Andrew Furst

Trout on the Cascades – A One Minute Meditation

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Flirting with the brink Life seems the richest closest to death If you enjoyed this post,  please like and share. Minute Meditations is an ongoing series of short videos, poems, and commentary intended as a meditation.  Offered as an opportunity to step back from your cyber routine and settle into a more natural rhythm, if only for a minute. Dialectic Two Step, Modern Koans, Verse Us, Say What?, and Minute Meditations all copyright Andrew Furst Subscribe to My NewsletterJoin me for a little peace through reflection, art, video, sound, and poetry These…read more

UU Sangha Poem Cameo

Posted by in Books, Clouds Tell Us

A poem from my book Clouds Tell Us made a cameo in the latest installment of the UU Sangha. Click on the link to read the issue (the poem is on page 10) If you don’t know, the meditation group that I lead has its home at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Reading . UU Churches are often home to western Buddhist groups. The UU Sangha magazine is produced by the UU Buddhist Fellowship; a confederation of those groups across the country. Take a look, it’s usually a good read and they…read more

What’s The Difference? – Say What?

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If you enjoyed this post,  please like and share. Say What?  is an ongoing series of laconic exchanges on Buddhism in the format of a comic strip.  Dialectic Two Step, Modern Koans, Verse Us, Say What?, and Minute Meditations all copyright Andrew Furst Subscribe to My NewsletterJoin me for a little peace through reflection, art, video, sound, and poetry

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Busking – Verse Us (Poems by Me)

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If you enjoyed this post,  please like and share. Verse Us – Poems I write: haiku, senryu, mesostics, free verse, random word constructions, I might even use rhyme or meter once and a while. Dialectic Two Step, Modern Koans, Verse Us, Say What?, and Minute Meditations all copyright Andrew Furst Subscribe to My NewsletterJoin me for a little peace through reflection, art, video, sound, and poetry

Why Are Christians the Most Persecuted Minority in The World? – Dialectic Two Step

Posted by in Dialectic Two-Step, Writings

The image displayed shows the results of an Open Doors 2016 study of the top 50 nations where Christian’s face persecution. It should be noted that the study is in the context of an organization whose goal is to evangelize. Evangelism takes as its foundation the idea the Christianity is a superior religion to the local majority religion. To begin, I want to call out what facts I consider to be solid. Christianity is the largest religion. A larger population is subject to a larger variety of phenomena; including acceptance,…read more

From: The Pythagorean Sonnet – Concrete Poetry – Compass Songs

Posted by in Compass Songs (Poetry), Favorites

From: The Pythagorean Sonnet From: The Pythagorean Sonnet Part of a series of concrete poems from the Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry founded by Ruth and Marvin Sackner If you enjoyed this post,  please like and share.  Compass Songs is an ongoing series of works by poets that I enjoy. Poetry, as the Zen Masters have said, is like a finger pointing to the moon. It speaks the Subscribe to My NewsletterJoin me for a little peace through reflection, art, video, sound, and poetry

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