This one gives a sense of the tremendous power of the breakers after a storm in the Pacific.
Krishnamurti – Real Action
That is what we have been talking about this morning, the emptying of the mind of the ‘me’ and ‘you’ and the ‘we’ and ‘they.’ Then you can live from moment to moment, endlessly, without struggle, without conflict. But that is real action, not conflict, brutality and violence.
from The Flight of the Eagle
“Mitakuye Oyasin refers not just to the interconnectedness of all that exists – plant, animal, mineral – but also includes the elements such as rain, wind, and lightening. Honoring all phenomena in this way allows us to appreciate not just the sky, nature, and living beings, but the rhythms and cycles of the natural world. We can tap into the Lakota Sioux concept of “Mitakuye Oyasin,” or “all my relations,” and appreciate the fact that everything is connected to everything else, making all that is truly one family. Continue reading
upon becoming invisible
the invisible shows Itself – only that
slakes my thirst.
i must drop all points of reference
all identity, all characteristics,
all carry-overs of ‘me’,
all that i want, i prefer, i am,
and yet be infinitely gentle