Thank you very much.
Are not Americans natives of the world ? This is Hindu, Hindu Om.
We should realize oneness of humanity. Mentally, physically and emotionally we are all the same. Happy life deserved by everybody.
To become genuine practitioner…We need some effort to bring full conviction, the practice of compassion and love, loving kindness, these things are of immense benefit to oneself and to others.
(Muki the bomb dog, checking for explosives and firearms)
We human beings a social animal, every survivor depends on the rest of the community. Friendship, spiritual cooperation, very essential. me me me totally against reality. Result, lonely.
Happy community, happy society. Among your neighbors that Family who have real human affection among their members, that family no matter how poor or how difficult things it is, that family actually much happier than those families, very powerful very rich but lack all inner peace, unhappy.
(Crowd control and client protection is easier with no client and a small crowd.)
(mindfulness is critical in this and every moment)
8 thoughts on “Calm mind agitated mind”
Lovely series of photos providing glimpses of a lovely day. An honor and a privilege to hear His Holiness the Dalai Lama speak; his humor, gentleness, cheerfulness and great good sense filled me with a renewed sense of hope that compassion will become a daily practice for most of us and will ultimatley lead to global peace. Thank you, Billy~your photos are thought provoking, as usual.
Great shot Bill. I saw you at the Pavilion and was looking forward to seeing the event through your eyes (and lens). Always a treat for me.
love this one of the policeman with frilly air
Prof Emory has a rare brilliance when armed with a camera. Comparable in some ways to rich music or poetry, his photographs exhibit a close observance and interest in the ordinary events of life. These are pictures of great latitude, beautifully seen and sincere.
Powerful images, Bill. It’s always a treat to see the world through your visual poetry. And I love the quotes, too.
The shot with the incense smoke is one of my favorites ever. Great stuff, B.
Good one, Prof. Emory!
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