Archive: February 21, 2013

February 21, 2013


“I have noticed that people are dealing too much with the negative, with what is wrong…Why not try the other way, to look into the patient and see positive things, to just touch those things and make them bloom?”

– Thich Nhat Hanh

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February 21, 2013


Just for laughs! ;)   Source: The New Yorker Magazine: 2012 Cartoons of the Year

February 21, 2013


Sometimes you just need to get away from it all and have some fun!  There is nothing like a good adventure to add new flavor to your life. Challenge: Find your fun and just go do it! No excuses :)   Photo source: red canoe escape

February 21, 2013


gender equality

For thousands of years what man has done to woman is simply monstrous. She cannot think of herself as equal to man. And she has been conditioned so deeply that if you say she is equal, she is not going to believe it. It has become almost her mind, the conditioning has become her mind, that she is less in everything…physical strength, intellectual qualities.

Man has crippled woman. It is politics. Woman constitutes half of humanity, and man has no right to completely cripple her, but for centuries he has been crippling her.

He has not allowed her education, he has not allowed her even to listen to the holy scripture. In many religions he has not allowed her to enter the temple; or, if he has allowed her, she has a separate section. She cannot stand with the man as equal even before God.

And the man who has reduced the woman to such a state also cannot love her. Love can only exist in equality, in friendship.


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February 21, 2013


Meditation is a powerful practice that many people want to perform regularly, but have serious difficulty following through on that goal [me included!]. Like all habits, regular meditation comes from consistent practice and a clear understanding of what you are really trying to accomplish.

My definition of meditation is anything that pulls you firmly and positively into the present moment. As such, I believe there are three forms of meditation:

Absolute silence •  Voice of God • Active Meditation

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