Everyday Zen attempts to bring to surface the smallest of things that have a profound influence on most people. Let there be no boundaries of lies or righteousness but look society right in the face, question authority.


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  1. Emy Will

    Hi Kabir.
    Thank you so much for following my blog Fur Out the Closet, which led me to yours.
    I like the philosophy of “look society right in the face, question authority”. So many people just accept things at face value and never challenge authority.
    All the best,

    • kabirgandhiok

      It’s my pleasure 🙂 You’re absolutely right, we must try and think for ourselves rather than being under the influence of others. Thanks so much for stopping by and following 🙂 Have a pleasant day!

  2. nikgee

    Hello Kabir Gandhiohicame by to visit your blog to bid you welcome. Thank you for sharing you time reading my words.i enjoy visiting. Hoping begin some dialog share and exchange ideas and ideals.and he to develop so new friendships. I have one question. Pardon my ignorance the word tanka. Can you explain it to me. This word I have never seen it before. It seems to me an important one to learn. And I thank you for your follow . nick

    • kabir gandhiok

      Hi Nick, nice of you to drop by to read and comment, I appreciate it. To answer your question, Tanka is a genre of classical Japanese poetry, now becoming popular as a short form of poetry in English as is Haiku which is written in 17 syllables or less as opposed to Tanka which uses anywhere between 12 to 31 syllables arranged in about 5 lines. Both remain untitled most of the times, unless written in sequence or string. It’s nice to have met you Nick, I welcome the idea of developing new friendships and look forward to visiting your blog more. Have a pleasant Sunday! 🙂

  3. ReTreeve

    Hello, apologies for not appreciating the follow sooner. Thanks! I came by here and looked at Tanka (thinking…what??) then I read your explanation of what it entailed. (Glad I didn’t ask you again, like the newbie I am, ha!) I enjoy Haiku, so I think I will enjoy this. Following, and its a pleasure to meet you. Oh…and questioning authority is a good point, but one needs to ask the right questions…..don’t you think?

    • kabir gandhiok

      Oh it’s no bother. Thanks so much for dropping by! And there’s a lot more to what a tanka can be, i could elaborate but think its better to give you this helpful link http://www.ahapoetry.com/Bare%20Bones/wffles4.html . thanks for the follow, it’s nice to meet you as well, i look forward to reading more of what you share on your blog 🙂 and yes, you’re very right, it’s the right questions that gets them thinking… and that’s what we want, isn’t it?

      • ReTreeve

        Wow, now THIS is why I love the Internet! I read the link you sent about Tanka, and I really need to study it some more and have a practice with it. The form of it is kind of like a miniature short story, in the way it shifts perspective, time, descriptive elements, etc. Haiku of course, encompasses the present moment, which is (in my head) quite piercing and direct. Thanks for sharing this. 😀

  4. Elouise

    Kabir, So pleased to meet you! Thanks for your likes and the follow. And for the link in one of your comments above to the tanka-writing post. Hoping to see more of you and your poetry!

  5. Thom Hickey

    Pleased to have found your thoughtful and intriguing blog. Looking forward to further reading. Regards from thom at the immortal jukebox (give it a spin).

  6. Runaway Nuns and Leprechauns

    I always have and always will question authority and I find it quite humorous when someone asks “are you questioning my authority?”. Of course my “always” response is “YES”
    Found you –Following you– Come look me up

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