Not in any religious way. I mean living a simple life in a monestary, getting your needs met and little social expectations.
I just want to go where there is no, or not much talking.
I prefer the simple life, but being around others tends to make it more complex.
When I was Catholic, I tried to become a nun for several years. I tried four convents and eventually succeeded in getting into one. Four months later I left, and a month after that I converted to Islam. I love the voluntary poverty of a monastic life and still like to live a simple life.
no, sounds really boring to be isolated like that.
I some time feel that way…there is a lots of monastery near where i live.!!!
When I was 18 I used to work at a restaurant called Monks Retreat It’s specialty was fondue. I think I lasted a week or two. It was a year before I got diagnosed but I was freaking out pretty badly with anxiety and just generally feeling bad.
Do monks eat fondue? In fact what is fondue?
You must try cheese fondue, or chocolate fondue… Oh man I haven’t eaten a good fondue in ages!
Fondue is heated melted cheese with a little alcohol in a special pot. It is brought to your table with a bowl of french bread cut into one inch squares. They give everyone at the table an extra long fork and you spear a piece of french bread on the fork and dip it into the cheese then eat it. It’s actually very good. You can get chocolate fondue too. Melted chocolate in a pot and they give you grapes to dip in it or pieces of cookie or other fruit.
There’s also fondue with oil, and you put the meat in it and eat it with sauces
Looks good. Also looks fairly unhealthy!
There is no such word associated with fondue
@Minnii is someone from Scotland calls some food unhealthy you know it must be really unhealthy We are lucky to reach 50 years old here.
Yep. I was just too lazy to write it, lol.
But you must try fondue once in your life. It’s like a requirement, it almost unlocks an achievement
Eaten fondue = level up EXP +200pts
I think be a monk can give you inner peace.
That’s actually the problem with becoming a monk. You will not get a piece for the rest of your life.
Yeah, poorer and poorer.