Monday, August 8, 2005

wheels of justice, more often than not...

wheels of justice, more often than not...
Originally uploaded by paynehollow.


olympiada said...

This reminds of "what in Buddhism is called samsara, a hopeless cycle that goes round and round endlessly and causes us to suffer greatly", Chodron, Pema, "When Things Fall Apart", p. 9. You have inspired me to finally create my third blog, my art blog and post my art where I portrayed a wheel just like this.

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Sky Niangua said...

Interesting view of justice Dan.
Rusted, jagged, uneven, immobile...

A relative of mine always said...There is no such thing as justice or equality.

Maybe she'd seen this wheel before...


Dan Trabue said...

Yeah, Sky, this is a rather bleak interpretation of justice. Although I feel that way about justice sometimes, I remain optimistic nonetheless.

Call me a sicko pollyanna if you must. I believe right will out. As Tutu says:

Goodness is stronger than evil,
Love is stronger than hate,
Light is stronger than darkness,
Life is stronger than death,
Victory is ours through God who
loves us.


Sky Niangua said...

I'm glad your an optimist Dan.
Until my NDE I was too but now view life as a cycle more than a winning/losing match. It ebbs and flows by those participating at their time here. Thats why in Earth lessons "history" continues to repeat itself because those who 'learn' move-on.

I appreciate your photos and thoughts my friend.

in peace