where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 26, 2016 § 18 Comments
seat of knowledge
where the rock split
Tagged: Buddha, contemplation, holy men, landscape, meditation, openings, rock, sacred place, seat of knowledge, snow, woods
What a beautiful spot for Buddha.
Thanks for sharing Buddha.
Ruggedly beautiful, my friend.
without your words, I wouldn’t have notice the Buddha! I am rushing again… need to slow down!
So very striking!
This is so lovely. A perfect meditation spot for the Buddha.
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So did you find Buddha? 😉
Nice photo, snow can truly turn a scene completely!
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I get the feeling of ‘power place’, that has intrigued and will intrigue human beings always. Like I have been there before, a déjà-vu.
Where is that?
Very beautiful picture.!
Such a serene seat. Namaste, indeed.
A beautiful photo and the haiku leads the imagination to such an image
Rocks like that don’t split easily: wisdom, hard won or long waited for.
Well, I have no interest in Buddha, so this was not a strong message to me. but generally I am very impressed with your entries. I am A born again Christian, so I know what the Bible teaches, and it is the life line for me. I trust in a God and Savior who sent His son to die for me and you, and anyone who chooses Him as the Creator of the universe and the only source I seek in making decisions. ‘the Bible is the source of all true knowledge for me and faith in Jesus and renunciation of sin and acceptance of Jesus as the source of all truth and the answer to all the probables in life. Just use the Bible and the Son and no matter how hard life gets, you will be on the winning side and the saver of one;s sould and a trip to Heaven to spend eternity with Him. come see me at jlheman1945 my Christian blog done in a short story form and ending with His message and the answer to any need we have in life. HIs trune inerrant Word is the Life manual. jlehman1945
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