In trying to write this blog in English I hope finally able to start jabber a few words in this language. I will mobilise various tools for that my text be in accordance with the rules of grammar and spelling. Thanks for your corrections and comments.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Stellar tree

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This picture can be different depending your computer.

78 comments:

krn said...

The first question which came to me was to know if it was symmetrical. I saw that it is not .
Momo, did you see this tree in the sky or in your dreams ?
I like very much trees.

Momo said...

Krn, It's just almost symetrical, indeed.

I see this tree in my head of course, but also in my dreams, I've a remember from my childhood regarding a trip in fligh from Chile to Italia. The hostess and the orange candy's, them smile and a strange dream of stellar square trough the window, etc..

Momo said...

Me too, I like trees.

krn said...

Orange candies were my favorite ones when I was young.
Is it a dream or something you remember ?

Momo said...

Twice.

You liked orange's candies ?

Now, I don't like sugar, I prefer other kind of sugar.

krn said...

I don't like either the taste of the sugar, but I still like oranges.

Other kind of sugar ? Honey ?

krn said...

Sometimes, I dream too.

It was the full moon, early, in the early hours, At the foot of the stairs of the square of the quite numbed opera.
You shivered with cold and you tightened me against you, tenderly but so strongly at night as the first train due to leave for Venice, Verona or Florence, I would have taken it with you…
And as lost and mislaid children, we would have together laughed at desperate days.

Momo said...

Hello, krn, I don't understood all you said, but it seem very nostalgic and romantic :-)

krn said...

You are right, Momo, it was a very tender and romantic dream.

doreus said...

Dazzling, this tree!

krn said...

Nobody has ever amazed me as Momo, Doréus.
This tree is like his author.

Momo said...

Hoooo, a new word !!!! Thank you, Doreus :-)

Momo said...

Krn, I would like to have a trunk like this tree.

krn said...

Momo, trees are not as the human being. The main part is not in the appearance.
The age of a tree, it is also its beauty.
A hundred-years-old oak is magnificent. The human kind looks only at the outside beauty.

Momo, I have never seen you, but for me, you are magnificent, as this tree.

Momo said...

Ho, it's more than I can bear, thank you, krn :-)

krn said...

Momo, what misses us, both of us, it is not the trunk, they are roots. These roots which anchor us in the ground and which give us energy of the Earth.

Momo said...

But roots aren't too much sedentary ? I like move.

krn said...

You can move as you want.
I speak about roots of energy.
There is also an energy which comes from the sky.

I am searching how tell that in my blog.

Momo said...

Interesting subject, so I waiting for you in your blog.

In the meantime, good night, krn :-)

doreus said...

Rootedness is one thing that is too often missing in our fast-paced civilisation.

We too often act like moths attracted to artificial lights... and finding out too late that they are not the light we were searching for.

Rootedness does not require one to be sedentary, but give grounding wherever one happens to be.

doreus said...

Protestant theologian Paul Tillich used to speak of God as the "ground of being". I like that idea of the divine.

krn said...

The night is over, Momo.
I hope you will be fine to day. For me, it's time to work.

The divine is all around us, Doréus, and the Earth is part of it. Good night.

krn said...

I saw the moon this evening. it was tiny, with a foggy halo around it.
The weather is cold and wet.
Good night.

Momo said...

Good night, krn.

Thank you for your visit.

:-*

krn said...

Trees can be a subtle source of energy, of illumination or even cure.

They are also an ancestral symbol of Beauty and Freedom.

Numerous traditions advise to speak to trees, to touch them or to meditate under their shade.
It is the case at Celts, Buddhists and Amerindians.

krn said...

Trees allow to to recharge one's batteries. We can contact them with an aware approach, with meditation, by tightening them in the arms or by leaning of the side where the energy emanates from them.

I feel your tree as a very benefic one.

Momo said...

So the meaning of trees is almost the same around the world ?

krn said...

Formerly, the human being was in communion with the nature, everywhere.

Now, only certain awakened persons feel this enormous energy.
It is a energy rather easily perceptible, it is just necessary to pay attention to it .

I can feel it, and I am sure you can too, as you are a sensitive person.

Momo said...

krn, indeed, I am sure I can too, water become more and more cold, today it was at 3 degrees, and I can say that I felt the nature surrounded. Yesterday, I went to the swimmingpool, because I have to make exercices, but, really, chlorinated water isn't my cup of tea. Anyway, I'll continue go to the pool, at least untill mars, because it isn't possible swim enough time into the cold water. Detail, after pool I have a strong smell of chlore.

krn said...

Regrettably, Momo, it is impossible to keep a water exempt from harmful entities in a reservoir closed as a swimming pool.
The Chlorine just guarantees hygiene, not energy, even if there is all the same a little bit of it, it is water.

Momo said...

I hate chlorine, sometime I ask myself if we are in process of destruction of the earth with all these chimical products (but I think the earth know very well how to get rid of humans).

But, all things considered, there are a kind of erotic of the swimmingpool not unpleasant, maybe it's more easy to go to the pool if I try see the things in this way.

krn said...

Erotic? For once I believe that we don't have the same perception of things.
In what a tank in concrete where the slightest sound reverberates until become inaudible can evoke eroticism?

Momo said...

I try, krn, I try, otherwise isn't impossible for me come back there.

Momo said...

Erratum : "... isn't possible for me come back there".

krn said...

Yes, I understood that it isn't possible to come back to the swimming pool if you have no interest.

It was just the word "erotic" which amazed me.

Momo said...

Maybe it's him inspired me this term...

http://lunettesrouges.blog.lemonde.fr/2008/06/25/miroslav-tichy-a-pompidou-1/

http://lunettesrouges.blog.lemonde.fr/2005/08/15/2005_08_miroslav_tichy/

doreus said...

A pool may not be erotic in itself... but it can engender eroticism (I do speak from personal experience here...)

Momo said...

I'm interested about your experience of pool, Doreus, but I don't know if I can wait more details.

Krn, why exactly the term erotic has amazed you ?

Eroticism is everywhere, even in the ugly things.

For me this is a new thing, I never saw pool in this way, but the eroticism of pools isn't a thing so unknow as far as I know, finally I believe to have understood why people appreciate so the swimming pool. .

Momo said...

I'm happy to have found a new way to go to the swimming pool, and I don't talk only from the scopic way. Of course, chlore stay there, but maybe it will less corrosive.

doreus said...

Chlorine is not something that ever is really pleasant, but you will be able to get over this feeling if you have another reason to enjoy the exercise you get in the pool. You can still return to the pristine waters of the lake for purification.

As for the story... It shall remain a secret; not something I would vent out here in public. It was a long time ago (20 years, actually!)

krn said...

Momo, I looked at the links about Miroslav Tichy.
"Miroslav" means "Beauty of the world"
I am going to search more about it.

krn said...

I meant: the work of this man.

krn said...

Momo, Doréus, to come back to the eroticism in swimming pool, doesn't it seem to you, through the images of Miroslav Tichy, that the eroticism is this part of mystery which surrounds the object of the desire?

Isn't it more erotic to suggest rather that to show? Don't we say that the best moment of love, it is when we are going upstairs?

When the time of the discovery is over, the eroticism is a game. We can by this game, discover somebody else through the person whom we trust.

Imagination and fantasy are the roots of the eroticism.

Momo said...

Doreus, I absolutely understand you.

What do you think about Matoo's blog ?

Krn, did you find more information about it ?

Momo said...

krn, in my opinion eroticism is more wide and complex than just search of pleasure. Basically, I think that eroticism begins with manufacturing of tools, knowledge of a purpose, because the manufacturing of tools has changed our brain.

krn said...

I liked what sais this blogger

Momo, of course, eroticism is more wide and complex than just search of pleasure. I am not sure that the finality is pleasure.
That subject is too wide, we can't talk about it in some lines.
We touch the motivation of the human being.

Momo said...

Yes, I agree, too wide subject, and specially in English.

krn said...

It is also my opinion.

It is a subject for sleepless night, sat on the ground with a full teapot and some chocolate.

krn said...

By waiting this night, which is not still in our diaries, I propose that we are going to sleep.
I worked today as weekday and I need dark and restful night.

Sleep quietly, Momo, I burn some orange incense, because of candies, to dream...
:-*

Momo said...

:-*

doreus said...

I really like the idea of a long sleepless night's chat with a full teapot. I'd go for that!

About Matoo's blog, I have not really fully explored it. I quite like the presentation and some of his articles are really entertaining.

Momo said...

Yes, a teapot full of puffed rice, I drink alway puffed rice tea since I found this tea last week.

Very good tea for a nice sleepless night chat.

krn said...

Puffed rice ? Never heard of it. I distrust already ready mixtures.

I thought rather of a light tea gently spiced with cardamom, a little ginger, a pinch of cinnamon and clove and a slice of orange. At the same moment voluptuous and fruity, freeing the word and the mind.

Momo said...

I like these words : "...freeing the word and the mind".

Puffed rice tea is a chinese's mix, I like very much, but your mix seems delight too, above all after winter bathing.

;-*

krn said...

I like spices. This tea is the one used by the Tibetan monks to protect itself from effects of the cold when they meditate sat in the snow during sometimes three days.

I often drink it very hot in winter.

krn said...

I also like the preparation, it is as a rite.

Momo said...

Usually I don't like tea, I don't know why lately I begin appreciate tea. Maybe because of the cold bathings.

krn said...

Momo, because now we are close friends, I am going to reveal you a very big secret concerning me:
I never drank coffee of my life.

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Momo said...

Never ?

krn said...

Never. I wonder even if I am not the only grown-up person in that case in Europe.

krn said...

When I saw that you were a fan of coffee, I wondered if I had to say it.

Momo said...

Amazing ! But why ? Why never ? Nevertheless, my rapport with fish isn't so much different from your rapport with caffe. Phobia ?

krn said...

No, no phobia. I went very young in Scotland, I learnt at once to like tea. Nevertheless, my mother drank a coffeepot of coffee every day.
Later, I did not want any more. I would need a good motivation.
Something that I couldn't forget.

Momo said...

In that case, you drank coffee before, isn't it ?

I'm not sure if I've understood.

krn said...

No, I have never feel like coffee .
I believe that I do not like the taste, but really, I do not know.

If I drink coffee one day, I would want that it is an exceptional day. Then, when I would drink coffee again, I would remember.

Momo said...

Krn, coffee isn't a drink, but above all a desir, a souvenir, a thought, etc...

krn said...

Momo, now, when I think of coffee, I think of you.

But I have no remember, I can't drink coffee.

I would want to look at it, to smell it, to take the cup in my hands, as if it was a initiatory beverage.

krn said...

un café nommé désir.

Momo said...

krn, it's maybe better don't touch the coffee, it cause too much addictive and no good rapport for panic attacks.

I advise you to stay with tea.

Anyway, I try stop drink coffee, and my purpose is really to drink only two or three tears of coffee daily, just for freeing the word and the mind.

krn said...

How will you do to say "stop, I am crazy of coffee, but I just put my lips in it and that's all" ?

Momo said...

I'm so crazy of coffee that I can be happy just with the smell and presence, without even drink a drop. Isn't crazy that ?

krn said...

Would you be happy also only because the coffee exists?
Or this presence is necessary ?

Momo said...

Indeed, I think the existence of the coffee is enough. I don't know why, but I alway thought that the existence of coffee is comforting, like the existence of poetry.

krn said...

I completely understand what you want to say and I agree.
Sometimes I am satisfied of this kind of things.

For example, I am satisfied that there is somewhere somebody as you. You are the absolute proof for which I waited, that the thought precedes the material.

Momo said...

Thank you, krn, you are too kind. Interesting what you say regarding thought precede the material.

Momo said...

Good night, krn.

krn said...

Good night, Momo.
:-)