Daily Archives: October 11, 2010


Where I am from, people habitually indulge in three major passions: music, mountains – and misery.  By the way, the latter is an expression of sheer frustration of not having enough time for the other two and it is he … Continue reading

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The master of chaos

Jackson Pollock’s “One: Number 31”, painted 1950. Jackson Pollock was a major force in the abstract expressionism movement, and a dark and moody maverick.  He was undeniably an innovative artistic genius and more.  His technique has been carefully studied and it’s … Continue reading

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Lightness by Paul

When things are allowed to be just as they are, Something comes, A clarity, a lightness. There is nothing to fix. Everything is. There is sensing and aliveness. The darkness outside slowly becomes light And the sun returns. –Blandford Nature … Continue reading

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The wisdom of Rumi

  Love has nothing to do with the five senses and the six directions: its goal is only to experience the attraction exerted by the Beloved. Afterwards, perhaps, permission will come from God: the secrets that ought to be told … Continue reading

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