Tag Archives: haiku

Self, Not-Self

I just read an article on mindfulness, in which the author points out that there’s nothing so inherently great about “being in the now.”  Instead, we’re asked to understand that the way out from confusion and delusion, to becoming free … Continue reading

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Suspense In The Morning

The topic of the day is:  Will Bugs keep his breakfast down this morning? We thought we had this problem licked, by separating his food into thirds and feeding him one-third at a time.  Together with some stones in there … Continue reading

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Featured Feline: BabyKitty

Meet BabyKitty.  This feline knows what he wants and he knows how to get it. My friend Ben writes:  “BabyKitty is fixed, about five or six years old.  He was originally named ‘General,’ but he changed the name to ‘BabyKitty.’  … Continue reading

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Beds: The Haiku

From time to time, our good friend rumpydog issues a blog poetry challenge.  The form this time was haiku. Haiku is an ancient Japanese discipline – a seventeen-syllable poetic sketch, in three phrases of five, seven, and five syllables.  The … Continue reading

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