The duo occurs not on stage, but in an ideal rural barn.
When you name a cow after the Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama in Portuguese), you might consider that eminence awaits him. Master Siddhartha Gautama sounds similar to an opera star on this occasion as he joins Patricia Varela Favano in singing the song.
The duo occurs not on stage, but in an ideal rural barn in the state of Minas Gerais. Both Patricia and the enormous brute look peaceful as they sit calmly on the ground. She hums a tender as well as dreamlike melody when the cow unexpectedly cuts in with a cute low note.
Patricia is 48 years old and runs the Santuario Vale da Rainha together with her husband named Victor. She believes “we can sense calmness, joy as well as deep peace in life, and how we are in touch with Mother Nature and even among us humans is known to be part of that salvation.”
A deep melodic moan will warm your heart and make you wonder what else these animals are capable of. Patricia also says, “Human spirits can be moved and filled with it, giving a sense of awareness that there is a deeper sense and order to life that highlights all existence.”