Thursday, March 10, 2011


While doing my asana practice this morning, I noticed light on the second of the two pillows I bought in March of 2008, the one on the left. The pillow on the right was a gift from an old friend who made the beautiful print in the photo below this one:

Then I drew two peacocks with a #6B pencil:


Translated from Sanskrit by Ravi Shankar and Dr. Nandakumara:

May there be tranquility on earth, on water, in fire, in the wind, in the sky, in the sun, on the moon, on our planet, in all living beings, in the body, in the mind and in the spirit. May that tranquility be everywhere and in everyone.

This morning I had a good talk on the telephone with another old friend who lives in North Carolina and who reminds me that a sense of humor is essential. We've been friends for 44 years, beginning with our freshman year in college.

Today is the first of my two days off. Yesterday was exactly one year since I began working at home at my new/old job of proofreading medical reports.

This is the 903rd post on my blog (-:

Thanks to all who continue to stop by!


Taradharma said...

and thank you for continuing to share your life, thoughts, and photos and art with us! Love the music, too.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful light and drawings, am.

Zhoen said...

Congrats. Enjoy your time off, you need it. We all do.

Anonymous said...

process is so interesting, and you open the window to us here. thanks. kjm