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Oversensitive

When cloudy, the sun doesn’t limp along with its rays in a cast, it still shines brighter than before, only we are  oversensitive.

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Enunci-action

Words are actions if we hear them clearly and follow through on their enunciation.

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Protected: Stalemate Of Soul

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Garden of duality

Night/Day Yin/Yang Dark/Light Black/White Burning coals/blinding eyes  Ashes in the clear/out of sight Neutral complements/color wheel rejects Dynamic dualities/analogous dream states Pre-known/post-unknown Pinhole planet/deep space endless  Tar-binding gravity/feather floating freely Destroy self/create anew You/me Me/you

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Clutter and dust

Clutter and dust both occur together  collecting space around us. Neither are necessary, yet too often they thrive  inside our houses and minds, dictating the direction we move, the source of our sanitary neglect, cobwebbed vision concealing life’s depth. Soon … Continue reading

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Flow like water

This photo I took in the Scapegoat Wilderness of Montana reminds me of Lao Tzu’s metaphor of water in his seminal Tao Te Ching. Water teaches us to never force things in life – if we flow with the least … Continue reading

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