Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
- Brian Taylor
- tree of Life
Tag Archives: mind
Over and over, you and I sift the contents of our mind and try to find the people we think we might have been. Try as we will, behind the painted curtain, one thing is certain; Nothing is ever seen. … Continue reading
“It came to mind,” She says. Horse or Rider? It came to mind. A flower of the Void? Or something that builds its web inside her? At Troy the Gods took sides making the Trojans deaf to Cassandra’s warnings. Wotan … Continue reading
Spirit is the substance of Happiness. It cannot be perceived by Mind or Body. It infuses them when there are no fences facing.
To the rose the garden disappears. To the garden the rose withers away. (If you were the gardener, what would you say?) Trace it all back as far as you can from where it is now to where it began. From … Continue reading
Take away the brain and the mind has nowhere to shape itself in. It needs to find another somewhere. Take away the mind and the brain is a runaway train without a driver to apply the brakes. The brainless mind … Continue reading
Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Everyman is his own gaoler; shuts the door and turns the key, ends up where he wants to be, looking at what he needs to see – you for you and me for me. As Māra … Continue reading