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Dec 07
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Clouds of Basic Goodness
photo by Sonja Wells, Redding, California

photo by Sonja Wells, Redding, California

This monthly feature highlights snapshots of basic goodness taken by YOU, our readers, as seen out in the world, on the street, in the countryside, in another country, at work, home, garden or grocery store.

In Shambhala, we embody the tradition, practice and lineage of clear perception, true seeing, direct awareness, true expression. This is incorporated in every expression of basic goodness, and can be captured through the practice of photography. Capturing those moments of presence is a big part of our path in Shambhala, and sharing them is a big part of our societal expression. Hence: Snapshots of Basic Goodness.

This month the snapshots submitted had the theme of clouds and water. How the clouds move across the sky, the way the water drops to earth, all of this reflects the true nature of our minds.

(Click on each image to view larger.)

We invite you, our readers, to contribute. Share your moments of basic goodness with us! Visit us on Facebook: Shambhala Times Magazine.

See a moment of basic goodness in your life? Share it with a photo.

THIS MONTH: Looking for submissions of moments of basic goodness in relationship.

Send your submissions to the Shambhala Times at: [email protected]. The best three for each month will be featured, but it’s not a competition. If you have more that you want to share – contact your local Shambhala Center and see how you can get involved with your local blog, and visit our Facebook page to see more: Shambhala Times Magazine.

To see previous posts in this series, please click here.

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