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In Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Words of music on 2018/07/11 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Sing songs that none have sung, think thoughts that ne’er in the brain have rung; walk in paths that none have trod; weep tears as none have shed for spirit. Give peace to all to whom none other gave, claim them your own who’s everywhere disclaimed. Love all with love that none have felt and brave the battle of life with strength unchained.

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keep your thoughts to yourself and you’ll be fine
don’t let them see the light of day
tell the people what they want to hear
and you’ll always have the right thing to say

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just after dark monday morning ~ Etown, Alberta ~ July 2018

  1. Stunning sunsets, Hedy, and thanks so much for introducing me to a new song and new singers. I love this one! And of course the Buddha quote is always full of wisdom. 🙂

  2. charming and captivating, photos and words that move the heart and soul

    • ☺️💫😊 thank you so much dear Eddie…heartfelt thank you…hope you enjoyed that lovely homemade bread…I’ve never made bread well okay corn bread once ☺️😊 sending you joy💫

  3. Such a beautiful beginning for your week, Hedy!!

  4. Such lovely skies.

  5. Such beautiful skies, Hedy. Cheers for a wonderful week. =)

    • oh yes it’s my favourite time of day…and my week was hot-and-cold…not just in temperature…sometimes life is unpredictable…and needed to make some hard decisions so okay another brand new 24 hours 😀 💫🤓 have a good week are your teaching summer school now…promise I’ll drop by to check out Milford street 🤓💫

  6. Oh my … these are stunning! Show off skies, wonderful images my friend 🙂

  7. Still trying to catch up, Hedy…those are some big, beautiful Canadian skies….

  8. 🙂 “Show-off skies” – love Julie’s interpretation.

    • me too…it’s true they are that way 🤓💫☀️

      • Where I lived recently I could barely see the skies, much of the time, because of all the really tall trees. It’s nice to have abundant trees, no question, but every time I drove north, at a certain bend in the highway the vista opened up, and that worked its magic on me. That’s the fundamental reason we’re here, and not another place.

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