A reminder, “like we always do about this time…”

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    [...] Courtesy of the talented Rod Meade Sperry at The Worst Horse. [...]

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    Wonderful!

    Barry

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    yes, he was!

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    “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. ” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Sounds like something out of the Dhammapada :)

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    simple clear and straightforward. very nice.

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    Word…Waaaayyy UP!!!

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    Wow. Love this.
    Also love this space. Fun.

    Many thanks.
    Glad I came by via “Ox Herding”.

    Namaste.

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    do you have a high res version?

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    sorry to say, but no.

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    Wow, Great message. I’d love to have that image as a wallpaper for computer.

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    i could imagine a beautiful series of these…
    ammon hennacy
    gandhi
    tolstoy
    dorothy day and any number of catholic workers

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    Lovely. Thank you.

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    [...] a Thousand Words… 2010 January 27 by Maia Duerr From The Worst Horse, by way of Susan Piver — [...]

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    secundra beasley Says:
    January 27th, 2010 at 6:58 pm
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    Can I attempt to put this on my Facebook page as my profile (I will credit you).

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    of course!

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    Depends on your definition of “Buddha,” I guess. Not to diminish the importance and greatness of MLK, though.

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    Thank you

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    [...] our friend Rod from The Worst Horse reminds [...]

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    dharmadonkey Says:
    January 24th, 2011 at 1:42 am
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    Dr. King was a great bridge builder. He communicated and organized with groups from many different religions, including the now well-known Vietnamese Buddhist Thich Nhat Hanh. Other Civil Rights leaders were a bit more isolationist (and less successful) in their approach…

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    Lovely!

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