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Onward to Onigashima chapter number

In abstract, Black and White Photography, Body, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Fotografia, iPhone photography, iPhoneography, minimalism, Mobile photography, Photography, Words of music on 2021/04/18 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Grief can be the garden of compassion. If you keep your heart open through everything, your pain can become your greatest ally in your life’s search for love and wisdom.

there’s a place i’m going
no one knows me
if i breathe real slowly
i let it out and let it in
 
it can be terrifying
to be slowly dying
also, clarifying
we end where we begin
 
so let it wash over me
i’m ready to lose my feet
take me off to the place where one reveals life’s mystery

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fish at the Granville Island Public Market ~ Vancouver BC ~ April 2021

Mostow’s submarine number plus 400

In Art, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, Documentary, FujiX100V, iPhoneography, Photography, Words of music on 2021/04/07 at 04:00

According to Buddha

If you can’t smell the fragrance don’t come into the garden of love. If you’re unwilling to undress don’t enter into the stream of truth. Stay where you are. Don’t come our way.

l’océan va
l’océan vient
ses algues brunes
tissent nos liens
l’océan bat
l’océan tient
souffle la dune
délie nos liens
si tu entends

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 fish at the Granville Island Public Market ~ Vancouver BC ~ March 2021

7 x 11

In Age, Art, Body, Books, Buddha, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Canada, Emotion, Feminisms, feminist theory, Humour, Learning, Lifestyle, Organizing, Photography, Reflection, sloppy buddhist, Story, Travel, Truth, Uncategorized, Women and Fiction, Women's independence, Writing on 2012/03/24 at 08:00

according to Buddha

Water which is too pure has no fish….

everyone is here, but you’re nowhere near…

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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