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Reflection after Heart Sutra class #1

There is no inside/outside.  Simply become one with everything (as you always were and are).  How incredible that we fall for the same illusion again and again, even after we’ve understood how it works!  The only way to learn is by practicing: touching, experiencing, inhabiting, manifesting the truth.  If we treat the dharma as a set of concepts, that would be counter to its very message and would render it dead.

[more to come]

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Gothic Church Ruin (Gotische Kirchenruine)Carl Blechen (German, 1798-1840)
Pencil, in ochre, dark brown,watercoloured in green and blue, heightened with opaque white, 348 x 418 cm, 1829-31.Alte Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

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Gothic Church Ruin (Gotische Kirchenruine)
Carl Blechen (German, 1798-1840)

Pencil, in ochre, dark brown,watercoloured in green and blue, heightened with opaque white, 348 x 418 cm, 1829-31.
Alte Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

la-beaute—de-pandore:

Grant Hatfield

la-beaute—de-pandore:

Grant Hatfield

Nobel laureates apparently get special parking permits at UC Berkeley. pic.twitter.com/MrkxaXZLAa — Thomas Levine (@thomaslevine) February 19, 2014
The world’s an egg. - Jan Skacel
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Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, is an active [4] [5] but quiescent stratovolcano in theTaranaki region on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Although the mountain is more commonly referred to as Taranaki, it has two official names under the alternative names policy of the New Zealand Geographic Board.[6] The 2518-metre-high mountain is one of the most symmetrical volcanic cones in the world. There is a secondary cone, Fanthams Peak (Māori: Panitahi), 1,966 metres (6,450 ft), on the south side.[7] Because of its resemblance toMount Fuji, Taranaki provided the backdrop for the movie The Last Samurai.
Source: Wikipedia

The world’s an egg. - Jan Skacel

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Mount Taranaki, or Mount Egmont, is an active [4] [5] but quiescent stratovolcano in theTaranaki region on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Although the mountain is more commonly referred to as Taranaki, it has two official names under the alternative names policy of the New Zealand Geographic Board.[6] The 2518-metre-high mountain is one of the most symmetrical volcanic cones in the world. There is a secondary cone, Fanthams Peak (MāoriPanitahi), 1,966 metres (6,450 ft), on the south side.[7] Because of its resemblance toMount Fuji, Taranaki provided the backdrop for the movie The Last Samurai.

Source: Wikipedia

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Mount EgmontGeorge Chance (New Zealander, 1885-1963)
Gelatin silver print, 189 x 237 mm, 1925.Te Papa.

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Mount Egmont
George Chance (New Zealander, 1885-1963)

Gelatin silver print, 189 x 237 mm, 1925.
Te Papa.

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Pond Water CrowfootEero Järnefelt (Finnish, 1863-1937)
Oil on canvas, 39 x 28 cm, 1895.Ateneum Art Museum.

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Pond Water Crowfoot
Eero Järnefelt (Finnish, 1863-1937)

Oil on canvas, 39 x 28 cm, 1895.
Ateneum Art Museum.

mpdrolet:


From Change of Course
Prasiit Sthapit

mpdrolet:

From Change of Course

Prasiit Sthapit

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praxter:

Magical Places by Milenka Delic
allesandersen:

From the book “Sam” by Edward Quigley and John Crawford, Stackpole & sons Publisher, 1937.
via Pictorialism FB

allesandersen:

From the book “Sam” by Edward Quigley and John Crawford, Stackpole & sons Publisher, 1937.

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freezeframesandetcetera:

THE MANY ADVENTURES OF WINNIE-THE-POOH - LOUNSBERY 7 REITHERMAN - 1977

"And so we come to the last chapter, in which Pooh and Christopher Robin go to the enchanted part of the forest, and we say goodbye."

"Goodbye? Oh no, please. Can’t we just go back to page one and start all over again?"

"Sorry, Pooh, but all stories have an ending, you know."

rosa-luna:

Lennart Helje

rosa-luna:

Lennart Helje

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vivacenontroppo:

Santiago Rusiñol. Fuente de Sant Roc.

vivacenontroppo:

Santiago Rusiñol. Fuente de Sant Roc.

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