Central to our understanding of the Buddhist tradition is that the foundation of an enlightened society rests on the richness of nutritious food, communication, and meditation,” said Craig Adams. “We strengthen our bodies by proper diet, connect with each other through conversation, and free our minds through the practice of meditation.” So began my conversation with Adams and his wife Lucy Altemus, owners, Windhorse Cafe, on the last day of operation of their pretty little restaurant in El Centro. After six years, thousands of pies and breakfasts, and a collection of conversations that resemble the stars in heaven, it was…
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