ruscca

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  • carebearbubbles

    Hugs To You

    7 mars 2013 Répondre
  • manymalone

    hey, how are you? nice taste indeed :)!

    6 nov. 2012 Répondre
  • Druid66

    What good taste you show here, these are excellent groups... and your nickname is charming. Greetings from Texas, in the US of A.

    30 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • DonkeyKongJr13

    hi

    24 mars 2012 Répondre
  • takeshikitano

    Palčice jes živa ti, di je princ? :)

    30 oct. 2011 Répondre
  • lugito

    you lisent good music, congratulations

    14 sept. 2011 Répondre
  • FeelinSillin

    ej bok :) i ovdje

    14 août 2011 Répondre
  • Miaschokosafari

    poslusaj "Local natives- airplanes" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EonnZ-8GdiY pozdrav :-)

    20 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • streebor

    kad si prominila ime u Thumbelina? :) dobro zvuči, ali wtf znači? :) ja sam prezime prominija.

    30 mai 2011 Répondre
  • babybylonsistem

    ;-)

    20 avr. 2011 Répondre
  • dollarbilliam

    I am alive!

    20 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    Perhaps there is something even better than a Jedi to become. ;^) Consider: "The highest virtue one can exercise is to accept the responsibility of discovering and transmitting the whole truth. Some help others in order to receive blessings and admiration. This is simply meaningless. Some cultivate themselves in part to serve others, in part to serve their own pride. They will understand, at best, half of the truth. But those who improve themselves for the sake of the world -- to these, the whole truth of the universe will be revealed." from Passage 16 of the Hua Hu Ching, attributed to Lao Tzu. What kind of Jedi does the world best need now? What is the best kind of Jedi to become? And for what?

    16 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    You DO want to become a Jedi, don't you? ;^)

    12 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    That's okay. :^) It's a toughy. But then again, some people never ask themselves that question once. And some people never stop asking themselves that question for their entire lives. And some few lunatics answer in the latter and they stick to it. :^) It's hard to live in a state of constant preparation, sometimes one simply wants to do what feels natural. Unfortunately where some actions and choices are concerned, this can be very fateful and change your life for a long time if not for good. Who knows what is best. Surely it is better to do what you say you wish to rather than not. Or not? Who knows? :^) It's a good sign that you care enough to think deeply on it. Release yourself from it and be happy. :^)

    12 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    You have to ask yourself what you want out of life. Do you want to become a flamboyant amateur who can congratulate yourself only on some modestly memorable gestures of defiance? Or do you actually want to change the world?

    4 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    And in truth, what do you suppose the powers that be would prefer you do with your time as far their interests are concerned? Throw an obnoxious fit, tax law enforcement, get yourself beat up and arrested? Or, figure out how their system works and address them on this level of power? One wastes your time and initiative, neutralizes you and your energy and generally discredits your agenda. The other forces them to defend themselves where they live.

    4 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    Hmmm, you are determined aren't you? :^) Well, as I say, protest is something that I reject, especially living in the United States where protests of these kinds have been shaping policy and the socio-political landscape for many years. I do reject protest because I believe it delegitimizes the state and creates an ethos of self-righteous illegalism which makes criminality seem not only acceptable but obligatory. Not to mention that it generates intense disrespect for people, property and principles throughout society. No, no matter what, we must play by the rules if we are to have a civil society. We must play by them and WIN by them. There is your genuine revolutionary challenge, my dear. Solve this problem and you won't simply be shouting rude names at your overlords, you'll be beating them at their own game. Anything less is defeatist nonsense. :^)

    4 mars 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    Along this arduous path it is frequently said that one makes true progress when one ceases seeking rest, escape, resolution. When one accepts the work of knowledge, of the self and of life, as one's way of life, not as one's task, then one forgets the need to finish and simply begins to make discoveries. This can sometimes seem like the end, but in truth it is only the beginning. And this is why all true seekers must become true healers and true warriors at the same time, and must first and foremost strengthen themselves so that they may be able to continue their way of life. A way of life that never ends and never becomes easier...for as long as you live. :^)

    18 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    We must make ourselves our most important experiments, if we wish to know the truth, to be able to be independently moral and to act with meaningful personal freedom. Nearly everything in the universe is hostile to this kind of order, but without it, what meaning does an individual's life possess? But, one of our greatest enemies is within. And this must be made right, along with everything else, and of course it is not easy, but that is the test...do you quit or do you quit trying to quit? Have you ever read much about Zen? Honestly I don't believe in the deeper objectives of Zen, such as total oneness, non-differentiation and personal valuelessness in the face of life. But, what is noteworthy about it is the rigor of the introspection, it is punishing, but it is also effective. Ask yourself why do you do what you do. Why do you think and feel what you do. And ask again when you find the answer.

    18 fév. 2011 Répondre
  • kaiserzeitgeist

    Maybe, or simply, what can we do with what we have already? Are things not working because they can't be made to work with what we have to work with or because they aren't being addressed at all, despite what we may think? Let us start where we are, with what we have and ask ourselves why things aren't working. Let's not resort to cant, supposed conventional wisdom or lazy clichés. Let's really think about the problems and try to solve them. In applying an original problem-solving mentality to traditional and current tools what do we find. Start here first. Go as far as you can with the obvious before innovating new structures. Can we achieve our desires by simply doing what we think we are already with what we have at hand? I believe we can go very far along that path, but no one does.

    15 fév. 2011 Répondre
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