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    Falling leaves power point show Falling leaves power point show Presentation Transcript

    • Photo Courtesy of tanakawho @ Flickr A violent storm whips up in the mountain
    • sending trees crashing to the ground Photo Courtesy of CrankyPK @ Flickr
    • After the storm, a sage ventures out of his hut Photo Courtesy of stuckincustoms @ Flickr
    • Photo Courtesy of sharfalens @ Flickr On the ground are leaves of a myriad of colours
    • most of the leaves lying are old brown leaves Photo Courtesy of horiavarlan @ Flickr
    • among them are yellow leaves Photo Courtesy of sackton @ Flickr
    • there are also several green leaves Photo Courtesy of aptmetaphor @ Flickr
    • Photo Courtesy of xjrlokix @ Flickr leaves that have been bitten by insects
    • Photo Courtesy of colin.j @ Flickr ..… and tender young leaves that have only recently unfurled
    • The sage looks up… Photo Courtesy of yunphoto.net
    • Photo Courtesy of yunphoto.net
        • most of the leaves still left on the trees
        • are young green ones in their prime
    • Photo Courtesy of Here's Kate @ Flickr there are some young shoots
    • Photo Courtesy of selago @ Flickr some newborn ones that are sick and yellow
    • Photo Courtesy of clairity @ Flickr brown and bent ones that still cling on to the branches
    • Photo Courtesy of tanakawho @ Flickr and many other leaves that have holes in them
    • – like the mottled brown leaves Photo Courtesy of curtdeath @ Flickr When a storm of death blows through a family, it usually take the senior aged ones
    • the yellow leaves…. Photo Courtesy of yunphoto.net - like the middle aged ones
    • the sick ones – as like the leaves with holes Photo Courtesy of dawe @ Flickr
    • also the young and strong ones that are in their prime like the green leaves
    • and sometimes, the storm of life takes kids, like young shoots that only sprouted recently. Photo Courtesy of ·▪•● Peyman ●•▪· @ Flickr
    • Photo Courtesy of denisgiles @ Flickr Why is my loved one taken away from me? One asks -
    • Is it because something that I have done? that infuriated the heavenly beings? Photo Courtesy of yunphoto.net
    • Or is it because something that I have that infuriated the heavenly beings? not done Photo Courtesy of yunphoto.net
    • But have one forgotten? That it is only nature at work… Photo Courtesy of yunphoto.net
    • That a storm whipping through the forest…. will leave a trail of falling leaves in its wake… Photo Courtesy of ramson @ Flickr
    • Photo Courtesy of seeks2dream @ Flickr and that human beings too, like the falling leaves…
    • Photo Courtesy of Jim Delaney@ Flickr are a part of ... nature.
        • If you think this slideshow has benefited you, please forward it to:
        • Someone you know who needs it now
        • Or someone who will need it in future.
      Photo Courtesy of yunphoto.net
    • Credits Story inspired by the late Ajahn Chah. Brought to you by Ajahn Brahm, author of “ Opening the Door of Your Heart” and “ Who Ordered this Truckload of Dung”. Photo Courtesy of Peter Ca-pecast@ Flickr Music – “Somewhere in Time” by John Barry and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Images & Sound Effects by the generosity of anonymous donors and photographers as credited.
    • This slideshow is dedicated to all sentient beings. Photo Courtesy of bonguri@ Flickr
    • - towards happiness - to end sadness - to a permanent state of bliss May all life find the way Photo Courtesy of accentoneclectic@ Flickr