Tag Archives: mind


“Just how old are you?” Although youth has long died, “As young as the moment,” My body replied. “If I want to play out In the sun, or climb trees, Run laughing through dewdrops, …I’ll do as I please. I … Continue reading

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Freedom #midnighthiku

* Bars are not enough The mind is not a captive Except of itself * Beyond the fences The other side of freedom May be a prison * To flee or remain What is right is not revealed Choice carves … Continue reading

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Voice #midnighthaiku

Speaking with one voice Calm reflection or chatter Minds mirror nature

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Beyond #midnighthaiku

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Crack. The ruler slapped down on the desk, narrowly missing my knuckles and dissolving the magic. “Daydreaming again? You will pay attention in my class, young lady!” The French mistress, determinedly optimistic to the last, turned her back and returned … Continue reading

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The tip of the iceberg…

It was just nine o’clock… I had potentially nine hours of healing sleep ahead of me and, as I’d been struggling to stay awake all day, I fully intended to use them. I was shivering, so I had, very sensibly, … Continue reading

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Imprisoned #midnighthaiku

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On being calm – Boundless Blessings by Kamal

Once Gautama Buddha was travelling with a few of his followers to a village that he frequently went to. From morning they were travelling on foot and were tired, hungry and thirsty too. While they were passing a lake, Buddha … Continue reading

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Empty by Isabel Caves #writephoto

“It’s empty.” “No it’s not,” I snapped. We were trekking through my mind, for crying out loud. It was not empty. “The transporter’s faulty,” I grumbled. “It probably sent us into your mind instead. That’s always been empty.” Continue reading … Continue reading

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The Finding of Polarity (3) – #Silenti

In parts one and two of this set of three posts, we have examined how the development of the individual, the ‘self’, is a different process from the development of our young bodies, and relies upon our departure from ‘oneness’ … Continue reading

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