Friday, October 12, 2012

Three Images

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Three Images

By James Clair Lewis

In the Tibetian Mandala of the Wheel of Life, they show three animals at the center, who keep this world of illusion turning. They are a Pig, a Rooster, and a Snake. The Pig represents Greed. The Rooster represents false pride or ignorance. The Snake represents duplicity, malice & hatred.

In Buddhism they don't believe in Satan, or any evil entity who causes all the problems in the world. Instead they talk about Ignorance, and they teach that our Ignorance is the cause of all suffering.

The greedy pig.

The strutting cock.

The snake in the grass.

Nasty images, aren't they? I'd rather they weren't in my world. Here are three images I much prefer :

The Sheltering Tree

The Fool on the Hill

Musicians at a Concert

Yes, I prefer a world that revolves around Compassion, Wisdom, & Joy!

These animated Moving Mandalas are very large files. Please click on the pic, and wait for it to load. The Contemplation will be very enabling, carrying your Mind beyond the mundane world

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