Sometimes I sits an thinks and sometimes I jist sit.
Sometimes I jist sit on the wee dykie at the bottom o the gairdin. I dinna think aboot
onythin in parteecular bit it's affa fine jist sittin there. It struck me that this wiz
probably fit "meditation's" aboot. Patanjali pulled thegithir fit thinkin thir
wiz on meditation and yoga mair than a thoosin 'ear ago. His wee bookie's ca'd, "The
Aphorisms of Patanjali" so, fin this tune cam intae ma heed 'n I noticed that it wiz
in waltz time, I thocht I'd ca't "Three Aphora".
|Sometimes I sit and think and sometimes I just sit. Sometimes I sit on a
small wall in the garden. I do not think of anything in particular but it is pleasant to
just sit. This relates to the concept of 'meditation'. Patanjali wrote about this more
than a thousand years ago. His book is called 'The Aphorisms of Patanjali'. When this tune
appeared I noticed that it was in waltz time so I called it 'Three Aphora'.