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  1. kūdos [and complaints!] part iii

    Ok this is going to be pretty boring, dry stuff, but really, after reading Anza's challenge last night to set a new record of daily blogs for today

    which, as I write this is

    Most users ever posted on the same day was 18, on [30 March 2008]. ampoule*, andave_ya, Anza, B-Mental, Bluebiird, Captain Pike, Dori, Granny5, islandclimber, Nossa, Petrarch's Love, SleepyWitch, TheFifthElement*
  2. My Period

    Today I had my period. I can understand how you women complain about getting it every month, though Iím lucky that I have mine every two months. My complaints arenít cramps or aches. Lucky mine donít last about a week or whatever they last on you women. Mine last only about twenty minutes, but I do feel the effects for the next few days. I am definitely weaker for the next few days and my workouts tend to be more strenuous at the gym, since I feel the lack of oxygen delivery to my ...
  3. Polly Pocket

    The English lads whom I worked with for couple of weeks gave me a nick name: Polly Pocket!

    1. Because they think I'm cute :blush: (so they said, but I guess it's just so that I'll help him more hehehe)...
    2. Because I'm small. Every time they talked about my height, they always talked as if I were the smallest girl on planet earth :sick:...But I think there are smaller females than me.

    It's funny that some nick names don't even related ...
  4. 9/26

    The only kind of morality that is really meaningful is the kind which doesn't care Ė but it chooses out of more or less logic. . . In other words, one that awakens and says, ďI can see that none of this matters, that all of this play of self and other is really a masquerade, the one Being in all of them putting on an ignorance and pretending to live, die, joying, suffering; but none of it is really dying, joying, suffering or beginning because the Being which is all of them is not dying, ...
  5. What the hand dare seize the fire?

    by , 04-22-2009 at 11:27 AM (Cloudy Trophies)
    Out, out, brief candle!

    Ah yes, the flickering flame, such a symbol of ourselves, and of our world. Almost every religion attributes some symbolic meaning to this item, representing some form of synergy with a higher power to our mutual improvement - bringing, as it were, illumination to our personal darkness.

    But is it an accurate representation of our situation? Is our existence, our personal reality, a flame? A single burst of energy in an otherwise eternal darkness? ...