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Mount Hua, China. For thousands of years Taoist monks have been walking up and down these vertiginous steps to get to and from their temples and shrines. - via Terra Nova Magazine's photo on Google+

Mount Hua, China. For thousands of years Taoist monks have been walking up and down these vertiginous steps to get to and from their temples and shrines. - via Terra Nova Magazine's photo on Google+

I know, hun. You've had more than enough close calls, and so many direct confrontations about us... I can't imagine what it's like for you. I wish we could trade places for a while, so that you didn't have this hanging over you :(  /I'm struggling, baby.  I didn't arrive at any of this easily, and after talking, i just feel confused.  My world has alway felt right when you and I are connected; yet things get so complicated. I can't imagine the void in my life if you're gone from it, but I…

I know, hun. You've had more than enough close calls, and so many direct confrontations about us... I can't imagine what it's like for you. I wish we could trade places for a while, so that you didn't have this hanging over you :( /I'm struggling, baby. I didn't arrive at any of this easily, and after talking, i just feel confused. My world has alway felt right when you and I are connected; yet things get so complicated. I can't imagine the void in my life if you're gone from it, but I…

Construído durante a dinastia Tang (618-907), na confluência dos Minjiang, Dadu and Qingyi, ao sul da província de Sinchuan. Sua construção foi iniciada pelo monge Haitong que acreditava que o Buda pudesse acalmar as fortes águas dos rios que causavam destroços as navios que passavam, porém sua construção só foi concluída por seus discípulos , 70 anos mais tarde.

Construído durante a dinastia Tang (618-907), na confluência dos Minjiang, Dadu and Qingyi, ao sul da província de Sinchuan. Sua construção foi iniciada pelo monge Haitong que acreditava que o Buda pudesse acalmar as fortes águas dos rios que causavam destroços as navios que passavam, porém sua construção só foi concluída por seus discípulos , 70 anos mais tarde.

"The road goes ever on and on, Down from the door where it began, Now far ahead the Road has gone, And I must follow, if I can, Pursuing it with eager feet, Until it joins some larger way Where many paths and errands meet. And whither then? I cannot say."

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