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THE POLYMATH

THE POLYMATH

Lesson by lesson
Lessons that do not lessen
But instead enhance

The one in the all
All one in togetherness
Alone together

FULL CIRCLE

FULL CIRCLE

Travelling back now
Letting go we find ourselves
Back where we came from

THAT MOMENT OF GLORY

THAT MOMENT OF GLORY

Candles may adorn
But they only provide light
In their consumption

SUTRAS

SUTRAS

Take time to read then
Among the ten thousand things
Find time to digest
Seed to manifestation
Meditation in motion

MU II

MU II

It’s time to give up
But who is it that gives up?
Okay I give up

MU

MU

Without attachments
Who would remain to remain
Without attachments

RICE AND BARLEY

RICE AND BARLEY

Two a misapprehension
There is only ever one
And yet are also two
No apprehension too

Like rice and barley
Found mixed up together
Letting go in the moment
Holding without grasping

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This is based on an old Zen story, but sadly even though I recall the story and its moral I cannot relocate it. Anyone?

JUST WORDS

JUST WORDS

They call it karma
Those who call themselves Buddhists
Yet love needs no name

PREPARATION

PREPARATION

One day we shall breathe
Out without breathing back in
Time to get ready

FLOWER SERMON

You know how it is.