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Friday, April 09, 2010

The Bodhi Tree

I've been getting a whole lotta "hits" lately from people looking for images and words regarding the "Bodhi Tree."

Me likes.

On the other hand, the number of people searching for the definition of the term "Watershed Moment" continues to dwarf all other search terms.

These factoids leave me pondering.

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Blogger anna said...

I have no idea how people stumble upon my blog or why... and I'm ok with that.

Sat Apr 10, 09:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One of my most popular search terms (which really leaves me pondering) is 'Who hasn't Selma married?' Is there some serial bigamist named Selma out there I don't know about? It's hilarious.

Sun Apr 11, 06:18:00 AM  
Blogger June Calender said...

I once saw the Bodhi tree, or it's progeny -- "They" told me it was a cutting from a cutting from the original and it was in the deer park, but the deer are now fenced in. I am no wiser, it was not a watershed moment but a memorable one all the same.

Mon Apr 12, 03:03:00 PM  
Blogger Jonas said...

I hear what you're saying, Anna. People "faces" materialize only to vaporize. It's all a mystery to me.

Still. What got me to ponderin' was this notion that many are caught at the crossroads - those watershed moments that we each must face. And there are people searching for peace of mind, for tranquillity. Methinks these populations intersect in some cosmic Venn Diagram.

Oh, stop, Selma! I just snorted Diet Coke through my nose! I can't claim a single search term even remotely as entertaining or confounding as that.

(I'm feeling inadequate)

By the way, how many HAVE you married? Just askin'

I find the very notion, June, kinda mind-blowing. To think that one can sidle up to an off-shoot of the very tree that Buddha leaned against whilst pondering! I love the nostalgia, implications and symbolism of that!

Mon Apr 12, 04:22:00 PM  
Blogger Ponita in Real Life said...

I have to admit I pay no attention to search phrases whatsoever. I blog, I read blogs, I comment on blogs. People come and go. I come and go. That's the way of the Blogiverse and who am I to question the workings.

Wed Apr 14, 10:45:00 PM  
Blogger Adrienne Sharpe said...

Who's the artist of this painting? Can i post the image on my Facebook page?

Thu Sep 22, 08:58:00 PM  
Blogger Adrienne Sharpe said...

Who's the artist of this painting? Can i post the image on my Facebook page?

Thu Sep 22, 08:58:00 PM  
Blogger Jonas said...

Sorry, Adrienne, but I can't offer a name. I find images on the Internet and post them whenever. Every now and then, the artist comes forward and I gladly post the attribution.

Thu Sep 22, 09:04:00 PM  

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