Posts tagged "fish"

Keeper of the Koi

We never really own anything. Do we? We think we do, but in a way we are just enjoying, borrowing or caring until we pass it on. We find pleasure in the hunt, enjoy the possession of material items, without truly realizing that it’s never  truly ours, forever. With my work with the Koi, I... Read more »

Ice

Ice. Newly fallen snowflakes that froze. Photographed in infrared light. M. Malinowski
Ice. Frozen snowflakes that found their way to a forest and captured in infrared light. When you need to search within, there is no better place to see yourself than a forest in December with new fallen snowflakes. It is enlightening to the trained eye, and transcending to the spiritual who can see not what... Read more »

Living Christmas

You can formally educate yourself, practice your religion, read books on spirituality, listen to music, attend yoga classes, become a vegan… yet the entire universe goes away when you stand in front of a forest. This is where you will find peace. This is the living Christmas. In the spirit of the season and all... Read more »
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The Golden Carp

The Golden Carp. NIshikigoi, or Koi as they are known have been a part of a culture for centuries in Japan that honors the history and mystery behind this beloved fish. A symbol of determination, ambition and achievement, the legend speaks of the carp that struggled to swim up the Yellow River in China, fighting... Read more »