When you name a cow after The Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama in Portugues), you might think it will be destined for greatness. In this case, Master Sidarta Gautama sounds like an opera star, when he joins Patrica Varela Favano singing a song.
The duet takes place not on a stage, but in the comfort of the barn in the idyllic countryside of Minas Gerais. Both Patrica and the enormous bovine look relaxed as they sit comfortably on the floor. She sings a soft and dreamy tune when suddenly the cow harmonizes, with a lovely low note.
Patricia is 48-years-old and runs the Santuario Vale Da Rainha with her husband, Victor. She believes that “we can feel there is serenity, joy, and deep peace about life and how we interact with mother nature and even among us humans are known to be part of this rescue.”
The deep sound of the melodic mooing will warm your heart and leave you wondering what other things these animals are capable of. Patrica also says, “Human souls can be touched and filled through it, giving a sense of knowing that there is a deeper meaning of life and an order that underlies all of existence.”