mentally deranged, supposedly by the influence of the moon; crazed.
dreamily romantic or bemused.
a person who rises in forcible opposition to lawful authority, esp. a person who engages in armed resistance to a government or to the execution of its laws; rebel.
a member of a section of a political party that revolts against the methods or policies of the party.
of or characteristic of an insurgent or insurgents.
surging or rushing in: The insurgent waves battered the shore.
A born Chilean who grew up in the States to finish his teen years back in Chile. I'm just trying to see which way the sails work best. You can expect from here: comments, music, philosophy, art, the moon, women, poetry, partying, etc.
Real compassion is vital to Buddhist practice. But it doesn’t come from thought. It comes from intuition. Dogen said that true compassion is like a hand reaching for a pillow in the night. Compassion is the spontaneous action that produces benefit to others and to oneself. Like the hand reaching for the pillow in the night, when true compassionate action is performed there is no sense of doer, and nothing even seems to have been done. And yet the world emerges improved for that activity.