True Flavors Diner Lakewood

Duke Chapel

Durham St Joseph Church Hayti Community

Scott Carle

Pierce Freelon

CHUCK DAVIS @ ANGELA LEE RECEPTION

durhamnc And the bull Jumped over the Moon

July 2013 Event on DPAC

Kings of Durham

Mayumi and George Yamazawa Sr. for @TheBullsOfDurham living history book taken at the Durham Hotel Rooftop

life of Sidney Edgar “S.E.” Rochelle (1878-1960) who was a veteran, an entrepreneur and motorcycle enthusiast born and raised in Durham, NC.

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Anderson .Paak and the Free Nationals on Durham Cool for good reasons.

Today is:

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National Banana Split Day – August 25, 2019

 

Go bananas, because, on August 25, it’s National Banana Split Day! Give your taste buds the thrill of delicious ice cream and luscious chocolate.  How will you celebrate this special day with your significant one, family, cohort, sasquatch friends?

~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche 

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At the moment, the natural clarity of your mind is obscured by delusions. But as this obscuration clears, you will begin to uncover the radiance of awareness, until you reach the point where, just as a drawing on water disappears the moment it is made, your thoughts are liberated the moment they arise.
To experience mind in this way is to encounter the very source of Buddhahood, the practice of the fourth empowerment. When the nature of mind is recognized, it is called nirvana; when it is obscured by delusion, it is called samsara. Yet neither samsara nor nirvana has ever departed from the continuum of the absolute. When  realization of awareness reaches its full extent, the ramparts of delusion will have been breached, and the citadel of Dharmakaya beyond meditation can be seized once and for all. Here there is no longer any distinction between meditation and post-meditation, and experience is effortlessly stabilized; this is nonmeditation.

~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche