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Monday, 23 May 2005
Ashby sunset


This photograph is part of a time study. See here, but also my Flickr set here. The photos are taken one month apart at sunset, and are taken from almost the same spot.

Contemplating impermanence can be a liberating experience, one that brings both sobriety and joy. In essence, we become less attached. We realise we can’t really have anything. We have money and then it’s gone; we have sadness and then it’s gone. No matter how we want to cling to our loved ones, by nature every relationship is a meeting and a parting. This doesn’t mean we have less love. It means we have less fixation, less pain. It means we have more freedom and appreciation, because we can relax into the ebb and flow of life.

Sakyong Mipham: Turning the Mind into an Ally.

Posted by bigblue on 23/05/2005 at 08:30 PM
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