Tag Archives: Death

THE VALUE OF A BREATH

One breath is like the picture worth a thousand words. . . Of which, perhaps, you’ve heard. . . The latter snapped or brushed or else some such, can show so very many things in texture, shape, relationship, and living … Continue reading

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A BIG LIFE FROM A LITTLE DEATH

Find, each day, a way to live that means, that when you die a little bit, it’s not a time to fight against, nor to give up– not at once– into your earthly final rest, but a time you will … Continue reading

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THE GRACE OF BREATH

Find a way just to accept the volume and the quality, however it may be, of your one and only breath. For it is crucial from the start the way it feeds you, pleads you “Live!”, the way it moves … Continue reading

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CURIOSITY– A MATTER OF LIFE AND DEATH

“Curiosity killed the cat.’ Gee- who said that? I guess someone from a some big city, and, though the saying’s really pithy, I’ll guess such a one would tend to have an iffy tic of broad verbosity. Sure, choose with … Continue reading

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HOW YOU DID WHAT MOM AND DAD WOULD HAVE YOU DO

To some degree you’ve always done the things for which your dad and mom to have you do had some or other kind of need. To cry, when no one noticed your true hunger or your thirst, or when you … Continue reading

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LONELY ON THE JOURNEY

Loneliness. . . as sad as death, or even more. . . a restlessness, and underlying lack of comfort, while being in this single moment, feeling in this single breath, yearning, thinking that to be in company– with just anyone, … Continue reading

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PEOPLE DIE IN THEIR OWN WAY

People die in their own way– it’s hard to say what gives– especially when you live to see the ones you love shock you and go suddenly, or at the other extremity, you see their mind and body strength painstakingly … Continue reading

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