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!°You guys aren?t technically here! Have you ever even grown plants, helped a humane society, or done anything else cool besides sit all fucking day? Probably rarely, because your breathing is so vacuous and lifeless you can?t think there is ?any other way? besides sitting on your ass all day in Zazen in ?proper posture?. It?s good for absolutely nothing. You know what? Fuck your sitting. It?s totally 100 percent worthless. You aren?t going to accomplish anything besides making more divisions, violence, and shit like that.!±
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I!￣m glad to see that Hammie!￣s hair is growing back!
Sure, exercise is good. Keeping physically active ¨C and also mentally active ¨C is a good idea for everyone.
Can you bring a dog to the fair if it is on a leash?
I don!￣t know how useful it is to take !°sides!± in this discussion, but I do want to say that Brad!￣s books and blog have been super helpful to me, and it!￣s nice to have a (somewhat) prominent voice in Zen that isn!￣t from the baby boomer generation or who doesn!￣t treat Zen as merely a subset of psychotherapy.
I enjoy NBC 4 clips!-the worst of those beats is the three guitar chords and drums for Safety Zone and the piano in Explore your mind. There is good information in the features though.