A Sense of Quiet

A sense of quiet:

there’s a sense of quiet now, a deeply settled feeling of stillness being at the heart of all matter even through the midst of motion, and I am simply an extension of this pattern. It’s early, well before birds give consideration to song, no sounds but the thought of mantra whispering past, until this too vanishes to the morning hush.




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