Posted by Ben Naga
We breathe in
We breathe out
Until we don’t
Posted on May 21, 2017, in Quatrain and tagged Death, Existence, Life. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
Profound in its beautiful, elegant simplicity, Ben.
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Profundity, beauty, elegance, simplicity: what more could one ask for? Peace, perhaps, but then if the first four are present you probably notice that peace came as part of the package. 🙂
At least we can envision it. 🙆
The first step?
Yep. Hold that thought….
Ben, your blog is a sanctuary. Thank you
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Thank you. That’s a lovely thing to say., and if that happens for someone then I am very happy. 🙂
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