sloppy buddhist

a number novel by Thomas M. Disch

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Chronicle, iPhone photography, Outsider view, Reflection, sloppy buddhist, Story, Street photography, Truth, Visual Narrative, Words of music on 2015/02/18 at 07:00

According to Buddha

No light is comparable to the light of wisdom. The light of wisdom awaits all those who learn and put into practice the teachings of taming the mind. It shines everywhere without discrimination, like the light of the Buddha’s Dhamma which never discriminates against anyone.

hedy bach iPhoneography

hedy bach iPhoneography




old man lyin’ by the side of the road
where the lorries rollin’ by
blue moon sinkin’ from the weight of the load
and the buildings scrape the sky
red lights flashin’ through the window in the rain
can you hear the sirens moan
cold wind rippin’ on the valley at dawn
and the morning paper flies
don’t let it bring you down
it’s only castle’s burning
find someone who’s turning
and you will come around
you will come around

  *** NYC ~ E 42nd Street ~ room with a view + Audrey Hepburn ~ February 2015.

  1. Ah, a great song.

  2. Lovely photos ! And the song…one of the best moments of American beautiful and haunting. Creative post.

  3. oh yes Vancouver on a sunny day is a so beautiful 😀 compose a happy evening Hariod ~ smiles hedy

  4. windows of reflection 🙂

  5. The light of wisdom…you seem to have captured this perfectly in your photos 🙂
    I couldn’t agree more to the concept you mention, “No light is comparable to the light of wisdom.”

  6. I have really enjoyed this great *Light* essay with words. That top image resembles a Thai palace magically descended into a western megacity. Magical. Shadows.

    • thanks kindly Steven for noting the light…it was magical for me to see the movement of the light along the buildings…Thailand would also be beautiful to see…compose a happy week 😀

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