Archive for April, 2012
Maybe it’s time to go a new direction and change our attitude vis-a-vis our relationship to Mother Earth.
Ingredients: filtered water, lemon juice, and sugar.
I don’t really understand the chemistry of it, but I find it’s not enough to just drink water here in the desert. You can still end-up feeling depleted.
So I dilute lemonade with equal parts water (sparkling or still) and this seems to do the trick.
That’s a Wald basket (approx. $19.99 new) on the Nishiki.
I’m beginning to accept that on my short bike rides around central Tucson I can only photograph the landscape that exists — which is a landscape resplendent with concrete, abandoned shopping carts, and dumpsters.
However, paying close attention to the details of this landscape, I believe, creates a more intimate connection to the physical world.
For beauty is everywhere — even in ugliness it is possible to see beauty.
But the opposite is also true — ugliness exists within beauty. This is the paradox of living in duality.
Looking through the eyes of God — from within the unity of existence — what do you see?
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