WhoCaresWins wrote:I enjoyed being back in school. I do enjoy working with the young people and it was very interesting not being the person in charge of the class-room.
Hopefully this is the start of some better times
Green is in the middle of the visible, seven-color spectrum and thus epitomizes the qualities of balance and harmony. It is the color we relate to in nature, trees and plants. Hence Green Tara' s color represents a blending of white, yellow, and blue - colors which symbolize, respectively, the functions of pacifying, increasing, and destroying. Green also denotes youthful vigor and activity and hence the Green Tara is always shown as a young girl having a mischievous and playful nature.
The Buddhist Lord of karma (action), Amoghasiddhi, is also associated with this color, thus reiterating that green in Buddhist thought is the color of action.
WhoCaresWins wrote:Weight 69.5kg (10st 13lbs)
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