The Dalai Lama's Instructions For Life
I received this many times over the past few years, and it’s always nice to read it each time.. The Dalai Lama’s Instructions For Life Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk. When you lose, don’t lose the lesson. Follow the three Rs: ...
Funny observation today..
I never noticed it before, but there’s this girl I’m not really friends with, but I noticed today that she reminds me a bit of Hillary Clinton. She’s smart, ambitious, hard-working.. But that isn’t what bothers me, it’s her loyalty that bothers me. She’s so loyal to the politics and I have no idea why. Be one with the regular citizens woman! Have some spine..
Moments of real happiness IS religion!
The “New Buddhists” article on NYTimes is pretty nice.. “…The mind seems to have the ability to transcend itself and merge with a larger presence that feels more real. This new wave of research will not seep into the public realm in the form of militant atheism. Instead it will lead to what you might call neural Buddhism. If you survey the literature (and I’d recommend...
I'm officially a photographer! →
Watch out world, I’m coming loaded with pictures of smiling people holding awards..
Nothing is worse than being forced to work with a...
And yes, I’m allowed one negative comment a day.. According to Random House Unabridged Dictionary: hack [hak] –noun a person, as an artist or writer, who exploits, for money, his or her creative ability or training in the production of dull, unimaginative, and trite work; one who produces banal and mediocre work in the hope of gaining commercial success in the arts
Katie had a fierce desire for survival which made her a fighter. Johnny had a...– “A Tree Grows In Brooklyn” by Betty Smith, end of Chapter 12
I’m at Baton! Where we’ve sat many times. Just steps from the stoop...– Text message from Johan, 1 May 7:52am