Posted by Ben Naga
Now I am in place
And there’s nothing left to do
Since place is in me
Posted on February 16, 2017, in Senryu and tagged Home, Identity, Peace, Realisation. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
One of my favorite quotes by John Cage asks “What right do I have to be in the woods, if the woods are not in me?” This post reminds me of that.
It’s a very good question.
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I didn’t know that Cage quote, (Honest. 🙂 )
Your comment and his quote takes me back to your recent post “The Price Of Progress”.
All I need to do is to believe these wise words.
Your move, I believe. 🙂
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