Wednesday, March 11, 2009


I am you and you are me.

When you and I interact we complete a portion of each-others' reality.

Our experience of life is fulfilled in one another.

The world we perceive reflects what we know as ourselves.

So you are me and I am you.

I am you and me.


Ellen Kimball said...

I read your work silently and absorb through my eyes and skin. I used to write much of this in a journal I kept in high school and college. Regrettably, it was lost somewhere along the path of life.

I wish I could walk with you in the Japanese garden (or the Chinese Classical garden) in Portland. There is a place for these thoughts in our lives.

Thank you for your blog. It keeps me in "balantz".

Ellen Kimball

No Plane Zen said...

Thank you for writing Ellen. I'm sorry I missed your comment, I was away from my blog for a time. I would love a walk in that garden with you. And some tea!