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Beside the temple pond

ivonprefontaine:

I love haiku. There is a presence in the words because they are so carefully chosen and mix so well with the silence in spaces between.

Originally posted on AshiAkira's Blog:

Beside the temple pond

Is the statue of Buddha

Silent as he was

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About ivonprefontaine

I have been an educator for almost 20 years. Prior to that, I worked in private industry for 15 years, then returned to university to earn my education degree. For the past 11 years, I have been a co-creator of learning in a unique, progressive, alternative educational school of choice. Currently, I am engaged in a doctoral program at Gonzaga University in Spokane. A main theme in my learning there has been the roles of systems thinking, complexity theory, and organizational theory, and how they apply to education generally and the learning environment I share with students, parents, and colleagues.

7 responses »

  1. Please help me taste this exquisite dish, your view is hidden from my perch. Please expand in what you see, where the passion exists, the ?

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  2. I think it is in the silence that views are hidden. Even my view is obscured and not fully revealed. It disappears in the silence, the depth of the pool and I try to express in the next word.

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  3. We love anything Temple. We especially love this. The silence leaves us with our own thoughts. Just shows a few words has more impact than a page of meaningless nothings. Great find.

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