H. F. (Tom) Noyes on interdependence

Basho (and Blyth) considered interpenetration to be the ‘religious’ element in haiku  — the element of wholeness, rather than ‘holiness’ . . .  All of life at all times, if we could but see it, is interdependently arising, ever in flux and always meriting our attention.   – H.F. Noyes (1918 – 2010) ~ gratitude to Eric L Houck for sharing this quotation

    • Paul Conneally
    • May 2nd, 2011

    even the smallest things when looked at closely can offer big insight

    the raddish planter
    points out the way to me
    with a raddish


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