Harry Dean Stanton – Review

Since Friday, with the passing of Harry Dean Stanton, I have been reading numerous accolades about the depth of his work as a character actor. I hadn’t taken notice of his work until about a week before his passing, when I watched an episode (#5, I think) of “Twin Peaks: The Return”. In that episode there is a scene that I count as perhaps the most profound that I have witnessed in this or any show.  It is a credit to all who produce Twin Peaks, but in particular to Harry Dean Stanton.
The gravity of the scene is captured nicely by Mark Butler in iNews.  Bravo.

Today: Allow new solutions to form from novel ideas – from the I Ching

It is a momentous, pivotal time.  The situation cannot be endured as it is.  Something must be done now, not by forceful means, rather by understanding the underlying causes and rectifying them.
Allow new solutions to form from novel ideas.
These will encourage support from youthful and energetic sources who will assist with manifesting a new order based on  the primal forces of attraction.

Read the text from Richard Wilhelm's translation of the I Ching

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“Love yourself. Love your soul and let go of the past. Past pain is keeping you in pain. You don’t have to deteriorate.” Yogi Bhajan
(via Ram Anand)

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