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Natural logarithm number of 6.1882641230826

In Age, Alberta, Alberta culture, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, colour photography, Emotion, Foto, fotografia, fotos, historic, imagemaker, music words, street photography on 2016/08/07 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Be as simple as you can be; you will be astonished to see how uncomplicated and happy your life can become.

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one of these days,
i’m gonna sit down and write a long letter
to all the good friends i’ve known
one of these days, one of these days, one of these days,
and it won’t be long, it won’t be long.

***

Fort Edmonton, Alberta ~ July 2016

 

 

 

Population number of Michael Perry’s memoir

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, colour photography, Foto, fotografia, fotos, FujiX100s, Landscape, music words, outdoors, Photography, photowalking, Reflection, street photography on 2016/07/31 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Awake. Arise from dreams of littleness to the realization of the vastness within you.  Come. I will show you that you are a spark of the Eternal Fire that is drinking with countless mouths the Bliss-nectar honeycombed in the heart of all created things. 

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thousand faces staring at me
lonely shadows following me
lonely ghosts come a-calling
lonely voices talking to me
now give me that fire
now give me that fire
now give me that fire
burn, burn, burn

•••

Terwillegar ParkEdmonton, Alberta ~ July 2016

 

this number 21.931712199461 squared

In Age, Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, colour photography, Foto, fotografia, fotos, FujiX100s, landmarks, Landscape, music words, Photography, rural, rural life, street photography on 2016/07/17 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Roam in the world as a lion of self-control; see that the frogs of weakness don’t kick you around.

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you heard my voice, i came out of the woods by choice
shelter also gave their shade
but in the dark i have no name
so leave that click in my head
and i will remember the words that you said
left a clouded mind and a heavy heart
but i am sure we could see a new start
so when your hopes on fire
but you know your desire
don’t hold a glass over the flame
don’t let your heart grow cold
i will call you by name
i will share your road

***

before Olds ~ Alberta ~ July 2016.

 

perfect score in Canadian five-pin bowling

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, colour photography, fotografia, imagemaker, iPhoneography, Landscape, mobile photography, music words, Photography, rural life, street photography, words of music on 2016/03/30 at 05:00

According to Buddha

It is not a pumping-in from the outside that gives wisdom; it is the power and extent of your inner receptivity that determines how much you can attain of true knowledge, and how rapidly. The man who has the power of receptivity quickly grasps everything. People with no receptivity may be exposed to the same experiences or information, yet not really see nor fully comprehend what is there. An intelligent man lives far ahead of the idiot. Your experiences bring wisdom according to the measure of the cup of your receptivity.

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now the wind is high
and it howls through my eyes
in my head i see endless skies

***

QE2 ~ Alberta ~ random highway shots ~ March 2016.

121121 in base 3

In Alberta, Alberta culture, Alberta landscapes, buddhist philosophical constructs, by Hedy Bach, car, colour photography, fotografia, FujiX100s, history, landmarks, Learning, music words, Photography, Reflection, street photography on 2016/03/23 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Many great works of art, poetry, and music are inspired by astral memories. The desire to do noble, beautiful things here on Earth is also often a carryover of astral experiences between a person’s earth lives.

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i kept falling over
i kept looking backward
i went broke believing
that the simple should be hard
all we are we are
all we are we are
and every day is a start of something beautiful

***

Leduc #1. Energy Discovery Centre, ~ March 2016.

the cosine of 0.68004559682646

In Age, Alberta, Alberta culture, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, chronicle, colour photography, emotions, Foto, FujiX100s, Landscape, music words, street photography, visual story telling, words of music on 2016/02/21 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Beginning with the early dawn, I will radiate my cheer to everyone I meet today. I will be the mental sunshine for all who cross my path this day.

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when we scream, our lips don’t make a sound
we march, with feet on solid ground
we walk, where no one wants to go, on this untraveled road

***

Saskatchewan Highway 16, spaces along the Alberta and Saskatchewan highway ~ 2016.

 

 

7th Catalan number

In Alberta, Alberta culture, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, colour photography, Hedy Bach Photography, iphone photography, iPhoneography, Landscape, mobile photography, music words, rural, rural life, street photography, visual story telling, words of music on 2016/01/17 at 05:00

According to Buddha

If you permit your thoughts to dwell on evil you yourself will become ugly. Look only for the good in everything so you absorb the quality of beauty.

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i never done good things
i never done bad things
i never did anything out of the blue,
want an axe to break the ice
wanna come down right now
my mama said, “to get things done you’d better not mess with major tom.”

***

QE2 highway ~ random spaces ~ Alberta, Canada ~ January 2016.

Smallest caliber of shotgun shell

In Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, street, street photography, Visual Narrative on 2015/11/11 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Your end, which is endless, is as a snowflake dissolving in the pure air.

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will you remember the flowers in my hand?
will you remember my hair?
will you remember the future we planned?
the world is not waiting out there.
will you remember?
will you recall?
will you remember?

***

Edmonton, Whyte Ave. and Calgary, Memorial Drive, Field of Crosses ~ November 2015.

2 * 3 * 5 * 13

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Canada, Emotion, emotions, fauna, Foto, FujiX100s, Photography, words of music on 2015/09/02 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Wallowing is a “bottomless pit” of pain, because we generate pain in response to pain. It’s bottomless because there’s no end to that. But this wallowing is not necessary. “When a well-taught noble disciple is afflicted by painful bodily feelings,” the Buddha says, “she will not worry nor grieve and lament, she will not beat her breast and weep, nor will she be distraught.” And thus she becomes one “who can withstand the bottomless pit and has gained a foothold in it.”

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fade into you
strange you never knew
fade into you
i think it’s strange you never knew

***

Elk Island National Park, along Highway 16 ~ Alberta ~ August 2015.

number of degrees in megalithic geometry based circles

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Art, BC landscapes, British Columbia, Buddhist philosophical concepts, buddhist philosophical constructs, colour photography, Landscape, mountains, Photography, Travel Photography, west-central Alberta, words of music on 2015/06/10 at 07:00

According to Buddha

If there is a lot of energy coursing through the body, imagine the body as a wide container where the energy is allowed to bounce around like a ping pong ball. Accepting it like this can take away the extra agitation of fighting the restlessness.

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i heard that you missed your connecting flight
to the Blue Ridge Mountains, over near Tennessee
you’re ever welcome with me anytime you like
let’s drive to the countryside, leave behind some green-eyed look-alikes
so no one gets worried, no

***

Yoho National ParkRogers Pass ~ June 2015.

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