Hussam Al-Nawab
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Introduce yourself
Salaam - I'm Hussam and reside amongst the green hills of the Dyfi Valley in Machynlleth, Wales.
The Dharma has given so much to me over the years that I am forever grateful to all of the teachers of the Way - Namo Amida Bu -
I love music, reading, good company, and coastal walking amongst many other things.
What is your involvement in Tariki?
Sangha member
Are you a student or have you studied with us?
Studied counselling at Amida/Tariki Trusts.
What can you offer?
Gardening, music, washing up!

Comment Wall (6 comments)

At 22:07 on February 27, 2012, caroline brazier said…

Hi Great to see you at the weekend. Yes, please, do come and do some gardenuing... here or in France.

At 21:20 on February 28, 2012, Stone Fitzgerald said…

Hi Hussam, Yes it was great to see you, hopefully we'll have more time to catch up next time, or maybe you can do that visit to Margate...

At 22:44 on February 28, 2012, Gina Howard said…

Hello Hussam, Yes it was great to see you again and thanks so much for the music, maybe we can play together next time if I can dust my old guitar down. Mind you my stuff is all pretty old hat but it might be fun for a bit. It was a really great weekend wasn't it and am so glad to have been a part of it with you and all the other students. Life is flowing at the moment.

At 17:40 on February 29, 2012, Jeff Harrison said…

Yeah, it was a good day for our respective Reds! Long may it continue...

At 22:48 on February 29, 2012, Joely Hayes said…

Hi Hussam, Thanks, yes I was very sorry to miss it, and had hoped to see you and find out how your placement is going. Hope its all going well. See you May?


At 22:14 on March 27, 2012, Eamon Wolfe said…

Hi Hussam,been in Turkey a bit since the course block but home now til next block.The weather here is lovely-studied in garden today,and I'm getting up to date on distance learning-great.Nice to hear from you.How is life?

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