Archive Monthly Archives: June 2021

“Love”

“Love is not selfish. Selfish love is not really love, but infatuation. Infatuation produces misery. One is all the time worrying about losing the person or object one is attached to. Love yields peace and harmony. Genuine love does not require anything from the beloved. On the contrary, it accepts them for who they are […]

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“Good Vibrations”

“The spiritual vibrations emanating from the holy man acted on him like an intoxicant; but an intoxicant of the soul rather than the body. His spirit became obvious and central: it pushed his body out of the picture. It pulsed in joyous beats, extending out from where his physical form used to be, shining, glowing, […]

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“A Bath of Gold”

“As the afternoon ended, the landscape got bathed in a light of gold more precious than any king’s treasury. The rough ground to his immediate right gleamed like piles of strewn nuggets. The higher hills above this ground resembled bars of gold warped under great heat. A stretch of glacial ice could have been an […]

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“Sky War”

“Sky War”: “The sky seemed to be constantly at war now. Its cannon would thunder and its rifle fire crack. Ranks of nebular vehicles raced forward; explosions flashed all around them. Armies would meet and clash and then the welkin would be left with the detritus of battle: shreds of cloud, immense bruises, disabled tanks, […]

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“All Is Alive”

‘Eternal, all-encompassing Bliss surrounds even the smallest particle of creation. Death is an illusion.’ The seeker turned his head toward the buttes. From the thickly clustered evergreens emanated cascades of what looked like silver foam, bubbles of glinting argent. From the buttes themselves flowed huge sails of the same frothy, frosted silver. He lowered his […]

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“Himalayan Sunset”

“In the midst of unpacking his gear, the sun began to set. Theo stopped what he was doing and moved to a hummock overlooking the draw. The sinking sun had painted a wide swath of the mountains before him in deepest rose. The huge piles of cumulus set behind the tallest visible peak showed the […]

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