Boróka in the forest. The children know all of the plants, and they know exactly what is edible, what is not.
Andrea and Bojti in the vegetable garden. Slowly the family is becoming self-supporting.
In the winter kitchen they talk about the daily tasks every morning.
The family has found their religion in Hinduism. They do not eat meat and eggs. The animals are kept only because the family love them, and the parents want the children to learn how to care for them, and how to be responsible.
Bojtorján in Zala in only a few Celsius degrees.
Péter is taking care of the cows.
Bíborka and the fresh plants. The children do their share in the everyday duties.
Bendegúz and Bíborka in the thick of the forest. They know exactly what is edible, what is not.
The Paulics family with four children live at the edge of the Göcsej woods far from the noise of the town. The family owns a ten-acre farm. They hope to become fully self-supporting. They grow wheat, vegetables and fruit. They keep cows and goats. Milk is used for making cheese and butter. The children study at home and have very good results at the school exams in the nearby school. Despite the fact that they have chosen to live in the nature instead of the noise of the the town, the children are not isolated from the outside world. The children have already been abroad, in Budapest, and at sea, too. They use the internet, the telephone and tablet, this latter only when the parents are near. They believe that going back to nature can change the negativity and the rush of today’s world.