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Binary code 10000011010 number

In abstract, Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, close up, Colour photography, Fotografia, iPhone photography, iPhoneography, Macro, Minimal photography, nature, Photography, Smartphone Photography, Words of music on 2022/01/09 at 04:00

According to Buddha

To meet someone who really hurts you is to meet a rare and precious treasure. Hold that person in high esteem, and make full use of the opportunity to eradicate your defects and make progress on the path. If you cannot yet feel love and compassion for those who treat you badly, it is a sign that your mind has not been fully transformed and that you need to keep working on it with increased application

*(simile) To sting severely, to cause a sensation of stinging, especially said of cold weather. To my small hands, the bitter wind cuts like a knife, freezing my fingers and numbing my circulation. 

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very fresh days at home in the kitchen ~ Etown – Amiskwaciwâskahikan ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ  ~ January 2022

  1. Cool compositions. Wonderful blue.

  2. Love the analogy and brilliant colors and composition. Beautiful post Hedy 💛🙏🏼💛

  3. Cuddling up in the kitchen can nourish the tummy, the heart, and the head.
    Stay warm

  4. Wonderful series Hedy! Brussels sprouts! I’m having red cabbage today. (When sliced one of the prettiest veggies on earth. 🙂 )

    • ☺️🙏thanks kindly Peter…hope the red cabbage was delicious 😋brussel sprouts are cute and pretty…and also delicious 😋 hoping your new year is going well ~ hugs hedy 🤗💫

  5. This is both beautiful and clever. Have a great week, Hedy.

  6. Beautifully binary. Totally hot and cold.

  7. The grain structure of those knives is amazing! Such beauty there, so eloquently remembered by the snow. I love also the smooth and viscous droplets of melted water portrayed beside the brittle, patterned veins of ice. Always intriguing sights to behold here, Hedy!

  8. Love your quote on this one, Hedy. Such an important but difficult lesson.
    Lovely images which convey that self-same duality of warm nourishment and bitter lessons.

  9. oh your words with your visuals cut straight to the heart and are sooooo true Hedy.
    i love it… they are our best teachers.. !!💖👏👏👏🙏

  10. That first quote is so important. Once really internalized, it can help someone go very far in forgiveness and empathy.

    • ☺️🤓it works…and I remind myself not to hang in the rear-view mirror too long…it can be tough at times ~ appreciate your thoughtfulness Hetty ~ sending hugs and joy 🤍🕊🤗

  11. Brilliantly creative photos that pair perfectly with your shared words. ✨

  12. Oh how wonderful these paired images are. I love them!
    Alison

  13. Such great words. I need to practice a lot.

  14. In a cutting mood …

  15. I really like your binary series. Great work, Hedy.

  16. Wonderful compositions Hedy.
    As for Today’s Buddha quote, I’m afraid I will not be saved. (I tend to fight back…) 🤣
    But I’ll give it a thought. An Asian E-friend who’s into martial arts once quoted “Your adversary is not your enemy, s/he is your teacher…” 🙏🏻

  17. A trio of diptychs that pleases the eyes….
    Smiles coming your way, Hedy!

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