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Ruth–Aaron’s 8th pair number

In Age, Alberta, Alberta culture, Alberta landscapes, by Hedy Bach, colour photography, Foto, fotografia, fotos, FujiX100s, history, landmarks, Landscape, music words, rural, rural life, street photography on 2016/08/24 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Humanity has been sleeping—and still sleeps—lulled within the narrowly confining joys of its little closed loves. In the depths of the human multitude there slumbers an immense spiritual power which will manifest itself only when we have learnt how to break through the dividing walls of our egoism and raise ourselves up to an entirely new perspective, so that habitually and in a practical fashion we fix our gaze on the universal realities.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

lying in the bed at night
feeling like i’m somebody else
my thoughts inside my head get lost inside the haunted house
everyone i used to know left their dreams by the door
i accidentally kick ’em that’s how i can tell you’re still not sure
and all the walls we build they rise and they fall

***

off highway 56 on route to Drumheller, Alberta ~ August 2016

 

Vilgot Sjöman’s black and white film number

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, colour photography, Faith, flora, Foto, fotografia, fotos, FujiX100s, imagemaker, Landscape, music words, peace, Photography, Reflection, street photography, walking on 2016/08/21 at 05:00

According to Buddha

The cosmic Aum sound is the combined vibration of the three phases of Nature: creation, preservation, and dissolution operative in the physical, astral, and causal universes. The vocal chanting of Aum should be intoned first in a high pitch, representing creation; then in a lower pitch, representing preservation; then in a still lower tone that gradually fades away, representing dissolution. The chanting should be first loudly, then softly, and then gently until it is inaudible, or mental only.

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

Hedy Bach Photography

are we on the lonely side
say oh now the past long away
are we so lost in the dark of our hearts
that there’s no light of day
no oh oh oh
somebody left the gate open
you know we got lost on the way
come save us a runaway train
gone insane
how do we how do we not fade
how do we how do we how do we not fade away
how do we how do we oh

***

Terwillegar ParkEdmonton, Alberta ~ August 2016

70 times 7

In Age, Alberta, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, cars, Emotion, Foto, fotografia, fotos, iPhoneography, Lifestyle, mobile photography, music words, street photography, urban life, Women and Fiction, words of music on 2016/08/17 at 05:00

According to Buddha

The relationship that exists between friends is the grandest of human loves. Friendly love is pure, because it is without compulsion. If you once know divine love, you will never part with it, for there is nothing else like it in the whole universe.

Black Dog ~ worn ~ 4

Black dog ~ worn 2

Black Dog ~ worn ~ 5

Black dog ~ worn ~ 1

Black Dog ~ worn ~ 7

Black Dog ~ worn ~ 8

Black Dog ~ worn ~ 9

i’m out on the street walking home
a small pale blur
leaving trails like a snail
i move so slow
time can bruise
violent indigo
rush home to your arms
you soothe my weary soul
others stray but i won’t
walk away
walk away

***

view from Black Dog FreehouseEdmonton ~ August 2016

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