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Everything is cause 

for anything, 

and one with its effect. ...

With each step a fresh wind rises 

and I walk alone through the pink sky, 

every direction home, 

every path the way.
~ Mazie Lane

I’m flying towards night with
black crows through golden skies.
Mother’s singing,...
the high mountain sighs.
A heart left behind – tears feeding
earth for the love of the moon.
Listen to this mountain cry,
let yourself down.
Rest a while longer on the
breast of this tear-filled world,
heave your sighs to the skies –
we are not of this time,
nor the next.

The Buddha has fallen, yet
in the dark, a lone bird note still
manifests his wondrous power,
and the breeze, the many
scattering leaves, his
perfect art.
~ Mazie Lane

Yaşar Koç Photography

Tricycle: The Buddhist Review
Many Western Buddhists believe that judging runs counter 
to insight and unconditional compassion, that passing 
judgment automatically implies a troubling duality, a 
delusional moral hierarchy. The Buddha, however, warned 
not against judging, but against being judgmental. The 
former implies clear comprehension of appropriate action 
and the latter implies bias and misconception. 
—Mary Talbot

Yaşar Koç Photography

Questioner: God made a most diversified world.
Nisargadatta Maharaj: The diversity is in you only. See 
yourself as you are and you will see the world as it is -- a 
single block of reality, indivisible, indescribable. Your own 
creative power projects upon it a picture and all your 
questions refer to the picture.
~ Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
...from "I Am That", chapter 31 

Russian Mother Takes Magical Pictures of Her Two Kids With Animals On Her Farm
Elena Shumilova Photography
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