Round and around we go The brush against rocks makes us glow Exfoliate the ignorant Revealing our erudition The the process is slow
I have some amazing conversations with people…I’d like to share them here. Not Me And yeah, your ex was….. a little dark one. Me …no, he wasn’t dark, he was angry…darkness doesn’t equate with anger…my darkness was attracted to his anger…but it doesn’t have to … Continue readingConversations…anger vs darkness
The practitioner that focuses on mindfulness Advances like a fire, Consuming the chains of bondage Both great and small. The Buddha Remember to remember, when you remember. Sogyal Rinpoche
Existing in a maelstrom. Flowing confusion, violent disquiet. Chaos ensues, mayhem usurps repose. Peace is found in the perspective.
It’s time to become me It’s time to discover Discover my voice Discover my passions Discover my secret desires My actions do not reflect the person I want to be… Reflect my love Reflect my creative Reflect my intentions Cultivate the … Continue readingIt’s time
I sometimes don’t like when I have moments of enlightenment. And it’s not that I don’t like being enlightened, but it’s frustrating to look at the repercussions of said enlightenment. For example, I’ve always considered the adage that how you are on the inside is … Continue readingAnger at an Adage
I’m trying to clean out some crap from my apartment and I found a bag full of information I received at a health fair last year. I’m going through recipes, trying to decide if I will try them or if I should just throw them … Continue readingPrioritizing a spiritual practice?
Compassion…sympathetic pity and concern for the suffering or misfortunes of others. Such a noble and wonderful notion. Buddha says that living a life of compassion is living in happiness. And I can see it. Being able to just sympathize with others, without judgment, without expectations, … Continue readingCompassion
Recently on Facebook, we (Minaxus Production Studio) asked if artist statements make a difference. It was a bit surprising to hear how much people actually prefer to read the artists intent behind a piece. Much of the time we consider art to be our expressions, … Continue readingArtist statements
There’s an article on Tiny Buddha today about being happy whether or not you succeed. And I’m simply not sure how I feel about that. I paint. I love painting. And that makes me happy. But I want to sell my paintings. Share them with … Continue readingSatisfaction in the effort?