Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: children
Time drifts away,as mist fades on the mountain.The world itself is hardly more real,the living waters springingfrom life’s fountain run dry,leaving discarded bonesbleaching in the sun. There is no moleculebut strives to be the whole(or if it can’t encompass that, … Continue reading
When I was very youngthere was something called “Grownups”.(Like dinosaurs they are now “extinct” –the stage after “endangered species”). Occasionally, a Grownup would say,“I was miles away!” We children would look at the Grownupwith wonder.How did he do it without … Continue reading
Your true Self plays tennisfor joyfor fun;like children dancinghand in handon the sandin thefoaming breakers. Two fingersof the same handdrummingan improvised rhythm. The Egoic Mind playseverythingto win. .
Acharn Suphot is the Temple Warden.Previously he was Headmasterof the Temple School for thirty five years.“In the past, for as longas anyone can remember,children studied the Code of Good Conduct.Thirty years ago, the Governmentappointed a Christianas Minister of Education.Soon after … Continue reading
It is now two millennia sincethe Security Seraphimswere withdrawnand the Gates of Eden reopenedto the General Public. Free Admissionto all children(before their parents succeededin banning them). Free Passesto those adults who agreeto leave their baggage outside(as strongly recommended by JC)and … Continue reading
is what we have inherited,are fed and bound by, have created,in which we breathe and have our being. It encourages us to eatas much junk food as possibleand be as fat and unhealthy as possible. It is where, when the … Continue reading
Let’s pretend, say the childrenrushing to the beach,building high their castle wallsas far as they can reach. Let’s pretend, say their parentslying in the sunthat we’ve just won the lotteryand our new Life has begun! Let’s pretend, say the teenagers,that … Continue reading
Leaves blowingin a windthat has no origin(and no destination). Shadows fallingon an ancient wall(fall and fade). Still the childrenwatch the shadows fall.And learn and learnand learnto name them all(before they fade). Handsreaching fingertipstowards a distant,uncomprehending moon;clutching in frustration(shattering its reflectionin … Continue reading
The pure cry of the uncomplicated childbefore it has been trainedin the verbalisations of this worldis the Voice of the Eternal. Learn from it:that the way back to Godlies backwards beyondnamingand identifyingblamingand mentifying;that the Tree of Knowledgeshares the One Rootwith … Continue reading