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4 Responses to “Thoughts in Venice”

  1. susan says:

    Tentacles have both the ability to feel, touch, explore and be tender, as well as suckers to hold or consume. An interesting analogy indeed. But how much do we hold, consume, feel and explore – balance is surely good. Does that not give us wisdom, experience and compassion to move on and grow.

  2. mikael says:

    I like your thinking that tentacles of consciousness give us the ability to express wisdom and compassion. Perhaps these are the many arms of Kwan Yin, Boddhisattva of compassion. (Aren’t all Boddisattvas?)

  3. susan says:

    Tentacles have both the ability to feel, touch, explore and be tender, as well as suckers to hold or consume. An interesting analogy indeed. But how much do we hold, consume, feel and explore – balance is surely good. Does that not give us wisdom, experience and compassion to move on and grow.

  4. mikael says:

    I like your thinking that tentacles of consciousness give us the ability to express wisdom and compassion. Perhaps these are the many arms of Kwan Yin, Boddhisattva of compassion. (Aren’t all Boddisattvas?)