Burnt Forest

Fire-sculpted trees look like Native American artworks: Dark silence dancing.

In that dance, the sadness of death is seen as eternal, a gift from God. Seeing that is a gift to God.

That which is given — the gift — is ultimately made of the same stuff as the giver and the receiver. In a sense, therefore, nothing is happening.

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A conduit of nonduality culture since 1998.

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