Senryu Tanka #23: The light of impermanence By Dr B on February 3, 2023 Impermanence is a central concept in Buddhism and is considered to be one of the Three Marks of Existence along with Suffering and Non-self. It can be a good focus for meditation practice especially when accompanied by the flame of a candle. “The candle’s pure lightflickering and revealingmy impermanence –as I watch the flame glowingmy Buddha nature unfolds”The Two Doctors Enjoyed my post? Please share:TweetPocketEmailLike this:Like Loading...‹ Haiku #27 Winter CanvasSenryu #24 Oneness ›Categories: HaikuTags: Buddha, buddha nature, Buddhism, Buddhist, existence, Existentialism, Haiku, impermanence, meditation, mindfulness, pure light, Senryu, tanka, three marks of existence, wabi-sabi Related Articles Haiku #34 The Dunes Haiku #32 The Bee Orchid Haiku #31 England’s small farms Tanka Tuesday: Ekphrasis; Lady of Lilac
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