Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Fishing Rod

The most recent addition to my on going song cycle The Fisherman Songs is The Fishing Rod. This song has three points of conscience influences. The following 6th century Chinese poem by Shen Yuëh provides the text: Not only does … Continue reading

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Synchronicity?

Rendezvous with the in-laws at a mall  so they could take my daughter for the day. While there I thought about going to Barnes and Noble to see what books by Krishnamurti they carried. I changed gears and instead went to Staples … Continue reading

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What a simple and perfect motive…for a bird

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] What a perfectly wonderful motive. This is the Black-capped Chickadee’s call and since April these tiny birds have been going strong outside my window.  Of course I’m leaving out some important information that would make … Continue reading

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