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The aim of the project is to generate collective experiences and document the diverse processes within the urban landscapes contributing to the dialogues and practices of the Urban Emptiness Network, investigating silence and emptiness in contemporary cities, through parallel and simultaneous actions in New York, Brussels, Athens and Edinburgh.
I'm afraid of the emptiness of your being, the shell of
In the third chapter, the longest and most complex, Duckworth presents several views of emptiness, including the other-empty (gzhan stong) positions of the Jonang scholar Dolpopa and the seventeenth-eighteenth c.
Consequently, the meanings that Buddhists assign to the ontology of emptiness arise from conventional understandings of an inherited lexicon of meanings--they very well may not be valid in terms of the supreme truth.
Moreover, this play is an attempt by the artist to understand the world through artistic creation as well as the emptiness within.
Each day I think of you Mum and realise you have gone, I can't explain the emptiness that life has now become, they say that time's a healer but I am not so sure, for every time I think of you I miss you more and more.
The collection of untitled poems comprise a meditation upon the mind itself particularly as it attempts to understand the emptiness we sometimes name Baby sometimes King sometimes God and sometimes Devil.
I can therefore wholeheartedly relate to the Mother's Day campaign as I too have felt - and still feel - the emptiness on such a day as Mother's Day.
I can therefore wholeheartedly relate to the campaign as I too have felt - and still feel - the emptiness on such a day as Mother's Day.
Emptiness and temporality; Buddhism and medieval Japanese poetics.
Introduction to Emptiness as Taught in Tsong-Kha-pa's Great Treatise on the Stages of the Path by Guy Newland.
Three weeks ago Ashleigh Buchan, of Aberdeen identified Motorcycle Emptiness by Manic Street Preachers.