Thursday, March 18, 2010

One hundreth post give-away

A bit of a milestone - this current post will be my 100th. I would like to mark it by giving away one of my small meditation-reflection bowls - the one in the photo below. This bowl was one I made for the Super Bowl Challenge 2010.



On one of its wings it has Peace stamped into it and on another Joy. You may be aware that I make these bowls to be held in the palm of the hand and used as an aid or focus for meditation; or simply as something that might enable the person holding it might reflect on to pick up the energy of the words.

What do you have to do to be part of the give-away? In the comments section at the end of this post I would simply like you to write your favourite quote or haiku on quietness or stillness. You would need make your comment by Tuesday 23 March. I will use a random number generator to chose the winner; and announce the winner in a post on Wednesday 24 March.

I look forward to your quote or haiku. Have fun. You can enter more than once. Tell your friends they can enter.

12 comments:

  1. Honk if you hate noise pollution. ~Author unknown, seen recently on a bumper sticker
    from Ken M ....

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  2. hmmm... a whole new voyage of discovery, thanks B. My fav's...K

    leaf falls from a tree
    and returns to it
    it was a butterfly

    a giant firefly:
    that way, this way, that way, this -
    and it passes by

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  3. in quietness
    and in confidence
    shall be your strength

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  4. in quietness
    and in confidence
    shall be your strength

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  5. http://www.thenazareneway.com/essene_gospel_of_peace_book_two.htm#VisionsOfEnoch

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  6. S I L E N T - L I S T E N
    six letters, two words, one meaning

    words by gemma black

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  7. ..to the people waiting only for cheery blossoms,
    would I show the Spring,
    a fresh shoot of grass,
    on snow covered hilside.
    Rikyu

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  8. Only still waters
    reflect the stars.

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  9. Carolyn Fowles-PrinceMarch 23, 2010 at 7:45 AM

    In the stillness I find my center....(a dancer, can't remember exactly who! Probably Martha Graham!)

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  10. An old silent pond...
    A frog jumps into the pond,
    splash! Silence again
    Basho

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Comments are welcomed - it is good to connect with fellow travellers.