Write it on the walls, people. That's a great link if you need a little pick me up, too. xo to all.
(And yea! This is Samson, one of my favorite flickr dogs. Click the pic to see more from his human and/or more of Samson.)
Monday, October 29, 2007
Saturday, October 20, 2007
Our minds, however, are riddled with confusion and doubt.
I sometimes think that doubt is an even greater block to human evolution than is desire or attachment.
Our society promotes cleverness instead of wisdom, and celebrates the most superficial, harsh, and least useful aspects of our intelligence. We have become so falsely “sophisticated” and neurotic that we take doubt itself for truth, and the doubt that is nothing more than ego’s desperate attempt to defend itself from wisdom is deified as the goal and fruit of true knowledge. Sogyal Rinpoche
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
- Read about our new garden plot
- Photos of people and what they eat for breakfast
I really love this. I don't know why. But it put a huge smile on my face and made me realize that I eat a lot more than normal people when it comes to breakfast. ONE piece of toast? Are you nuts? (Sevens does that, tho, too)
- David Cross's open letter to Larry the Cable Guy
I heart David Cross.
Monday, October 15, 2007
Friday, October 12, 2007
As Buddha said: “What you are is what you have been, what you will be is what you do now.” Padmasambhava went further: “If you want to know your past life, look into your present condition; if you want to know your future life, look at your present actions.” Sogyal Rinpoche
Thursday, October 11, 2007
- Incorporate Gratitude Sessions Into Your Routine
- Discover the .EDU Underground
- Confusing Words
- Fave Icon Generator
Good morning. I'm kinda worn out this morning. I think I pushed it too hard Tues eve and Wed morning, even tho I really was taking it slow*. But yesterday afternoon and this morning I find myself.. really beat. So I wish I was adding descriptions to the above links, but it's time to get off this computer. ;) (What I'm healing from.)
On top of that I'm feeling kind of anxious. And/or very anxious. And I wonder if this is a symptom from no longer taking the Vicodin? My heart is kind of racing and has been since yesterday afternoon. Also, my throat is so tight like I'm just about to cry -- but I don't feel sad or anything. No tears are there. So why the tightness throat? I decide to combat by going boldly back to bed.
* Slow = 1.) looking for fabric at beverly's and getting a very small frozen yogurt; 2.) having dinner with KB at Kokku's and meandering around Old Navy; 3.) breakfast with my mom at Big Sky.