« Today is the 35th day of the counting of the Omer: Malkhut of Hod | Main | Today is the 36th day of the counting of the Omer: Chesed of Yesod »

May 08, 2007




I love the coin project and your narration of it. I felt the project is beautiful and humbling because it helped me engage with the vast and random nature of our world. :) Thank you.

Mark H


Yes, the project is humbling. I think of Shelley's poem "Ozymandias," and how these small round artifacts will travel and survive and be found as the landscape and the earth around them changes. Long after we're gone, they will stand as a kind of Buddhist (unintentionally it's just how i see it) marker of impermanence. And rather than that being sad, I find it beautiful. Thank you for posting your comment.

As ever,
your faithful queerjubu,

US Gold Coins

This is a really great project. What a cool idea!


Personally I don't think they are that bad.
Fantastic thank you. Find the files you are looking for at http://your-download.org the most comprehensive source for free-to-try files downloads on the Web

New York Hotel

Very interesting article, I enjoyed to read! In my youth I collected coins from all countries around the world. I had a good collection and gave it to my grandson on his birthday. I remember I was many times in NY and I found there many fantastic and rare coins.

Tina Jordan

Thank you. Today on my regular walk I found one of your coins on top of the hill on Easdale Island, Scotland. It was a magical find coinciding with celebrations of Earth Hour tonight at 2030hrs.
The view from the top of the hill is one for all to treasure.

The comments to this entry are closed.