Brian Taylor is a Poet and Philosopher who lives in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: peace
“God is good.” Not quite right. Why?That follows the stumbling way. To the chopping off of handsin Mecca and Medina.Or to the world’s most valuable art collectionin the Vatican.Or to the crucifixion of prophetsin Jerusalem.Or to the brainwashingof the Poor … Continue reading
Go for growth say our Masters.Globally!And Growbally!And not too Slowbally! And the Rich grow richer(and the Poor grow poorerand not too slowbally, says Gnome). And the bombs fall thicker(on legitimate targets). Go for Stability and Peace, say we!Globally!As we are … Continue reading
War breaks outin the land of the golden calfor in the columnsof the Daily Telegraph. Peace is found in cloister or hearthin intervals of waror the exhausted aftermath. Whateverdeclarations of waror articles of peaceare signed,they flowfrom the labyrinthine meanderingof the … Continue reading
In Buddha’s sunlit laboratory(or Dhamma chamber),experiments by laboratory assistants(or monks)demonstratethat if you shine the lightof investigationon form, feeling, perception, thoughts and consciousnessand apply continuous mindfulnessat the very centreof the rising and fallingof these phenomena,all things are seento be without a … Continue reading
The Unquiet Deadseek their Peaceon the ever-spinning Wheel,within a world where they just leasethe small part they can see and feel. And what they see and feel still grieves them.And what they think is real deceives them. Although the Suffering … Continue reading