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Someone else’s soup

One of my darker poems

Someone Else’s Soup

 

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Hacked By Shade

Hacked By Shade

Hacked By Shade

 

GreetZ : Prosox & Sxtz

Hacked By Shade <3

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Sweet Current of Delight

I’ve created an audiofile of one story in the “Thirteen Clues” book. It’s called Sweet Current of Delight. You can listen to it here. I would very much like input as to whether I should do the whole book this way and make an audiobook on CD. I think I probably need better recording equipment. Opinions??

Sweet Current of Delight

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Here is an article I wrote while I was in Israel for six weeks in 2006.  It’s called “The cats in Jerusalem are feral.” Hardly everyone will recognize its political content.

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Water by the dock at the Vesuvius ferry on Vancouver Island

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“Thirteen Clues for the Beginning Mind”

BookThe inspirational tales in this book come from a rich tradition of story-telling that has its roots in the ancient beginnings of spirituality. Because they explore a variety of cultures, westerners and easterners may respond to different stories.

"Thirteen Clues for the Beginning Mind"

“Thirteen Clues for the Beginning Mind”

The majority are east Indian and therefore culturally Hindu, but there are also some Muslim stories, some that are purely fables, some that are completely areligious, and some that are Christian.
These stories were profoundly inspired by the spirit and teachings of Sathya Sai Baba. Although he is/was a religious figure, there is no particular religious agenda being propounded here. The stories simply elucidate the deep truth that underlies all the great religions and spiritual movements.
A final word: these tales can be fruitfully used as a basis for meditation. Each of them reveals deeper meanings when subjected to careful thought and a kind of loving analysis. They are sent with love to all who read them. Indeed, they are meant to increase the amount of love in the world.

Read a sample story: The Sadness of the World