Ok, so I’m going to cheat quite shamelessly today, and hope a few kind bloggers forgive me.
I’ve been dipping into this book: The Poetry of Zen , translated and edited by Sam Hamill and J.P. Seaton, and want to share it with everyone.
So I’m posting the poem I love best, and linking it up.
I’m being a bad blogger–but life has gone a little belly-up, and I’m trying to stay cheerful, and connected.
1LinerWednesday has been on my list of things to blog for a long while. I love Linda Hill’s posts, and everyone else who blogs one line or more each Wednesday, so that’s the first link.
If either of these linkies catch your fancy, read up on the rules (do not follow my example), and add your Wednesday posts!
What Wednesday bloghops do you host/ participate in?
What do you think of Lao Tzu’s poem–do any of the lines stick with you?
How has your week been like, so far?
I co-host the monthly We Are the World Blogfest: I’d like to invite you to join, if you haven’t as yet, to post the last Friday of each month a snippet of positive news that shows our essential, beautiful humanity.
This monthly event has brought smiles on the faces of a lot of participants and their audiences, and somewhat restored their faith in humanity. Here’s a sampler. Click here to know more. Sign up here and add your bit of cheer to the world on the next installment of September 28!