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5th tetrahedral number

In Age, Art, Body, Buddha, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Emotion, Learning, Music, Photography, Story, Travel, Truth, Writing on 2011/10/18 at 08:00

according to Buddha

In this world
Hate never yet dispelled hate.
Only love dispels hate.
This is the law,
Ancient and inexhaustible.

Senseless Violence or Zinloos Geweld

seems all violence is senseless…

probably, rarely meaningless…

when i took this photograph at the B.E.P cafe in Den Haag, Netherlands

i didn’t know of Jantje Hertogs or of his senseless murder

but i know senseless violence…

seeing his image…reading internet stories about his murder…

made me think about how our community acknowledges senseless violence...

…as Edmonton’s homicide rate has the distinction of being the nation’s worst

i can read…sad eerie cyber bits…that linger leaving haunting fragments

about Edmonton murder victims

telling snippets of missing pieces…these senselessness deaths,

make me so sad,

but in the end there is only love…

sending love and peace to…

1: Mohamud Mohamed Jama,

2: Niko Arlia,

3: Daniel Nickel,

4: Christopher Allan Pirie,

5: Cyrus Green,

6: Colby Baker,

7: Jeanette Marie Cardinal,

8: Jaswinder Takhar,

9: Marietta Eschavez,

10: unknown 7-year-old disabled boy,

11: Stacey Steinhauer,

12: Gyozo Victor Barasso,

13: Gerry Oar,

14: Bullen Ambassa,

15: Kinling Robin Fire,

16: Michael Roach,

17: John Stanley Kwiatkowski,

18: Kerry Takkiruq,

19: Perry Kit Wong,

20: Eloise Fendelet,

21: Jane Doe,

22: Barry Raymond Stewart,

23: Ronald George Primeau,

24: John Gavin Lindsay,

25: Yusuf Abdirahim,

26: Bob Anderson,

27: Abdi Ali Mohamud,

28: Bruce Lee Dumais,

29: William Reid Arthur Hill,

30: Cindy Gladue,

31: Ahmed Ismail-Sheikh,

32: Michael Wayne Tunnicliffe,

33: Kyle Gayda,

34: Eric Larry Cardinal,

35: Eric Janvier,

36: Anna Fedorio,

37: Mason Tex Montgrand,

38: Mohan Heer,

39: Kyle Joy-Trussert,

40: Chrysostom Caragay Marquez,

41: Daniel Charles Hamer,

42: Jason Trundle,

43: Trevor Greenway,

44: unknown 22 year old male….

as of 11.10.15

ninth distinct semiprime

In Art, Body, Buddha, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Emotion, Learning, Music, Photography, Story, Travel, Uncategorized on 2011/10/09 at 13:00

according to Buddha

The way is not in the sky. The way is in the heart.

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Thank You

thank you disillusionment
thank you frailty
thank you consequence
thank you thank you silence

Alanis Morissette – Thank You

photographs from outside of Nieuwolda, The Netherlands ~ October 2011


In Art, Buddha, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Learning, Music, Organizing, Photography, Story, Travel, Uncategorized on 2011/10/07 at 13:15

according to Buddha

When you realize how perfect everything is you will tilt your head back and laugh at the sky

“The Prelude” – Tomas Tranströmer

Waking up is a jump, a skydive from the dream.

Free of the smothering whirl the traveler

sinks toward morning’s green zone.

Things start to flare. He perceives–in the trembling lark’s

position–the mighty tree-root systems

underground swinging lamps. But standing

above–in tropical profusion–is verdure, with

upraised arms, listening

to the rhythm of an invisible pumping station.

And he sinks toward summer, is lowered

into its blinding crater, down

through shafts of ages green with damp

quaking under the turbine of the sun.

So ceases this vertical flight through the moment, and the wings spread out

into the osprey’s repose over streaming water.

The Bronze Age trumpet’s

tone of exile

hovers over bottomlessness.


In the first hours of day consciousness can embrace the world

just as the hand grasps a sun-warm stone.

The traveler stands under the tree.

After the plunge through death’s whirling vortex, will

a great light unfurl over his head?


(Translation of “Preludium.” First published in 17 Dikter (Stockholm, 1954). By arrangement with the author. Translation copyright 2007 by Rika Lesser. All rights reserved.)

photo from Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam

appreciating and congratulating  Tomas Tranströmer

fifth power of two

In Age, Art, Body, Buddha, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Emotion, Learning, Lifestyle, Music, Organizing, Photography, Reflection, sloppy buddhist, Story, Street photography, Travel, Truth, Uncategorized, Writing on 2011/10/04 at 07:31

according to Buddha

Now may every living thing, young or old,

weak or strong, living near or far, known or

unknown, living or departed or yet unborn,

may every living thing be full of bliss.


bliss out; blissed

supreme happiness; blissness

utter joy; blissy

contentment; blissment

roads to eternal bliss….blissful…

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