NAMO is an ancient salutation
in the religious traditions of India
that expresses great respect for the
spiritual master, for knowledge
and experience and
In the context of
it represents growing understanding
of cultural diversity in business, leasure
and everyday work relationships along
with the communication to each other
with care and respect. It stands for
mutual economic development,
while taking the social and
in account too.
flows two ways -
are you aware
by your Indian or Tibetan
would you know
what it means, when a person smiles
at you with a shake of the head?
Early training in intercultural cooperation....
Children of the Koppa project and my daughter Cora paint on the same
sheet of paper.