“hey, that sounds like me!” and other incoherent fee-fees

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“His feelings are so strong, he has trouble expressing them.”

*raises hand*

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a half-obscure moon is more beautiful than one in full view

Wish I had a camera that could take good moon shots.

Biking again much easier this time, I note the moon looks great with lots of cloud cover with just enough to illuminate. When I’m biking and asking lots of questions and hoping the juicers just fills my open, pleasing self.

And a bit later just biking and not really thinking of anything I look again and it is completely clear. Doesn’t look as cool as when it’s all cluttered, kinda boring with just almost-round yellow-white disc; (like a tooth unbrushed) on solid glowing blue-black backdrop!

Still cool, but comparatively boring when it’s alone, not surrounded by a chaotic mess of whirling junk that itself changes its light and shadows on how it moves.

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the smile reflected in that mirror [poem]

Onlookers afar see a scowl
Those who draw near witness your sneer
While the singing butterfly
Shares the wealth of cheer

Surrounded by strangers
She opens their center
Unabashedly does she listen
The butterfly is allowed to enter

While you think and frown
You lack her intuition
You cannot help feeling down
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more 1-min nonsense, pg 45

It baffled the disciples to hear the Master say that evil, when viewed from a higher perspective, is good, that sin is a doorway to grace. So he told them the story of Carthage, a thorn in the flesh of Ancient Rome. When Rome finally razed Carthage to the ground she found rest, grew flabby, […]

The Master once proposed a riddle: “What do the artist and the musician have in common with the mystic?”

Everyone gave up.

“The realization that the finest speech does not come from the tongue,” said the Master.

From One Minute Nonsense by Anthony de Mello.

1-min nonsense, pg 5

It baffled the disciples to hear the Master say that evil, when viewed from a higher perspective, is good, that sin is a doorway to grace. So he told them the story of Carthage, a thorn in the flesh of Ancient Rome. When Rome finally razed Carthage to the ground she found rest, grew flabby, […]

When a guest volunteered to do the dishes after dinner the Master said, “Are you sure you know how to do dishes?”

The man protested that he had done them all his life. Said the Master: “Ah, I have no doubt of your ability to make dishes clean–I only doubt your ability to wash them.”

This is the explanation he gave his disciples later: “There are two ways to wash dishes: one is to wash them in order to make them clean; the other is to wash them in order to wash them.”

That was still far from clear, so he added: “The first action is dead because while your body does the dishes your mind is fixed on the goal of cleaning them; the second is alive because your mind is where your body is.”

From One Minute Nonsense by Anthony de Mello.