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#2688 - Wednesday, January 3, 2007 - Editor: Gloria Lee  

Nondual Highlights      

To travel with the unawakened makes the journey long and hard
and is as painful as traveling with an enemy. But the company of
the wise is as pleasant as meeting with friends.
 

Follow the wise, the intelligent, and the awakened. Follow them
as the moon follows the path of the stars.
 

-Dhammapada  


  "Nurturing the Now" is Vicki Woodyard's account of her spiritual
journey. Speaking without a script, she lets the listener in on her
challenging life. Losing both young daughter and husband to fatal
cancers, she determines to find her passion and live life more fully.
"How beautiful it is when the heart speaks." --Pamela Wilson

http://www.cafepress.com/vickiwoodyard 


More selections by Mazie Lane and Bob O'Hearn follow....  


Love
Is a wellspring
Hidden
Within
The heart.
The more you draw
The more
Pours out,
There is more then enough
To fill everybody's
Thirst.
Though beware:
Without drawing often
From this well water of life -
The spring
Left idle and abandoned
Withers
And dries out...
Leaving only parched corpses
Of vain hopes and fears
On the surrounding sands
Of "me" and "mine"…

But

Pouring it out to all without distinction
Keeps the spring gushing
And it's endless supply
Washes all sorrows and pains
Away


@}->,->'--


yosy
   

 

"Whatever is in any way beautiful has its source
of beauty in itself, and is complete in itself;
praise forms no part of it."
 

~ Marcus Aurelius

       

At dawn I asked the lotus,
'What is the meaning of life?'
Slowly she opened her hand
with nothing in it.
 

~ Debra Woolard Bender, Paper Lanterns

         

"I cannot believe that the inscrutable universe
turns on an axis of suffering;
surely the strange beauty of the world
must somewhere rest
on pure joy!"
 

 

~ Louise Bogan

       

Mazie and Bob 

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