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Steve Butler’s apartment number movie

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Architecture, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Street, Street photography, Words of music on 2015/10/28 at 05:00

According to Buddha

First of all, you need to know that an emotion is only that—an emotion—even though it may be a big, strong one. You are so much bigger, so much more than this emotion.

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whisky and coke in our mason jars
to the year’s sweeter than candy bars
we crumble like the leaves

***

Edmonton, Alberta, Fort Edmonton Park, September 2015.

smallest Lucas-Carmichael number

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, FujiX100s, Photography, Photowalking, Visual Narrative on 2015/10/04 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Our present existence is the sum of all they did, and we are the starting point for our descendants. All that our ancestors did reflects on us, and all that we do reflect on both our ancestors and descendants. One’s life is not entirely one’s own; it contains the past and conceives the future, and should therefore be lived with great care.

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long live the pioneers
rebels and mutineers
go forth and have no fear
come close and lend an ear

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Edmonton Alberta, Fort Edmonton ParkTerwillegar Park, September 2015

36 + 63 + 39 + 93 + 69 + 96

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Architecture, Buddhist philosophical concepts, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Street photography on 2015/09/23 at 05:00

According to Buddha

The places that we will experience in future rebirths will be the outcome of the karma that we share with the other beings living there. The actions of each of us, human or nonhuman, have contributed to the world in which we live. We all have a common responsibility for our world and are connected with everything in it.

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she said slow down this train
slow down the iron that runs in my veins

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Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, along Highway 16 ~ Alberta ~ August 2015.

the double factorial of 8

In Buddhist philosophical concepts, Canada, Photography, Photowalking, Street photography, Words of music on 2015/08/12 at 06:00

According to Buddha

The important thing is that you acknowledge your homeless neighbours and treat them to as much generosity you can muster, even if that is just a smile.

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we’ve all seen a man at the liquor store beggin’ for your change
the hair on his face is dirty, dread-locked, and full of mange
he asks a man for what he could spare, with shame in his eyes
“get a job, you fucking slob,” is all he replies
god forbid, you ever had to walk a mile in his shoes
’cause then you really might know what it’s like to sing the blues

Toronto, Ontario ~Yonge Street ~ August 2015.

8th Thabit number

In Alberta, Black and White Photography, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Edmonton, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, iPhoneography, Photography, Street photography on 2015/08/09 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Karma provides the situation, not the response to the situation.

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5 a.m.
friday morning, thursday night
far from sleep
i’m still up and drivin’
can’t go home obviously

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Edmonton, Alberta, Slut Walk ~ August 2015.

the number of Man o’ War sired foals

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Architecture, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, FujiX100s, Hedy Bach Photography, Imagemaker, Landscape, Words of music on 2015/07/26 at 07:00

According to Buddha

Emptiness is a mode of perception, a way of looking at experience. It adds nothing to and takes nothing away from the raw data of physical and mental events. You look at events in the mind and the senses with no thought of whether there’s anything lying behind them.

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ain’t no use in calling up your friends
ain’t no use in hiding in your bed
and ain’t no use in standing on your head
cause no new sights can fill your loneliness

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Highway 39, Central Alberta ~ July 2015.

31 + 37 + 41 + 43 + 47 + 53 + 59 + 61

In Black and White Photography, by Hedy Bach, Fotos, Hedy Bach Photography, Photography, Photowalking, Street photography on 2015/07/01 at 07:00

According to Buddha

This is how we love, Buddha-style:
impartial to all, free from excessive attachment or false hope and expectation;
accepting, tolerant, and forgiving.
Buddhist nonattachment doesn’t imply complacence or indifference, or not having committed relationships or being passionately engaged with society, but rather has to do with our effort to defy change and resist the fact of impermanence and our mortality. By holding on to that which in any case is forever slipping through our fingers, we just get rope burn.

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they, said some day you’ll find
all who love are blind
when your heart’s on fire
you must realize
smoke gets in your eyes

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Baltimore, Maryland ~ random street ~ June 2015.

number of degrees in megalithic geometry based circles

In Alberta, Alberta landscapes, Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Landscape, Photography, 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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