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In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Documentary, Fotografia, Lifestyle, Photography, Urban life, Words of music on 2019/04/17 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Before speaking, notice what motivates your words.

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i’m leaving the table
i’m out of the game
i don’t know the people
in your picture frame

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Schwartz’s Deli Montréal QC ~ April 2019

  1. Vale LC. A truly awesome talent.

    But as for the ‘Buddha quote’, I prefer to acknowledge I don’t really know what motivates me than imagine I’ve ‘noticed’ it. Free will vs determinism; unconscious drives, self-delusion and post-facto justification; the infinitely tangled mess of cause and effect (karma and vipaka) … it’s all way too much for the likes of me. I’d rather plead ignorance (avidya).

  2. Great set of images!

  3. nice street
    photography!
    using a little
    point & shoot? 🙂

  4. You’re in Montreal! One of my fave cities. These photos, so carefully and thoughtfully framed – I love the way you capture the light.
    Alison

    • so fun to be away for a bit…and yes Montreal is a beautiful city indeed…and thank you kindly for your words Alison I appreciate you saying…have a happy day ☺️🌞

  5. I like Montreal. Nices pictures.

    • me too Alex…it has beautiful architecture as well…thank you for saying I appreciate your j=kind comments 🤓 compose a happy day ~ sending you joy 💫❤️

  6. I heard they have the best smoke meat in Montréal,i never been there,this looks like a reason to try them lol…have a great day Hedy 😉

  7. Lovely pictures. As a series, they almost are like a story board for a film.

  8. I’m impressed by the images, Hedy, again. So close and tangible. Impressing! Smiles to you 🙂

  9. I love how you switch from one atmosphere to the other, from orchids in B&W to a warm sepia Deli. It’s like jumping from one time-space continuum to the other. 🙂
    Dankje Hedy

  10. And on the Buddha quote, here is one from my grandmother: before speaking count your ears: two; your mouth: one; then think how much you should listen vs speak?

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