Category Archives: Buddhism

Putting the Pieces Back Together Again

Kintsugi is a Japanese term that talks about repair –  and treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise. As the image shows, we can think of Kintsugi in terms of how … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence and Making a Difference

The book is finally published and available for people to read. It is the third and final book in the Healing the Soul, Skyclad series. And as with all the other books in the series, the profits from the book … Continue reading

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A Work In Progress

I am currently at work on volume three of the Naked Poetry series, one that is a major departure from the previous two volumes. To begin with, no poems were written before the existence of a photo. Three sets of … Continue reading

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Resurrection – The Gift of Consciousness

It takes a certain kind of courage, perhaps a desperate courage of faith to risk the slow descent into darkness knowing that you will never return the same person you were before taking the journey to rebirth. It is a … Continue reading

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Roads Taken and Not Taken

Sometimes I find it hard to stay present, especially when I am doing some planning for a future activity or adventure. I know that when it comes to myself, while doing the work of charting times, dates, routes, rest stops … Continue reading

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Identification With A Persona

Again, the eternal question about identity surfaces. The more I meditate, spend time in nature, and study the human psyche, the more I am coming to realise that I am more than I think I am. I know that there … Continue reading

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He’s the Bad Guy – I’m the Victim

This image was found on Twitter and I knew that I was going to appropriate it for use here. Whoever was the artist who put it together, has captured well, the idea of projections and how we deny our own … Continue reading

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A Truth Can Walk Naked

The picture tells it like it is. Think about it. I found this image on Facebook and “borrowed” it for use here for both the saying and the image. Why the image? Well, the little boy or girl is walking … Continue reading

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Shadows Co-Existing With Light

I am back in my house in Canada, the wind is gusting to over 70 kph (45 mph) making walking outside unpleasant. We walked anyway, to the store where we bought some groceries including fruit and vegetables as the fridge … Continue reading

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Always At Home Beneath Sun-Darkened Skin

Our bags are packed and sitting waiting for our departure time. In three hours we will be en route to the airport in Cancun where we will sit for about three hours until our plane takes off to take us … Continue reading

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