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August 19th, 2015
A week from today I leave for my daughter's, the first time I've been out of the state since the accident a year ago! Remarkable amount of time for me not to travel. Meanwhile, the first real hurricane in the Atlantic is brewing and may come our way, just about when I leave. Oh, well . . . as Shunryu Suzuki tells us, "The true purpose (of Zen) is to see things as they are, to observe things as they are, and to let everything go as it goes." Sound advice, if not so easy to follow.
I've been working on my collection of images, seeing if I could work up another book or portfolio, this time of black and white images. Here's one I found that seems rather calm and fits well with Suzuki's teaching. See things as they are, just as they are . . .
8/19/2015 01:04:44 am
Is that shape in the window a ghost from the past?
8/19/2015 02:59:13 am
It in indeed. Isn't he lovely? (Lively? Alive?)
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