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In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Foto, FujiX100s, Humour, Photography, Street photography, Uncategorized on 2018/02/14 at 05:00

According to Buddha

When you run after your thoughts, you are like a dog chasing a stick: every time a stick is thrown, you run after it. Instead, be like a lion who, rather than chasing after the stick, turns to face the thrower. One only throws a stick at a lion once.

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what’s chasing you? ooh-ooh-ooh oooh
what’s chasing you? ooh-ooh-ooh oooh

i don’t understand a single word that you say
baby are you talking to me?
words that twist around a wire again make
you send through all your secrets to your heart (this line i’m not sure)

what’s chasing you? ooh-ooh-ooh oooh
what’s chasing you? ooh-ooh-ooh oooh

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mutt running ~ Edmonton, Alberta ~ February ~  2018

barrett and davenport’s book number

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Fotografia, Humour, iPhone photography, iPhoneography, Mobile photography, Photography, Words of music on 2017/11/01 at 04:00

According to Buddha

The moment we become passive in relaxation — slipping into the subconscious and letting our minds wander in restless thoughts or drift into daydreaming — we actually diminish our level of relaxation. This is why deep meditation, even though it requires great energy and focus, is so much more relaxing than sleep.

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purr
purr
meow
purr
chirps, trills, and chirrups
chatter
purr
purr

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Cat + Dog ~ iPhone shots in Edmonton, Alberta ~ October 2017

Happelia number

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Emotion, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Humour, Lifestyle, Photography, Street photography, Urban life, Words of music on 2017/06/21 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Of the three ways to expand human consciousness into cosmic consciousness, the first is the social way, wherein you shut out self and live for all. Be loyal to your friends, and feel love for everyone.

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i know you’ll never bring me flowers
flowers they will only die
and though we’ll never take a shower together
i know you’ll never make me cry

you never argue, you don’t even talk
and i like the way you let me lead you
when we go outside and walk

will you really be my only man of the hour?

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Dogs with their owners ~ random streets in Toronto  ~ June 2017

NC&StL steam locomotive number

In Black and White Photography, Body, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Documentary, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Humour, Monochromia, Street photography, Words of music on 2017/06/14 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Concentration consists in focusing one hundred percent attention upon one thing at a time. All efficient people possess some power of concentration as a byproduct of the vocation or avocation they follow.

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i ride my bike, i roller skate, don’t drive no car
don’t go too fast, but i go pretty far
for somebody who don’t drive i been all round the world
some people think i done all right for a girl
well, i got a brand new pair of roller skates
you got a brand new key
i think that we should get together and try them out, you see
i been looking around awhile, you got something for me
oh, i got a brand new pair of roller skates
you got a brand new key

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World Naked Bike Ride, Dundas Street Toronto ~ June 2017

Wendler’s strength training book number

In Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Edmonton, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Humour, Lifestyle, Macro, Minimal photography, Monochromia, Music words, Photography, Story on 2017/01/08 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Millions of people never analyze themselves. Mentally they are mechanical products of the factory of their environment, preoccupied with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, working and sleeping, and going here and there to be entertained. They don’t know what or why they are seeking, nor why they never realize complete happiness and lasting satisfaction. By evading self-analysis, people go on being robots, conditioned by their environment. True self-analysis is the greatest art of progress.

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oh, saturday night
mmm, everyone’s having fun
i’m down at the laundromat
trying to get my washing done
like I done before
time and time again
watching the clothes go ’round
another week sees its end

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my laundry room ~ Edmonton, Alberta ~ January 2017

Fiat’s 1928 SS model number

In Black and White Photography, Body, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Emotion, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Humour, Lifestyle, Monochromia, Photography, Street, Street photography, Urban life, Words of music on 2016/12/18 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Analyze yourself. All emotions are reflected in the body and mind. Envy and fear cause the face to pale, love makes it glow.

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if you want a lover
i’ll do anything you ask me to
and if you want another kind of love
i’ll wear a mask for you
and if you want a partner, take my hand
and if you want to strike me down in anger
here i stand, i’m your man

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Lisbon, Rua Costa do Castelo ~ April 2016

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In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Canada, Edmonton, Emotion, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, FujiX100s, Humour, Imagemaker, Lifestyle, Photography, Photowalking, Street photography on 2016/10/05 at 05:00

According to Buddha

To try to practice and to try not to practice are both practice. I would rather say listen, be attentive, and see that you really are not attentive. When you see in certain moments in daily life that you are not attentive, in those moments you are attentive. Then see how you function. That is very important. Be completely objective. Don’t judge, compare, criticize, evaluate. Become more and more accustomed to listening. Listen to your body, without judging, without reference – just listen. Listen to all the situations in daily life. Listen from the whole mind, not from a mind divided by positive and negative. Look from the whole, the global.

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she’s gonna listen to her heart
it’s gonna tell her what to do
well, she might need a lot of lovin’
but she don’t need you

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Suki, Terwillegar Park, Edmonton Alberta ~ August 2016

Fahrenheit number of Bradbury’s novel

In Alberta, Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Fotografia, FujiX100s, Humour, Imagemaker, Lifestyle, Photography, Reflection, Urban life, Words of music on 2016/04/03 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Cheerfulness is very important to health. It is the best antiseptic that you can have — plus the thought that you are all right. 

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nighthawks at the diner of Emma’s 49’er
there’s a rendezvous of strangers around the coffee urn tonight
all the gypsy hacks and the insomniacs
now the paper’s been read, now the waitress said
eggs and sausage and a side of toast
coffee and a roll, hash browns over easy
chili in a bowl with burgers and fries
what kind of pie? yeah…

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kitchen ~ random things ~ Edmonton, March 2016.

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In Alberta, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Edmonton, Emotion, Foto, Fotografia, Fotos, Humour, iPhone photography, iPhoneography, Lifestyle, Mobile photography, Photography, Reflection, Visual story telling, Words of music on 2016/03/16 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Look fear in the face and it will cease to trouble you.

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the lion’s outside of your door
the wolf’s in your bed
the lion’s claws are sharpened for war
the wolf’s teeth are red
and what a monstrous sight he makes
mocking man’s best friend

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cat and dog ~ Edmonton, Alberta ~ March 2016.

Code page number of the original IBM PC

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Chronicle, Edmonton, Humour, Lifestyle, Photography, Photowalking, Reflection, Street photography, Words of music on 2016/02/14 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Love gives joy. We love love because it gives us such intoxicating happiness. So love is not the ultimate; the ultimate is bliss.

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i saw it coming like summer rain
incoming ocean, oncoming train
i veered in circles to get off your path
i tried to warn you
that this would be the kiss that counted
the one that mattered
my life before me undone
this would be the kiss that counted

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Millcreek Ravine, Edmonton ~ February 2016.

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