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October 07, 2010

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anonymous

Constant change, impermanance.....enough of anything turns into a lack of something. Desire.....then the middle way. Not too much, not too little. Is the glass half emtpty, or half full?

Genju

Enough

Enough. These few words are enough.
If not these words, this breath.
If not this breath, this sitting here.

This opening to the life
we have refused
again and again
until now.
Until now

David Whyte, Where Many Rivers Meet


My favourite poem...

Willie R.

Everything has already happened.

Nothing follows.

Joseph

enough tea?

Joseph

perhaps, it's time to sit!

Steve

we change

Suzanne

The realisation I've had (excuse possessive) is: whatever is happening is enough. I just couldn't see it "before".

Barry Briggs

Thanks, everyone. Enough of enough!

Cynical Mask

What happens when we've had enough?

We complain about it! What else?

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