 countries on six continents, I now have come to see myself as a citizen of the world. In that spirit, I celebrate diversity and I am eager to continuously learn about myself and the world I live in. On my journey in life, I have obtained a B.A. in psychology with positive psychology as my main passion and interest as well as a minor in Religious Studies and a Buddhist Studies certificate. In addition, I am continuously exploring how to optimize mental and physical health to enhance the quality of life for both myself and the people around me. My interests include reading educational non-fiction books about psychology, physical health, sciences, philosophy, and religion. Among my hobbies, I enjoy playing squash, swimming, running, rock climbing, hiking, biking, and general physical exercise.
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this is fantastic
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