Posted in Ann Emerson, Buddhism, General Interest



It’s good for your spirit.

Ann found this photograph on CatalystYogi.


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3 thoughts on “A LITTLE GIFT FROM ANN …

  1. I have always preferred animals to people. We have always quite simply been in sync. 18,000 years ago when I smoked a little dope … and I do mean a little as a joint would last me a week and I do mean long ago as a lid cost me $7. Well, the first thing that I always wanted to do after a few tokes was “get little.” Littler than Mr Squirrel here … so that I could be on a par with all creatures, but also so that I could go anywhere. I thought that it might be the key to a time machine.

    I love this peace/piece. I love and appreciate it. Thank you.


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