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I’m a 19 years old girl named Amiera Eifra.
A girl who had just recovered herself from the disease of cannot-find-her-own-identity, who finally found her true-self through learning Permaculture. “Permaculture? What’s that Amiera?” No joke, but I do get that a lot. Relax guys, it’s not as weird as it sounds. Before this, I used to end up answering “Google it” , giving up trying to explain. Whenever they see working, they often get the idea that Permaculture is all about working hours under the sun as a farmer, when actually, there is a lot more to it rather than just what people think.
Saiyede Syeikh ‘Aleey Abdul Qadir, the Chairman and Trustee of Alamiyah Institute London, was the person who introduced me to this field as a way for me to work with the nature, and get closer to my Creator. With that, my beloved parents started helping me to find out more about this, Google lead our way through and we found Murujan. I registered myself as a volunteer as well as a participant of the upcoming Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) Course.
Now, I have graduated from the course and currently on my Permaculture Adventure (permieventure) all around the world starting with my own country, Malaysia. Follow me on my journey as I gain more and more experience to become a great permaculturist one day. So boys and girls, sit down, relax, and continue reading my posts as I am very positive that you will begin to feel the unbelievable changes to yourself that you might slooooowwlyyy want to crawl into this course.