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What we can learn about dukkha from extreme thirst

Charlotte Delbo's thirst in Auschwitz drove her mad, but she survived with help from her friends. http://drivingwithnohands.com/mud-and-not-a-drop-of-water/ …See More
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anna grace replied to the discussion 'Haiku Corner' in the group Tricycle Community Poetry Club
"the fog spirals around-  a mother's hugging arms                        breath revs  heart -- vipassanna meditation is 11 days of looking inwards,  though everyday…"
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Recent posts from the Poetry Club's current discussions

the fog spirals around-  a m…

the fog spirals around- 

a mother's hugging arms

                       breath revs  heart

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vipassanna meditation is 11 days of looking inwards,  though everyday practice is different,  the introspection no longer makes me want to cry, ...

I lost a chance to post, though going by what you wrote, did I really or did I not,?!!

can't open this link without…

can't open this link without creating a gmail address, Gary..  What was the splendid haiku that didn't get selected?  (the one without 5/7/5... i am curious..)

gloom n doom disappeared like a puff of smoke 

.. and thank you Gary for the  drift

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