Wooohoooooo!-.bring it on!!!! Love it!-.more money in my pocket!-.
I am genuinely grateful to the owner of this site who has shared this fantastic paragraph at here.
I could not refrain from commenting. Well written!
!°Oh good grief Brad, I?ve just sent my 13-year-old grandson Hardcore Zen for Xmas. Thanks for your efforts.!±
Very fine, Kong. I got a tape of Joy Division from Danny, the drummer of the Avengers, and they were the finest thing (even if it was a crummy tape).
Wrote that before you added your second comment, Cos- hope you feel better.
I!￣ve painful red eyes after I was first given odimune 3 months ago and then given atroiza last month,what shall I do to correct this?I can!￣t see properly yet I have glasses which were prescribed by the optometrist.
Your books have meant a lot to me and I reflexively found myself jumping to your defense on the Sweeping Zen website. As a childhood victim of therapists and their big pharma masters the language of her article really bothered me. I railed against her in the comments section as childishly as any zen teacher. I think the big question for me is, is there any benefit to practicing buddhism? It all seems pretty pointless to me. I!￣ve seen no evidence that long-time practitioners are any happier or wiser than anyone else and they kind of seem ill-suited to help anyone else. Anyone else finished with this sad theater? Who says there has to be answers anyway?
casual yet bold, definitely a winning combination
As the mother to two teens, I can totally relate to this. Teens communicate is a different way!-.a way that we are not used to. I remember taking the family phone into my room when I was a teen. There was no privacy and always got in trouble for tying up the family phone line.