Barrow Creek

When we no longer know what to do, we have come to our real work and when we no longer know which way to go we have begun our real journey.

~ Wendell Berry

 

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Spaces

Enduring loneliness is almost invariably better than suffering the compromises of false community. Loneliness is simply a price we have to pay for holding on to a sincere, ambitious view of what companionship must and could be.

~ Alain de Botton

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Murky

This is the pathless path - returning to where you were initially before you got lost. The deepest truth in you is where the journey leads - shedding, like taking off the layers of an onion, until you come to your essence. The key to the spiritual journey is not acquired outside of yourself. Rather it is shedding the veils to come back to the deepest truth of your being.

~ Ram Dass

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Sauntering

Trees go forth in all directions with every wind, going and coming like ourselves, traveling around The Sun two million miles a day through space heaven knows how fast and far!

~ John Muir

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Winter Sky

When you know that this moment is the Tao, and this moment is considered by itself without past and without future—eternal, neither coming into being nor going out of being—there is nirvana.

~ Alan Watts, The Philosophies of Asia

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