Incredibly busy learning to become a sensei, more posts are coming once I finish next week.
In the meantime, take a listen to my life right now:
|A note from a wise woman.|
"Realize that sleeping on a futon when you're 30 is not the worst thing. You know what's worse, sleeping in a king bed next to a wife you're not really in love with but for some reason you married, and you got a couple kids, and you got a job you hate. You'll be laying there fantasizing about sleeping on a futon. There's no risk when you go after a dream. There's a tremendous amount of risk to playing it safe."
|The biggest hug I have ever received.|
|This store sells one thing: big fluffy clouds.|
|Take a chill pill!|
|This must have taken the energy of a thousand-suns to hand-make...|
|This is what challenging yourself and following your dreams feels like, enter the unknown|
|Follow through it one gate at a time|
|Pic taken from: http://www.firetruck-photos.net/country/show/130|
|This buddha is huge, just like your dreams! |
He also is probably way too chilled out for his own good.
|Taken from: http://www.sbmania.net/forums/topic/43472-spongebobs-characters-iq/|
"When you are a kid learn to have manners, when you are a young adult learn to control your desires, when you are a middle aged man learn to be just, when you are an old man learn to teach well." --Some Zen Buddhist.This quote gives people of all ages something to chew on and can be easily applied to anyone's life. There are times when I often feel overly polite, but then I realize that you can never be too polite. Furthermore, as a young adult there is constant internal conflict for me to control my desire. But then I come to the epiphany that there is a smoking hot babe out there waiting for me somewhere and I need to take care of some things first, so it's not hard to control my desires. Here is a picture I took to help you chill out and realize the meaning of Zen: