Archive for the ‘Buddhism’ category

Zyklon B Zombies – Never Too Leyte

February 20, 2013

A performance piece for Dionysian Heights. Part Two: Death Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it – George Santayana This is a revision of the earlier video with something that I consider more appropriate both to us at the time, the feel of the piece, and how I feel right now.  The […]

Disappearing Bees? Re-appearing Karma

March 30, 2012

Neonicotinoid pesticides and Colony Collapse Disorder   The Register reports on what seems to be a pretty good study from some guys at Stirling and Lancaster Universities in the UK.  The “boffin-years” worked (as The Register puts it) by them and another French team now have very good proof that it’s a group of pesticides, […]

Jeff Crowe: Not In This Funny Old World

March 17, 2012

It’s a funny old world. Jeff and myself hardly spoke for over 20 years yet I find I miss his presence on the planet more than I’d have thought possible. I think that at the root of it all is the unrequited wish by myself that somehow things would be alright between us, that in […]

Funny Looking Volkswagen Camper

January 29, 2012

Question? Spotted in Bournemouth.., and taken on my mobile phone So what is it? A. My friend tells me it’s a Subaru Samba – and that it is!  It’s a 5th generation model Subaru Samba made to look like a VW Camper.  This British Subaru Sambar VW Camper mini replicas business actually sells a variety […]

Castaway, Crawling Chaos and The Coral Sea

December 6, 2011

Ichinen Sanzen It (literally) means 3000 realms in a single moment of life.  This means that for any given moment your life is composed of everything; all thoughts, all history, all presents and all futures.  You only ‘sense’ things one at a time, yet they’re always there. I’ll soon be toddling off to the beach […]