If it is possible, live an experience and don’t fix it with any words, because that will narrow it. You are sitting. it is a silent evening The sun has gone, and the stars have started appearing. Just be. Don’t even say: “This is beautiful,” because the moment you say that it is beautiful, it is no longer the same. By saying beautiful, you are bringing in the past, and all...
You Can't Always get what you want →
But if you try sometimes, you just might find, you get what you need.
So I had a crazy weekend. Friday night I stopped by two parties to see people I hadn’t seen in a while. Saturday morning was a school-wide leader orientation, then afternoon was a council meeting, and then the evening was more orientation. Sunday morning until afternoon was all orientation conference, then I golfed in the afternoon till evening. It was a very stressful weekend. I think the...
Are you out there?!
How do you wish happy birthday to someone who’s avoiding all technology? Method 1: Yell really loud. Method 2: Throw it into the interwebs: they have to go there eventually! Happy Birthday Emily! :D
Halcyon Days - The Spring Standard →
Not that great of a day on theSixtyOne, so I’m going through the top songs instead. Such good music!
Heretics - Andrew Bird →
Orange Sky - Alexi Murdoch →
L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N - Noah and the Whale →
L I F E G O E S O N You’ve got more than money and sense, my friend You’ve got heart, and you’re going your own way. L I F E G O E S O N What you don’t have now will come back again You’ve got heart, and you’re going your own way.
Cigarette - Jeremy Fischer →
It’s a simple song, but super catchy. I also believe it applies to some people too. There are people who play specific roles in your life: some good, some bad. Only sometimes do we realize that we’ve become that role for someone - objectively, at least. Unfortunately, some of these roles don’t end up well for one of the characters. The question is: when you realize that...
In the morning I'll be with you, but it will be a... →
Today, after heading to the farmer’s market my friends and I drove past a man waving a kebob and another man who was pumping some sort of sign in the air. I convinced them to turn around: it was actuall a Chinese vegetarian food festival! I was able to try four different appetizer-style pieces: The first was called a ‘Himalayan triangle’. It was a thin, fried, triangular pastry...
You make the darkness disappear, I feel found when you stand near, I know where...– Lights
Tea of the day: Pai Mu Tan →