And I mean, man.
Millions spent on concrete, wood and bronze in place of charming pine and cypress trees, only to build the largest, boldest and most domineering of all statues, paralleling the builder’s ego perhaps.
Is that what Buddha would have wanted?
If God exists he isn’t just churches and mathematics.
He’s the forest, he’s the desert.
He’s the ice caps, that are dying.
He’s the ghetto and the Museum of Fine Arts.
– Mary Oliver, At the River Clarion