Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Crafty One In The Teaming Rain

I donned an old hoodie and my water resistant jacket and hit the street in a downpour for the very first time. The Abbey, Tesco, The Hill and back thinking and listening so as to help my ignorance of discomfort.

Your So Fine -  Ike & Tina
The Best Of Everything - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Train In The Distance - Paul Simon
She Came In Through The Bathroom Window - The Beatles
Passive / Aggressive - Fun Lovin' Criminals
When Did You Stop Loving Me , When Did I Stop Loving You - Marvin Gaye
Doesn't Anything Last - Fleetwood Mac
On Your Way Down - Little Feat
Come Together - The Beatles
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now - Harry Nilsson
Gone With The Wind - Frank Sinatra
D'yer Mak'er - Led Zeppelin
Jammin' Me - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
The Wild One, Forever - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Rock Me Baby - Ike & Tina
Mindfields - The Prodigy

Dukkha can be considered as suffering (and pleasure) in the ordinary sense; dukkha arising out of the impermanence of things, even of a state of pleasure; and dukkha in the sense of five aggregates meaning that the “I” constituted by any individual is nothing but a totality of five aggregates (form, feeling, conception, disposition, and consciousness). In brief, whatever is non-eternal (whatever is 
subject to the law of causality) is characterised by dukkha for this is the human situation.  

1 comment:

Nick Browne said...

dukkhing and diving?