One step closer to a gargantuan task. I have a book cover before the book is ready. I’m a visual artist at heart therefore having a book cover for my upcoming book makes it closer to reality for me. I now have a much deeper appreciation for anyone who have written or in the process of writing … More Wisdom Tree for the Digital Eden
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When I was working for a company, I found ways to incorporate my hobby into my work place. In the spring, I would bring my bonsai to work to display at my desk. Co workers would come by and admire it. I even found a way to do a class at work with…
I’m compelled to write about the subject of TIME because of a couple of incidents that happened this week. It’s 4:46 AM in the morning and I’ve been awake since 2:50 this morning. My original plan is to continue writing my book and hopefully finish my manuscript ready for editing. I sit here typing away … More Time Illusion
For a few months now I’ve been tossing around the idea of combining bonsai with meditation. My idea was to heighten the meditative experience by having a bonsai present in the room. Some practitioners use flowers to help the environment of meditation. I even came up with a cool acronym, BAM – Bonsai Assisted Meditation. … More Bonsai Assisted Mindfulness
It’s the day after thanksgiving in America. Also famously known as “Black Friday” here. While many Americans go to shopping centers and big box stores to get the best deal on that electronic item or a fuzzy toy marked down so low that they are willing to camp in front of the store to be first … More Bonsai Misunderstood
First styling on this urban Yamadori Tam Juniper. Lots of long branches that are kept for now until new branches grow closer to the trunk. If all goes well, I would like to move this tree in a smaller pot spring 2018.
A famous tree may have become too famous that resulted in its own demise. I think there will always be a small percentage of people that are menace to society. More of us should do more good to marginalize them. https://kottke.org/17/09/rip-the-broccoli-tree