Tag Archives: Chow Dog Zen

Watchful

Don’t turn your  Back on a  Possum just because You think It’s dead. –Chuy

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Greeter

When loved ones, friends or strangers come to visit, Be first to go forth and greet them.   -Chuy

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Soaring

Watch a Turkey Vulture soar. He climbs higher and higher without a single wingbeat. Borne aloft on currents created by the warmth of the sun. So are we buoyed and lifted by the warmth of love, and a joyful heart. … Continue reading

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Wilds

Real wild animals in the wild (not edited wildlife shows on TV) spend all of their time, day and night, awake and at sleep, with their entire beings seeking the most basic needs. Food. Water. Safety from predators. This is … Continue reading

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Presence

    Burst through doors. Make an Entrance! Jingle!   -Chuy

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Catcher

Death is part of the circle, and one would be wise to remember this always. We mustn’t dwell on it, but we must be ever aware. We know the sun will set every day, but we don’t agonize over sunset’s … Continue reading

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Christmastide

There’s this crazy story about how animals speak at midnight, the moment Christmas Eve becomes Christmas Day. I must tell you there’s no truth in that. An animal is unable to speak.  We are thankful for this. Imagine never having … Continue reading

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