Time and impermanence have been two of my “bedfellows”, not in an obsessive way, but since becoming a Buddhist 25 years ago. However my post today isn’t about Buddhism, it is inspired by a link in Dwight Roth’s blog taking… Read More ›
Senryu #21 At Rest
Mountaineering has been a passion from childhood as I grew up in the Cumbrian fells before “graduating” to the French Alps, the big peaks of the Nepal Himalaya and the frozen waterfalls of La Grave. Ged and Andy were constant… Read More ›
The Collection: Buddha & Me
There is more than one way to be a Buddhist. You don’t have to become a monk or a Bikkhu. Nor is it necessary to reject all forms of materialism or live as a recluse with no personal possessions, I’ve… Read More ›
Significant Quotations #3 Old age creeps up on you?
What a cracker of an observation from the American poet, Emily E Dickinson! Exactly one year ago before my 72nd birthday I was diagnosed with Coeliac disease which means I must remain on a gluten-free diet for the rest of… Read More ›
Ego Integrity: 8/8 Climb if you will …
This is the final post in a series of eight “old age” reflections on this period of my life. (The process and place of such reflections is described in the final paragraph.) It conjures up the words, risk management, alive,… Read More ›
Ego Integrity: 7/8 Only the educated are free!
This is the seventh in a series of eight “old age” reflections on this period of my life. (The process and place of such reflections is described in the final paragraph.) It conjures up the words, benevolence, making a difference,… Read More ›
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