Posted by Ben Naga
Let’s seek in friendship
Quality not quantity
Truth not appearance
Posted on February 6, 2015, in Senryu and tagged Friendship, Honesty, Love, Senryu, Trust, Truth. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.
Excellent. Quality is what matters in the end.
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You have quality in spades. 🙂
Reblogged this on Dawn of Divine Rays and commented:
Understanding that the ‘truth’ of our fellow Earth Families are valid, being unconditional and not hindering their advancement is what we all seek in friendship.
Thank you kindly. 🙂
Just what is friendship?
Do we seek some benefit
And if so, for whom?
In the end friendship is there
To help us drop “you” and “me”
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Ah! Dearest Ben, as always your thoughts mesmerize me. How have you been? It’s been a long time, ever since I changed my blog! Missed you. x
You leave me at sea
With no past to connect to
Who have you been?
(If revealing your earlier WP identity here is too public, then please e-mail me and lift the suffocating fog of ignorance in which I wallow.)
No worries! http://sweetlittlegirlmuneera.wordpress.com
Quality and Truth need to be at the center of life. Love this haiku as I love what you write. Your thoughts have such a depth of Truth and Quality.
Well I do attempt to remain at the centre of my life. 😉 (Although I must admit to frequent distraction.)
Those distraction are the tests we are given to see if we get too far away from our path. My mind wanders and I lose track of what I need to do today. But then I think, maybe that was the intention. Who knows exactly why what is Is.
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