Zen is Upon Me

Well, not really. I have completed my seven-day intro, continuing my normal day to day routine of eating and lack of movement. I have also completed my 30 days of trying to turn my life around, to include giving meditation a fair shot and some serious time, cutting back on eating every Little Debbie cake … Continue reading Zen is Upon Me

37 Days to Zen – 1 is a Lonely Number

When I wake up in the morning, I will be one day closer than I was a month ago. And with my back feeling much better, I will be one day closer to exercising again. Now that I am a professional reader I have started two books at once. Surfing the Himalaya's by Frederick Lenz … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – 1 is a Lonely Number

37 Days to Zen – 2 Left

Two days left until I have my answer. The question: Is it possible for me to find Zen in 30 Days? Unless I bump into some guy named Zen in the corner store in the next few days, I will assume the answer is no. I do feel better though, minus my back from the … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – 2 Left

37 Days to Zen – 4 Days Left

Four days to go, or should I say four years to go... It will be like a walk up the side of a mountain in Nepal, barefoot, in the snow, with no Sherpa...carrying enough food to feed the rest of the monastery. And pulling a dead horse. But it will be worth it. Food intake … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – 4 Days Left

37 Days to Zen – 5 to Go

I remember a month ago I was typing out however many days to death. Or days to a heart attack, or stroke. I do feel better. I know I have said that over and over the last week's worth of posts, but I do. I am calmer. I am a little happier. Maybe not even … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – 5 to Go

37 Days to Zen – Day 20 Change Day Lucky 13

If 13 is an unlucky number, I must be one lucky guy... 13 days in and I have been dead to the world for the past three. I can't seem to shake this feeling, and I am certain by now it's not sickness. Well, it could be mental sickness, but that's for another series...now back … Continue reading 37 Days to Zen – Day 20 Change Day Lucky 13

White Slavery

I asked her to name one good thing about Killary which would make her perceive that she wasn’t possibly the worst person in history and she said that Killary is persistent. Based on that logic, rapists are just persistent, Hitler was showing off all kinds of persistence. Persistence does not make you good, persistence in the right avenues can make you good, watch Rudy if you want to see quality persistence. The Clintons, in general, have only been persistent about four things since the came on the scene. Killing anyone who gets in their way Lying fucking endlessly Stealing shit (no, really, they were forced to give back a TON of shit they stole from the White house) Seeking power over peasants