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Union Pacific 4-8-4 number

In abstract, Age, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Emotion, Fotografia, iPhoneography, Monochromia, Photography, Reflection, Words of music on 2020/01/19 at 04:00

According to Buddha

In our Western culture, although death has come out of the closet, it is still not openly experienced or discussed. Allowing dying to be so intensely present enriches both the preciousness of each moment and our detachment from it.

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when i was just a little girl
i asked my mother, what will i be
will i be pretty
will i be rich
here’s what she said to me

que será, será
whatever will be, will be
the future’s not ours to see
que será, será
what will be, will be

***

under the Full Wolf Moon in loving memory of

Fenje (van der Velde) Fynebuik 

1932-06-13 to 2020-01-10

Death is a coming together…happy birthday mom…the moon was listening…love you always…

XIX

In Age, Art, Body, Buddha, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Emotion, Learning, Music, Story, Truth, Uncategorized on 2011/07/21 at 01:55

according to Buddha 

The whole secret of existence is to have no fear. Never fear what will become of you, depend on no one. Only the moment you reject all help are you freed.

i killed a mouse

she was aModest Mouse

And we’ll all float on, ok.
And we’ll all float on, ok.
And we’ll all float on, ok.
And we’ll all float on, alright.
Already we’ll all float on.
No, don’t you worry, we’ll all float on.
Alright, already, we’ll all float on.
Alright, don’t worry, we’ll all float on.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTAud5O7Qqk&feature=artistob&playnext=1&list=TL5Kouslk-7Xg

first of the teens

In Age, Art, Body, Buddha, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Emotion, Humour, Learning, Lifestyle, Photography, Reflection, sloppy buddhist, Story, Truth, Uncategorized, Women and Fiction, Women's independence, Writing on 2011/06/28 at 02:57

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Animals have always been regarded in Buddhist thought as sentient beings, different in their intellectual ability than humans but no less capable of feeling suffering.

according to Buddha one simple precept is “Do not kill”.

…but i have…mosquitoes too…

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