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  1. Hello

    I'm back, to lit-net, that is. I've come to Kansas City, living with my mom here. Helped a friend move on sunday. Nothing else going on.
  2. Leaving

    I guess I'll be leaving soon, sometime soon, I don't know when. I'm going to a monastery or somewhere, anywhere else, I don't know where. I don't have any money, or possessions to speak of, but I don't consider that kind of thing important. I want to probably find some place to spend some time camping, if I can. Somewhere in Washington, probably..that's my destination. Anyway, so I'll be gone, but when I can I'll come back and check this site, but if you want to talk to me you'll have to send a ...
  3. it's raining now..

    It's raining here, yay! Does anyone else like rain? I mean real rain, like a storm that lasts for hours or most of a day and comes down very hard, and it's windy, too. If you've never experienced that you must, soon. Because it doesn't compare if it just rains lightly and for a short while.

    And if you haven't ever experienced a storm, you should read this poem and see what you're missing. Unless you can't stand Whitman, which a lot of people can't. ...
  4. buddhist ontology

    I know some of you may hate philosophy, and I can understand that, but bear with me. I'd like to share this article about Buddhist ontology, it's pretty amazing I thought. It explains Buddhist ontology and reality, a different way of understanding the world from what we have understood before. Instead of a division between self and other, we are part of the world, and our actions directly affect it, and have meaning.

    The Range of Buddhist Ontology, by Kenneth K. Inada.