Nyein Way

Rookie - 100 Points (19.1.1962 / Yangon)

Conceptual Light


nothingness show its nature when change happens and you are in the awareness of change, not under the concept change.
nothingness show its nature when change happens and you are in the awareness of change, not under the concept change.
nothingness show its nature when change happens and you are in the awareness of change, not under the concept change.
nothingness show its nature when change happens and you are in the awareness of change, not under the concept change.
nothingness show its nature when change happens and you are in the awareness of change, not under the concept change.
nothingness show its nature when change happens and you are in the awareness of change, not under the concept change.
nothingness show its nature when change happens and you are in the awareness of change, not under the concept change.
nothingness
show its nature when change
happens
and
you are
in the awareness of change,
not
under the concept change.

Submitted: Monday, August 31, 2009

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