November 26th

“Barn’s burnt down– Now I can see the moon.” - Masahide

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6 Responses to “November 26th”

  1. Marie Says:

    wow, wonderful photograph…

    Is the quote a bit like not being able to see the forest for the trees..or rather being able to see everything more clearly once irrelevant details are cleared from your mind.. although I do think trees and barns are rather important.. I’ll look up Masahide,

  2. Marie Says:

    maybe it means even when things are going bad for you can find solice in nature.
    many meanings to this haiku

  3. joggle Says:

    Hi Marie
    I think that your barn burning down is not the best thing in the world, but to me the poem says that even misfortune offers a chance to see the world differently, maybe even more beautifully than before – accepting what is rather than lamenting what was.

  4. lisa Says:

    maybe, “there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so” from hamlet, or “always look on the bright side of life” from monty python was it?

  5. lisa Says:

    “everything is gold”, Bruce

  6. irene Says:

    “Life is a balance between rest and movement.” Osho

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