standing there next to the truth

Apr 17, 2009

Getting into Heaven is easy... just decide whatever you want the truth to be and live by it. Interpret it openly or behind closed doors, it doesn't matter. Or, if you're too lazy or stupid to decide what the truth is to you, then find a religious leader who is passing their truth off as universal and follow them. That way you wont even be burdened with having to decide what Heaven might be for you.


Hi Zen!

I quite enjoyed this terse but lovely post. I just wanted to swing by and drop you a line ...

I was browsing through Flickr yesterday randomly searching for "zen pugs," when I came across your image of a red-headed damsel walking a regal fawn. Since I'm borderline obsessed with pugs, (I have a sturdy fawn named Cubbie) I uploaded your photo to my blog post, gave you photo cred and felt really swell for the rest of the day.

Thanks for that! And I hope you're OK with me sharing the pic with my readers.

C.Flower said...
April 28, 2009 at 7:33 AM  

PS. You're a great photographer! I like your grip on life. It comes through in your pictures.

C.Flower said...
April 28, 2009 at 7:34 AM  

Hello Zen!

I'm so sorry to leave a comment on your blog, but I have been unfortunate in contacting you through Flickrmail.

I am a ecographic design from Montreal, Canada and I am currently working on a publication for the CBD (Convention on Biological Diversity), a project under UNEP:

The CBD's main objectives are:
1. To conserve biological diversity
2. The use biological diversity in a sustainable fashion
3. To share the benefits of biological diversity fairly and equitably

My design firm is a non-profit and we are called Perennia:

We have designed for them a magazine targeted towards businesses, called "Business.2010", whose main objective is to create awareness about biological diversity issues towards businesses. This magazine is free and contains no paid advertisements. The CBD is, of course, a non-profit as well. This next issue's main subject is alien invasive species and how they can affect global economy, health and ecosystems.

We have found your image that fits perfectly for the cover of the magazine!!:

I would like to request your permission to use this image in the magazine. Your name, photographic credit and Flickr URL or any other professional URL you may have will be associated with the image.

The magazine is distributed in 2 ways: 1) PDF verison (by email, about 2 000 adresses) and 2) print, roughly 1 000 copies sent free of charge worldwide. I can send you the PDF spread in which we have placed your image and also a hardcopy of the magazine if you want it for your portfolio.

We would of course need to have a best resolution digital file of the image if you give us your permission to use it.

Thank you very much in advance! ;-)

Luce said...
May 26, 2009 at 10:28 AM  

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