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Celebrating Memory

Death is part of the cycle of nature.  Without death, there is no chance of rebirth and life becomes locked in stasis, unable to change and move on.  We as humans often overlook this fact and sink further into a

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The Face of the Divine

Many look for the face of the Holy and hope to find a visage similar to their own.  Religious iconography shows a multitude of different modes of the divine throughout history.  The path we walk sometimes dictates (not always by

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Monument Valley

Monument Valley is what most people in the world think when you talk about the desert southwest of the United States.  Colored plateaus, tumbleweeds, and endless plains.   While the area contains several National and Tribal parks, the vast area allows

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Garden Stroll

Blessed guardian— Standing still and vigilant. Friend of winter black.       Garden of flowers, Black and white among rainbows. Leaves float in water.     White hunter on wing— Silent under the moonlight. Bare trees marching on.

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Rila, Bulgaria

The Rila area of Bulgaria hold numerous areas that hold an appeal to those looking for walking meditation, quiet solitude or a place of hermitage.  Rila, thought to be of Thracian origin, means “well-watered mountain” and its connection to the

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Krka National Park

The Krka National park in Croatia contains 109 square miles along the Krka River.  Containing hundreds of various flora and fauna, it is a wildlife area that is serene as well as peaceful.  Being able to either boat, walk, or

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Religious Voice

Even with the separation of church and state in the United States, it is frequently difficult to separate religiously driven values from public policy.  Ethical frameworks are built for a large cross-section of society, at least in part, from some

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Harvest Blessings

While it may seem cliché, the next few days are a time to reflect on what blessings we have in our lives.  Fall is the time of harvests for many different faiths and philosophies, a time to prepare for winter,

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Lumbini, the Birthplace of the Lord Buddha

*copied from the UNESCO World Hearitage Site* Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B.C. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a place of pilgrimage. Among the pilgrims was the Indian emperor Ashoka, who erected

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Elan Mudrow

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A Thousand Haiku

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RED GLADIOLA

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Shawn L. Bird

Original poetry, commentary, and fiction. All copyrights reserved.

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Life through Mindful Media

ALONG AN OLD FENCEROW

haiku and other experiments in verse

O at the Edges

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"A torn jacket is soon mended, but hard words bruise the heart of a child." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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The Art of Bonsai

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Bonsai advice

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Capital Bonsai

The personal bonsai blog of Aarin Packard, Assistant Curator of the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum

Yuki Teikei Haiku Society

celebrating Japanese traditions in English-language haiku

Connecting Beyond

Beyond The Known

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Contemplative Pathways

One Self traveling many pathways.  One Being expressing as many lives.

Writing and Works

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Ian Stewart Black

Modern master of classical poetry

Tŷ Celf

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Line Of The Week

Miscellaneous Utterings From Best Friends

Just Contemplations

Contemplations expressed through the written word...

Friendly Fairy Tales

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The Pump Handle

A water cooler for the public health crowd