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Kuzunoha

Parabola EditorsFeb 26, 20171 min read

Kuzunoha the Fox Woman. Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861) Kuzunoha is a popular figure in Japanese folklore. In this print, Kuzunoha’s true form (a fox) is visible in…

The Brave Little Parrot, Retold by Rafe Martin

The Brave Little Parrot, Retold by Rafe Martin

Rafe MartinJan 31, 20174 min read

Anonymous | Buddhist Long ago, a little grey parrot lived in a green forest. She was a happy bird, and loved to fly. One day a dark storm hovered over…

Playing with Laozi, by Elizabeth Napp

Playing with Laozi, by Elizabeth Napp

Elizabeth NappApr 22, 201611 min read

Laozi, Investiture of the Gods at Ping Sien Si, Pasir Panjang, Perak, Malaysia Photograph from the Ping Sien Si Temple in Perak, Malaysia taken by Anandajoti.…

George Adie: A Gurdjieff Pupil in Australia

George Adie: A Gurdjieff Pupil in Australia

Jeff ZaleskiJan 29, 20166 min read

George Adie: 
A Gurdjieff Pupil in Australia George Mountford Adie and Joseph Azize. 
Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. By the Way Books 
(www.bythewaybooks.com), 2015. PP. 418. $35 Paper Reviewed by…

When I Was Young The Silk, by A. R. Ammons

When I Was Young The Silk, by A. R. Ammons

Parabola EditorsJan 6, 20161 min read

T. Enami, Pilgrim on a Forest Road, 1898-1908 When I was young the silk of my mind hard as a peony head unfurled and wind bloomed…





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