Buddha meets Bhakti in a joyous exploration of NOW!

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APR
16
2014

Visiting Holy Shrines

If you circumambulated every holy shrine in the world Ten times, It would not get you to heaven As quickly As controlling your anger. — Kabir
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APR
16
2014

The Silk Worm

I stood before a silk worm one day And that night my heart said to me, “I can do things like that, I can spin skies, I can be woven into love that can bring warmth to people; I can be soft against a crying face, I can be wings that lift, and I can travel on my thousand feet
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APR
16
2014

My Poems Attempt

All of what I would want my child to know my poems attempt. We are infants before each other, are we not, so vulnerable to each other’s words and movements. A school I sat in cured me of hurting others. I have come to see that all are seated at His table, and I have become His
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APR
16
2014

Huddled Beneath the Sky

The sadness I have caused any face by letting a stray word strike it, any pain I have caused you, what can I do to make us even? Demand a hundred fold of me – I’ll pay it. During the day I hold my feet accountable to watch out for wondrous insects and their friends. Why would I
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APR
16
2014

That Lives in Us

If you put your hands on this oar with me, they will never harm another, and they will come to find they hold everything you want. If you put your hands on this oar with me, they would no longer lift anything to your mouth that might wound your precious land – that sacred earth
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