Category Archives: His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Wow, it’s almost the end…

Ok, one way to make up for lost blogging days….post your “drafts.”
Yeah, I think I’ve posted four or five blogs left on or is it “in” “draft” status. Of course, I believe that most of the were combined in another blog, but as I said in one, “oh well.”

I’m just pleased “TO BE.”.

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Now off to read some statistical analyses. Type to you next year. 👽👽👽👽😜

a pui tardi

A revolution is called for

Our problems, both those we experience externally such as wars, crime and violence and those we experience internally as emotional and psychological suffering will not be solved until we address this underlying neglect of our inner dimension. That is why the great movements of the last hundred years and more–democracy, liberalism, socialism, and Communism–have all failed to deliver the universal benefits they were supposed to provide, despite many wonderful ideas. A revolution is called for, certainly, but not a political, an economic, or a technical revolution. We have had enough experience of these during the past century to know that a purely external approach will not suffice. What I propose is a spiritual revolution.

– His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Simple yet classy…. heheheh….your check is in the mail….

OK, I can take that. Although, instead of “simple,” let’s use “uncomplicated” instead…. LOL!!! I really don’t care what you call me….as long as it isn’t late for….. breakfast, brunch, lunch, snack, dinner, snack, snack….middle of the night snack, breakfast, brunch, lunch, snack, dinner, snack, snack….middle of the night snack, breakfast, brunch, lunch, snack, dinner, snack, snack….middle of the night snack.

you kinda get it. You know what. If it wasn’t so hard on the body. I would eat and eat and eat. Just because. what is the fear of fat called? Let’s see….is it anorexia or bullimia? Want to know the odd thing. While attending university, I was editor of the yearbook. There was this guy, (can’t remember his name) but whenever he came around, I would leave..for fear of possibly losing a limb to his appetite. I hated to be around him when he ate….Have you ever been to a pig farm during feeding time??? That is what he reminded me of.. yeah, it is harsh. He was a nice guy from what I remember, but I remember the broken chairs, crumbs everywhere and the sound of polyester rubbing together. odd what one remembers..

DON’T KNOW HOW I GOT ON THAT SUBJECT!

Thanks!

However, have you ever wanted to do something wild and crazy? How that applies to the blog I HAVE NO IDEA!!!

I have always been the simple, understated, classic, uncomplicated one. Now, as I type this, the thought came…can one truly be “uncomplicated?”

Well, on that odd, yet uncomplicated note; I shall leave you with this…



“You might consider things like old age and death as negative, unwanted, and simply try to forget about them. But eventually those things will come anyway.”

– His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Tarot cards…hummm