My teenage son.
His book bag with about 20 pounds of books and school supplies (strapped to the opposite side of the bike.
A salvaged garden urn.
Kindling for my wood stove (in the urn).
A box containing a shoulder bag, a laptop computer
, and two loaves of freshly baked bread.
I'm not sure what to make of your comment...but my answer is yes without doubt; the bike could carry a Bodhisattva in the literal sense, but I like to think that we each carry the Seed of enlightenment within ourselves wherever we go...the key, I suppose (at least it is with me) is to be aware of it and nurture it. Thanks for reading and commenting. Peace.
In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert's there are few.
I love the quote, I'll try to remember that. It's also inspiring because some days when I think I'm in charge and know more than I do I realize I don't know much at all...that I'm pretty much a beginner at everything...lots of possabilities.