Monthly Archives: May 2011

THE WAY OF A WONDEROUS CLOUDY DAY

Whispering wet mist whirling with wind into a gentle, swirling rain popcorn-formed clouds do the late spring gray sky proud– daylight setting, fading out again– a mariner’s place beside the float of small, white sloops, as this splendid sky from … Continue reading

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MACROBIOTIC MUSING– FRONT AND BACK AS A KEY TO LIFE

George Ohsawa’s Order of the Universe Principle #2: Whatever has a front has a back. A keen awareness of this and recognition of the fronts and backs one encounters in life is a key that opens countless doors to learning … Continue reading

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