I feel bad for the young man killed recently by a shark and for his family, yet, while it seems callous of me to say so, it appears that this was one of the most direct cases of karma at work that I have ever seen. The pictures of this guy that appeared on the news made it obvious that he was a sports fisherman, and not the type to engage in catch-and-release. He appears in the photographs always holding up a large fish he has caught, while other dead fish lay around his feet. He killed fish for fun, not food, and a fish killed him. Karma.
“Remember you are free to choose your path in life, but you are not free from the consequences of your choice!” ~Mary Anne Potter
I wonder sometimes if time seems different to different species. For example, does an hour seem like a long time to a fruit fly that only live a day or two, while it seem like a quick flash to an animal or plant that lives hundreds of years? After all, I would thing that a kiddie swimming pool would seem like an ocean to a mosquito, but like a drinking bowl to an elephant, so why shouldn’t time work the same way?
Some interesting new posts on the Cosolargy blog.
“Here from the heart wordless mysteries!
Understand what can be understood!
In mans stone-dark heart there burns a fire
That burns all veils to their root and foundation.
When the veils are burned away, the heart will understand completely…
Ancient love will unfold ever-fresh forms
In the heart of the Spirit, in the core of the heart.” ~Rumi
My dog, Cocoa, tries out the new comfortor.