Zen Masters: The peregrine Falcon

Nature delivers the greatest Zen masters in learning how to live in the presence.


Imagine a brid faster then a Ferrari. It exists and its Latin name is Falco peregrinus. Its normal airspeed is 105-115 kilometers per hour, but when it dives it reaches velocities that exceed 320 km/h!


It climbs up to a high altitude and gravity plus a perfect body shape does the rest. Nostrils and eyelids are protected, because of the pressure is so high.

Be the falcon, shape your being to reduce friction and use the power of gravity.

4 thoughts on “Zen Masters: The peregrine Falcon

  1. K'lee L. May 31, 2016 / 2:13 am

    Phenomenal post, great reminder to us all…

    • Gerard S. Hoff May 31, 2016 / 3:46 am

      Thank you. It reminds me every day. The power of animal Zen masters 😄

      • K'lee L. May 31, 2016 / 11:11 am

        I’ve been photographing hawks, egrets, and herons lately and you’re right, they have lots to teach… If we’re willing…

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