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Brian Boru & the Battle book number

In British Columbia, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, FujiX100V, Landscape, minimalism, New Topographics, Street photography, Words of music on 2021/09/05 at 04:00

According to Buddha

On the mundane level, the clear comprehension of impermanence, suffering and non-self will bring us a saner outlook on life. It will free us from unrealistic expectations, bestow a courageous acceptance of suffering and failure and protect us against the lure of deluded assumptions and beliefs. In our quest for the supra-mundane comprehension of the three characteristics will be indispensable.

but i’m coming down the mountain again
get the word to all my good-time friends
the fishing was fine but fishing comes to an end
i’m coming down the mountain again


a week or so ago ~ along Eden Rd, Clearwater, BC ~ August 2021

  1. Brian Buro? 💪

  2. I really like the houses hidden behind grass.

    • The grasses were so tall and thick…and the sunshine on the mountain made it a perfect place to be Rabirius 🌞👌🕊sending you joy hedy 💫

  3. It looks like you found a wonderful abandoned place. Have a great week, Hedy.

  4. Knowing what lies in front of me
    is a great accomplishment.
    Success abounds.
    Good days are much better than
    bad days. Let’s have one Hedy,
    shall we, smiling, Eddie

    • Good days abound Eddie…sending you all good things…I feel like ‘what’s next’…and I’m happy for you…that feeling of accomplishment is a good one…now I’ve got that old song in my head…
      Yes, it’s a good day for singin’ a song,
      And it’s a good day for movin’ along;
      Yes, it’s a good day, how could anything go wrong,
      A good day from mornin’ till night….remember that one? Sending big love and hugs 🤗🤍🕊hedy

  5. Your beautiful photos tell an interesting story and your words are thought-provoking.

  6. Wow incredible clicks Hedy and your sloppy Buddha posts not too sloppy 💖💖💖🙏🙏🙏🌷🤣🤗

  7. You tell a big story with so few images. 🙂 Well done!

  8. The relief that comes with accepting the fact of suffering is amazing. What’s nearly impossible is accepting the suffering of others. I don’t know how to square that.

    • Right Hetty…that is a relief…freeing and softening for me personally☺️🤓often I get lost in Buddhist thinking how to mindfully balance three essential areas of practice…I’m sure there is more…but I wonder about ‘Bearing Witness, or exposing ourselves to the suffering of the world in all its forms in order to make wise decisions, activate our natural compassion, and awaken a sense of urgency. How do we Bear Witness without becoming overwhelmed, depressed, or despairing? We embrace it as a noble practice of compassion and wisdom’…but I don’t know…more wisdom I’m thinking could be a good thing…open hearts and empathy…action…often I don’t know what to do…appreciate your response…sending you joy ☺️🕊hedy

  9. Love the opening shot Hedy.
    Have a happy week 🌼 🙏

    • Thank you Alison yes I need to do a solo trip like you…I’ve got an assignment of gas stations 🤓🧐so I’m thinking a wee drive into the countryside will be a good idea…have another fun adventure yourself 🙃🙂🤗💛

  10. Viens sur la montagne, tout près du ciel, y’a ma maison…

    • Thank you Brian for Marie Laforêt…nice…live on a mountain ☺️ could be fine! 🤓sending joy 💫🌞

      • AUB. She had the prettiest eyes of more than a decade. And a much better voice than many French singers. It was one of many of my parents’ songs. I probably still have the single somewhere… joy back. 🌹

  11. Il faut aller sur la montagne plus souvent. The photos are really nice. You show the ambience of the house with an interesting magnetism.

    • I’ve been the twice now and I can imagine the farm in it’s day 🤓🌞the light on the mountains was beautiful to me…I would go there again in a heartbeat Alex 🤍🕊☺️

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