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Monday, August 10, 2009

Zen Monday: #58


Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what the photo's about. I look for something provocative or, failing that, at least something odd.

As I post each new Zen Monday photo, I'll add a label to last week's to identify it if necessary (if I know what it is).

21 comments:

Eamon said...

"I Left My Heart in Kamakura"

Why is little little monk out on the pavement?

Italo said...

"Yes, I've been the yellow Buddha, but Petrea putted me on the sun for this photo and I burned. Thank you Petrea, if I were one of my colleagues now you'll have a numinous punishment in your house, grasshoppers, frogs, wind, rain. But I'm buddhist, and young: You'll just have some spams in your mail". :D
ahahahah Eamon, I read "I left my heart in Kamasutra" ahahah.

Nikki Beaumont said...

This is an advertisement for Lazy Buddha Furniture.

Susan C said...

I hope Pasadena Adjacent and Trash Tuesday don't get wind of this.

Cafe Pasadena said...

It's not wise to sit out in the sun for too long.

marley said...

Even buddha needs a rest!

J+P said...

If you meet the Buddha on the road, tip him.

altadenahiker said...

Zen and the art of termite control.

Pascal Jim said...

Blocking a driveway in a 2 hour parking zone?
On the upside, not a bit of litter or trash to be seen....

Margaret said...

She was so in the moment she forget her sunscreen.

Almost Precious said...

Ah, curbside meditation for those in the fast lane! You want that with or without fries ?

dive said...

Yay! The zenith of Zen!

pasadenaadjacent said...

It's a sign! A opportunity to go beyond your fear of curbside finds. I do hope you stopped the car and put him in your trunk. If you didn't I will.

AmyR said...

Come to our yard sale, you'll find inner peace.

J+P said...

What is the sound of one Car Hop-ping?

USelaine said...

Yeah, see? This is what happens when you start gettin' into all the woo-woo California stuff. Under the guise of "meditating", you hang around, napping in the 'hood, fingering your nipple, ponderin' where your next thai burrito tapas are coming from... It's really kind of sad.

Trish said...

And to think the termite guy SAID it was ok to go back in the house...Buddha apparently went in a little too early.

Petrea said...

I think Italo was right! My email's not working today. Something's wrong at the server. Perhaps I should have chosen a different photo to post!

Poor Buddha. I would have loved to have picked him up, PA, but he wasn't free.

If anyone needs to email me, for now use aertep (at) gmail (dot) com.

Thank you! Another fun Zen Monday. I figure a Buddha is Zen, right?

Ms M said...

Looks like ommmmmmmmm to me...

Anonymous said...

is it the world that's at a slight angle.. or is it me?

Petrea said...

Maybe a little bit of both?