Monthly Archives: March 2011

Images from a hill

the nature of what is

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A New Theme

Thought I’d try a few new templates out this week; time to change things up a bit…

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red curry

  I came home from work today, entered the door I walked out of nine hours before.  My beloved Luka crouched low wanting to leap, but restraining.  What a good dog.  Really, she is.  Others say this about their dogs, but Luka is different.  She’s a good dog, plain and simple. After I took my […]

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Spring

hope for spring in the deliberate act of tulips

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Miksang

Along our walk, a moment.

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Sadness

The last few days I have accomplished little.  In fact, I have wasted time in ways that I am embarrassed to admit.  I cannot stop watching the news, the unbelievable video images of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan last Friday are constantly in my mind. The threat of a nuclear explosion, radiation contamination has […]

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What Matters

Many years ago I placed myself on a hill in New Mexico with nothing but my prayers and a blanket.  Four days later when I walked myself away, I learned that I all I really needed I could carry with me.  The world overwhelmed me the days following, my possessions overwhelmed me.  Night would never […]

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Nonduality Redux

“There is only One machine. The web is its OS. All screens look into the One. No bits will live outside the web. To share is to gain. Let the One read it. The One is us.”[1] Kevin Kelly “I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his […]

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Yesterday

An 8.9 earthquake struck Northern Japan; it was followed immediately afterward by a devastating tsunami.  The pictures coming out of the country just begin to tell the story of the devastation. How easily I forget how good my life is. Prayers for the survivors.

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