Photo 25 Aug 45 notes Thiksey Monastery, Ladakh, India.

Thiksey Monastery, Ladakh, India.

Photo 25 Aug 12 notes Baramasa:The Month of Bhadaun

Baramasa:The Month of Bhadaun

Photo 24 Aug 31 notes Tanigami Konan Western Flower Woodblock Prints 1917

Tanigami Konan Western Flower Woodblock Prints 1917

Video 24 Aug 9 notes

Beautiful Chinese Music - Bamboo Flute

Text 24 Aug 65 notes

zenmind-nomind:

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Without opening your door,
you can open your heart to the world.
Without looking out your window,
you can see the essence of the Tao.

The more you know,
the less you understand.

The Master arrives without leaving,
sees the light without looking,
achieves without doing a thing.

Tao Te Ching verse 47

Photo 23 Aug 147 notes arjuna-vallabha:

Vishnu, northern India

arjuna-vallabha:

Vishnu, northern India

Photo 23 Aug 3 notes Dressing. Varanasi
by entrelec
on Flickr

Dressing. Varanasi

by entrelec

on Flickr

Photo 23 Aug 19 notes Shri Krishna Flying Kite

Shri Krishna Flying Kite

Photo 22 Aug 3 notes Love Letter to the Earth

While many experts point to the enormous complexity in addressing issues ranging from the destruction of ecosystems to the loss of millions of species, Thich Nhat Hanh identifies one key issue as having the potential to create a tipping point. He believes that we need to move beyond the concept of the “environment,” as it leads people to experience themselves and Earth as two separate entities and to see the planet only in terms of what it can do for them. Thich Nhat Hanh deems it vital that we recognize and respond to the stress we are putting on the Earth if civilization is to survive. He insists that mindfulness and a spiritual revolution are needed to protect nature and limit climate change.

Love Letter to the Earth is a hopeful book that gives us a path to follow by showing that change is possible only with the recognition that people and the planet are ultimately one and the same.

Love Letter to the Earth

While many experts point to the enormous complexity in addressing issues ranging from the destruction of ecosystems to the loss of millions of species, Thich Nhat Hanh identifies one key issue as having the potential to create a tipping point. He believes that we need to move beyond the concept of the “environment,” as it leads people to experience themselves and Earth as two separate entities and to see the planet only in terms of what it can do for them. Thich Nhat Hanh deems it vital that we recognize and respond to the stress we are putting on the Earth if civilization is to survive. He insists that mindfulness and a spiritual revolution are needed to protect nature and limit climate change.

Love Letter to the Earth is a hopeful book that gives us a path to follow by showing that change is possible only with the recognition that people and the planet are ultimately one and the same.

Photo 22 Aug 410 notes bluepueblo:

Canola Fields, Xinghua, China
photo via amanda

bluepueblo:

Canola Fields, Xinghua, China

photo via amanda


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