|Imagine a tree so tall we need to invent equipment to climb it and all our friends to hug it.|
|It's true! The kundalini energy is tingles. Buddhist meditation is better under trees!|
|California has the best, oldest (bristlecone), and tallest (redwood) trees in the world.|
|Roots of trees are best for meditating.|
|The bodhi tree still lives in Bodhgaya, India|
|Veneration of a sacred grove of trees in India|
|I'm here to hug you! - Then why do you have that sword? - To cut your vine? - Go away!|
|Let me climb and embrace you.|
|Let me enwrap you.|
|Let's have sex? - No, just hugs.|
|Tallest tree, CA|
|A dryad hugs itself as a tree.|
They're easy to do -- things no good and of no use to oneself. What is useful and good is really harder than hard to do.
- *Certain reeds of the bamboo plant family perish immediately after producing fruit.
(166) Let one not neglect one's own welfare because of [or even for the sake of] another, however great. Clearly understanding one's own welfare, let one be intent upon the good.
|The bigger our trees the better!|
If this sticky and wretched craving overcomes one in the world, one's sorrows grow like wild grass following a rain.
But if in the world one overcomes this wretched craving, so hard to escape, sorrows roll off one like beads of water off a lotus flower.