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In Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, created by Hedy Bach, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Landscape, Minimal photography, Photography, Words of music on 2020/03/29 at 04:00

According to Buddha

The freer I get, the higher I go. The higher I go, the more I see. The more I see, the less I know. The less I know, the more I’m free.

hedy bach images - tree shadows - 5

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now when i see those snowdrops
in March
my heart soars
back living a fairytale

a being in wonder
just as before


a day or so ago ~ North Saskatchewan RiverEdmonton, AB  ~ March 2020

  1. Ah, you had the snowy March weather as well. Our snow is almost gone again. Have a great week, Hedy. Stay safe.

    • we have more 🙃🙂spring in Alberta 🤦‍♀️ hoping you’re doing well too Chris ~ smiles hedy

      • All is well here. I thought I’d be bored but moving my classes online is keeping me busy.

        • I taught on line at the U for 3 years…I enjoyed designing the courses…but I didn’t feel connected to the teaching and learning with graduate students…many didn’t read…I felt a disconnect for what I thought was needed for quality learning…but now it seems this will be a move for all learners here K-12…who knows…I’m with you on I’m never bored…albeit I do feel cabin fever but that’s also with our loooooooooooooooong winters…stay well and enjoy your teaching Chris ~ smiles hedy 🤓🙃🙂

          • I miss the connection of an actual classroom. I think it’s a benefit to have met for several months in class before going online.

          • For sure and then you can gather them back together online as you’ve built a teaching relationship with them…I read a good piece about how cities will open up again and the authors spoke about new directions for education…who knows…have a relaxing evening Chris 💫

  2. Love the pictures.

  3. Beautiful. There you have March snow; here gray clouds. They bring life-giving rain.

  4. Don’t let those shadows overtake you!

  5. The less I know the more I’m free? That’s an interesting one. I’ve always preferred the “referent” source of power (According to French and Raven), though I have obviously “used” most of the other sources…
    Hmmm. Allow me to interpret it so: If I know that I cannot know all, then I am open to any new knowledge?
    (Can’t live without knowledge I’m afraid)
    Thank you for the thought and images.
    Be good.

    • well those who know me well…know I think and ponder and research so I also stop att points butt then I search and question…I’m glad I’ve got doctors in the family who answer my wonders…I also have learned with practice to let go…and be ok with not knowing…but I want to know, you know…smiles hedy ☺️🤓🤗🙃

      • It is one of the wonders of human nature to want to know, isn’t it? At all cost… My daughter tells us how incredibly fast any news circulates in 3 days on “social networks”. Chloroquine here is out of stock. There have been massive purchase. Just in case. Now lupus patients (who use “Nivaquine” as an additional treatment) can’t find it… Sigh…
        A bientôt, tot ziens…

      • Hence the need to double-check facts now more than ever…

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