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Oksanen, Reijo
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Gurdjieff Internet Guide
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The Three Pilgrimages
Objective Art & Intentional Inexactitudes
Valaam Monastery, Orthodox Tradition & Symbolism
Comments on Beelzebub's Tales
Ashoka the Great and the Enneagram
A Wish
Self-remembering - an Email to a Friend
Early Morning in May
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Reijo Oksanen Interviewed by Guy Hoffman
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Malcolm Gibson
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Oksanen, Reijo

Reijo Oksanen


Reijo Oksanen was born in Helsinki 1942, heard of Gurdjieff and also the Orthodox Way in 1962 and came to London to join the Work in 1967. He moved back to Finland in 1971 and joined the Orthodox Church. In 1990 Oksanen moved to Denmark and in 2004 to Switzerland. After a long career in textiles, clothing and furniture industries, he set his mind into putting Gurdjieff properly into the internet.

From 2004 Reijo Oksanen is actively engaged in the activities of ars sacra Life Workshop.
 

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Early Morning in May


The warm rain
hit the pavement
jumping from joy
and the sun rose high
drying the wet ground
when I came around the corner
in bright sunlight
raindrops glittering
here and there

In the park
the whole scene
in front of my eyes
and in the middle of it
I am watching it
like a stranger
from another planet
would perhaps look
at life here on earth



Comments

lovely poem
A very delightful poem, with lively sensational images of wet and dry and lights and joy.

Henriette, Australia
henriette_0011@yahoo.com
added 2006-04-11


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