be still and the universe comes to you

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Die 

the great death,

and in the cool ashes of

the funeral pyre you

will meet what

never

dies.

 

How is

this accomplished?

By letting go of thoughts,

sacrificing all sentiment,

abandoning emotion,

ignoring the

senses.

 

Solitary,

transcendent, unseeking,

absorbed in stillness and doing

not-doing, you will find that

the universe comes

to you.

 

Wei wu Wei Ching, Hexagram 12

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all frogs go to heaven


 

The

video tells the tale.

This frog was poisoned at my

parents’ home in Florida by Bifenthrin,

something their lawn care company uses,

and that they allow them to use,

on their lawn to “control”

“pests”. 

 

This

kind of unconscious,

unwitting behavior — in which 

I, you, we all engage daily, is killing

not just frogs but bees, birds, the sea. It 

is imperiling all life on Earth, as time goes on.

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you for watching

 listening, sharing, and

caring. I believe, and hope

you do, too, that the life

of every being is 

sacred.

Aloha!

 

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s’tao

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Stay

centered in the

Tao  and the world

comes to you: comes, and isn’t

harmed; comes, and finds

contentment.

 

Most

travelers are

drawn to music and good

food. When Tao is talked  about,

 the words can seem bland

and flavorless.

 

Looked at,

it may not catch the eye.

Listened to,  it might not seduce

the ear. Used, it can never

be exhausted.

 

from The Tao te Ching of Lao Tzu,

Chapter 35


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