Reblogged from dhamma footsteps
POSTCARD #194: NEW DELHI: Watering the plants upstairs on the roof terrace and there’s this small one looking so simple and symmetrical, extraordinary. I take a photo of it and zoom into the wonderful experience of a life form in a different kind of temporality. It’s springtime here and the analogy of everything waking up applies, except that there’s no snow in winter, really no winter, and there never was any time before this, or anywhere in the future when things were or will be asleep. Everything is awake, the sense of an eye like a camera aperture so wide open the edges of it creak with the strain of it trying to open wider. It’s an endless cycle of birth/rebirth, the seed contained in the fruit that falls from the tree and from there another tree grows which creates another seed.
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Your post and photo reflect rebirth and awakenings of Spring. This matches our weather and my mood, Sue. Hope you are well and happy, entering a refreshing period or season of time
I’ll feel better about the day when this migraine clears.