Christmas Eve In The Desert   4 comments

Christmas 2012Christmas Eve In The Desert — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Continue to digest the emptiness

The wise say all things are

connected in the Universe,

And remain so throughout time

Continue to digest the emptiness.

The foolish create aliens

from the unknown

“See the dragon in my garage.”

Continue to digest the emptiness.

Still trying to understand the message

in our fleeing experience

we seek to be identical with the stable.

Continue to digest the emptiness.

Our impermanent passing experience

is where knowledge exist

by not minimizing the significance of the whole

Continue to digest the emptiness.

Nothing can be retained

Even knowledge, like the fruit of the tree

decays as soon as it is ripe

Continue to digest the emptiness.

As gatekeepers to all things connected

By opening the gates to experience

We learn to love and care for others

Continue to digest the emptiness.

Seek not to ripen on the tree of knowledge

for knowledge that is “crystal-clear.”

only decays when ripe

Continue to digest the emptiness.

To stop connecting is to

Is to see the fruit as a constant red

Let the shade is continually changing

Continue to digest the emptiness.

Because we may lack the realization

Should stop us from crawling

with the “struggling ant.”

Continue to digest the emptiness.

As our reality is narrowed

Our ability to connect

Creating meaning and value is diminished

Continue to digest the emptiness.

.

— kenne

4 responses to “Christmas Eve In The Desert

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  1. 🎁 🎄 🎅 🙏 ☮️ 😎

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  2. Merry Christmas 🎄🎅🤶

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  3. I hope you enjoyed your Christmas. Greetings.

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  4. Much to contemplate, much to release. Thankyou for a year of gifts, kenne.

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