sloppy buddhist

Jeanne Louise Calment’s lifespan

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according to Buddha

Peace comes from within.  Do not seek it without.

 “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.”

  1. thanks kindly *likers* i do appreciate you stopping by! 🙂

  2. I really like the previous post as I can relate to that, but this one pique’s my sense of humour and understanding — the cracks let the light in! I’d always had an interest in old ruins and used to wander about them with great expectation as the light coming in through those gaps and, yes, cracks, made for interesting highlights within. As a person, I like the idea that a crack in my person will let the light in, to shine on something most may not ever see, normally! Great post, sloppy, and love the doorknockers find, especially the hand.

    • oh thanks kindly Janina…shifting our identities so we can live new scripts…our truths…i also like the words from Cohen’s song…thanks for the comment as always! have a lovely day with lots of light!

  3. Perfect. The role, the potential strength, of imperfection. And the perfect visual theme to go with it.

    • thanks kindly Penny for your comments and thoughtful reflections…always encouraging…love it!

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