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A word of Buddist Wisdom, Two Sides of the Coin and ROYGBIV…

I have never reblogged before, so here goes . .

It is very clear to me, as a visual person, that color brings to mind certain emotions. I have been very familiar with the color wheel since I learned about it in grade school. Myspokenheart puts a “spin” on the color wheel (pun intended) and suggests somewhat of an emotion wheel where all emotions have equal and positive effects on the paintings of our life.

I loved this idea and thought I would share with you . . .


“We are taught that suffering is one promise that life always keeps. So that when happiness comes we know it is a gift, and it is ours only for a brief time.”  U Aung Ko ~ Beyond Rangoon

I love the movie Beyond Rangoon, it’s not a popular pick, but it is one of my all time favorite movies. There is just something raw and honest about it even though it is a fictitious story, with fictitious characters  – it is based on true events and shares the truth about Rangoon [Berma], and the atrocities that have occurred there.

If you haven’t seen it I recommend it, but you may want to have some kleenex handy.

(Plus it has an absolutely gorgeous soundtrack.)

But none of this is my point. My point is the quote above. It is my favorite line from the movie. And I truly believe it…

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Trying to make sense of it all and . . . for the most part . . . doing it.

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