Gene Lewis Perry

If life were like fairy tales, I'd have been devoured by trolls already.

interfaith dialogue of the day, part II

Posted on | September 18, 2007 | Comments Off on interfaith dialogue of the day, part II

A mandala is a traditional art form of Tibetan Buddhist monks. They spend days or weeks sprinkling colored sand into a gorgeous geometric design. Then, to symbolize the impermanence of all things, the sand is all swept away and poured into a body of running water.

In a variation on this theme, artist Phil Hansen has created a Jimi Hendrix sculpture out of 7,000 matches and set it on fire.

(Okay, this might not have anything to do with religion. But it is still badass.)


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