30 Sep

MYSOULSONICE

“To be a philosopher is not merely to have subtle thoughts,

not even to found a school,

but so to love wisdom as to live according to its dictates,

a life of simplicity, independence, magnanimity, and trust.

It is to solve some of the problems of life,

not only theoretically, but practically.”

Henry David ThoreauWalden (1854), p. 12

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This quote begs the question…Do you love wisdom enough to live in wisdom?

Peace & Namaste…

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26 Aug

trueunknown

According to Zecharia Sitchin and his interpretation of ancient Sumerian texts, the Anunnaki were extraterrestrials (aka “angels”?), who were an extremely long-lived race, potentially living as long as 500,000 years. Laurence Gardner reduces this to more on the order of 50,000 years, and notes specifically that the Anunnaki were not immortal. Sitchin and Gardner also disagree on the date of the Great Deluge/Flood; Sitchin assuming a time frame of 11,000 B.C.E., while Gardner assumes one of 4,000 B.C.E.

 

 

 

 

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12 Aug

MYSOULSONICE

“You are me, and I am you.
Isn’t it obvious that we “inter-are”?
You cultivate the flower in yourself,
so that I will be beautiful.
I transform the garbage in myself,
so that you will not have to suffer.

I support you;
you support me.
I am in this world to offer you peace;
you are in this world to bring me joy.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

Peace & Namaste…

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12 Aug

MYSOULSONICE

“There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth;

not going all the way,

and not starting.”

-Buddha

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6 Aug

Amras888

In my practice of meditation I concentrated on this and reflected on how the great world was upheld in space. On how the great world was kept in perpetual motion. On how my body was kept in motion, moving and standing, on the rhythmic vibration of it’s life established and maintained by breathing. Upon the movement of the mind, thoughts arising and passing.  I reflected upon these various things and marveled at their great sameness without any difference save in the rate of vibration. I realised that these vibrations had neither source for they’re coming, nor destination for they’re going, and that all sentient beings as numerous as the infinitesimal particles of dust in the vast spaces, were each in their own way topsy-turvy balanced vibrations: and that each and everyone was obsessed with the illusion that they were a unique creation.

 

(Words from an enlightened Buddhist).

 

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4 Aug

Amras888

Ever since primitive man began to think, the words of our ancestors and of the gods, supported by the actions and spirit of our forefathers, have constantly impressed on us that life is the calamity for man, not death. Death gives freedom to our souls and lets them depart to their own pure home where they will know nothing of any calamity; but while they are confined within a mortal body and its share of miseries, in strict truth they are dead. For association of the divine with the mortal is most improper. Certainly the soul can do a great deal even when imprisoned in the body: it makes the body its own organ of sense, moving it invisibly and impelling it in its actions further than mortal nature can reach. But when, freed from the weight that drags it down to earth and is hung about it, the soul…

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3 Aug

Amras888

I have neither death nor fear, I have neither caste or creed.

I have neither father nor mother nor brother, neither friend or foe, for I Am Existence, Knowledge, and Bliss Absolute; I Am The Blissful One.

I am not bound either by virtue or vice, by happiness or misery. Pilgrimages and books and ceremonials can never bind me.

I have neither hunger nor thirst; the body is not mine, nor am I subject to the superstitions and decay that come to the body,

I Am Existence, Knowledge, and Bliss Absolute; I Am The Blissful One.

 

(Meditation from an enlightened Hindu).

 

Would it be fair to say that to live in the awareness of love is to embrace the potential for bliss?

 

Namaste.

 

Art ©Francis Moloney: 2009-2012.

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2 Aug

Amras888

How can one add to that which is full? How can one take from that which is empty?

*”Each moment that passes changes you, you do not, cannot possess even yourself, how can you hope to possess anyone or anything else?”

 

*From “The Silent Flute”

 

Art ©Francis Moloney: 2012.

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1 Aug

Amras888

If a person has no self control then that person does not know stillness.

If a person does not have stillness then that person cannot know peace.

If a person does not know peace then how can that person ever know happiness?

 

 

(Words given me by one of my martial arts teachers nearly thirty years ago).

Art ©Francis Moloney: 2012.

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