Gluten free manna from heaven.
A circumzenithal arc.
” … what we practice is what we get good at. We are always practicing something!
— Sara Ivanhoe
Post Christian or pre Christian?
Bears are forest puppies.
The history of Jesus, the mystery of Jesus.
“The current of the flowing river does not cease, and yet the water is not the same water as before. The foam that floats on stagnant pools, now vanishing, now forming, never stays the same for long. So, too, it is with the people and dwellings of the world.”
— from ‘Hojoki,’ a Japanese poem from the 13th century
A rabbi goes golfing on the holiest day of the Jewish year. God’s assistant alerts God to it. God says, “Watch this,” and the rabbi shoots a hole in one. “What?” The assistant says. “Why would you do that? You didn’t punish him, you gave him a hole-in-one! On the one day he shouldn’t be golfing!”
“Exactly,” God says. “And who is he going to be able to tell about it?”
Four strong words:
Creative, resourceful, open and optimistic.
Every now and zen.
The Lord’s Prayer says us and we, not I and me.
Buddha half smile overcomes frowny resting face.
The runners haiku:
Heading out to run
will it rain on me today?