August 11th 1952  (Age 65)
Some things in life are bad
They can really make you mad
Other things just make you swear and curse.
When you're chewing on life's gristle
Don't grumble, give a whistle
And this'll help things turn out for the best...
And...always look on the bright side of life...
Always look on the light side of life...
If life seems jolly rotten
There's something you've forgotten
And that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing.
When you're feeling in the dumps
Don't be silly chumps
Just purse your lips and whistle - that's the thing. And...always look on the bright side of life...
Always look on the light side of life...
For life is quite absurd
And death's the final word
You must always face the curtain with a bow.
Forget about your sin - give the audience a grin
Enjoy it - it's your last chance anyhow.
So always look on the bright side of death
Just before you draw your terminal breath
Life's a piece of shit
When you look at it
Life's a laugh and death's a joke, it's true.
You'll see it's all a show
Keep 'em laughing as you go
Just remember that the last laugh is on you.
And always look on the bright side of life...
Always look on the right side of life...
(Come on guys, cheer up!)
Always look on the bright side of life...
Always look on the bright side of life...
(Worse things happen at sea, you know.)
Always look on the bright side of life...
(I mean - what have you got to lose?) (
You know, you come from nothing - you're going back to nothing.
What have you lost? Nothing!)
Always look on the right side of life

The world today is absolutely cracked.
With nuclear bombs to blow us all sky high.
There's fools and idiots sitting on the trigger.
It's depressing, and it's senseless, and that's why...
I like chinese, I like chinese,
They only come up to you knees,
Yet they're always friendly and they're ready to please.
I like chinese, I like chinese,
There's nine hundred million of them in the world today,
You'd better learn to like them, that's what I say.
I like chinese, I like chinese,
They come from a long way overseas,
But they're cute, and they're cuddly, and they're ready to please.
I like chinese food,
The waiters never are rude,
Think the many things they've done to impress,
There's maoism, taoism, I-ching and chess.
I like chinese, I like chinese, I like their tiny little trees,
Their zen, their ping-pong, their ying and yang-eze.
I like chinese thought,
The wisdom that Confucius taught,
If Darwin is anything to shout about,
The chinese will survive us all without any doubt.
So, I like chinese, I like chinese,
They only come up to you knees,
Yet they're wise, and they're witty, and they're ready to please
Wo ai Zhong-guo ren [Wo, I chumba run]
Wo ai Zhong-guo ren Wo ai Zhong-guo ren Ni Hao Ma?
Ni Hao Ma? Ni Hao Ma? Zai zhen [Ne hamma? ... Chi Chen]
I like chinese, I like chinese,
They're food is guaranteed to please,
A fourteen, a seven, a nine and lichese
I like chinese, I like chinese,
I like their tiny little trees,
Their zen, their ping-pong, their yin and yang-eze
I like chinese, I like chinese,

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I started to tremble, that "Now let's see what I do."


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Thursday, December 19, 2013
I see the foolishness of it!

I am moving my legs, changing my positions, postures, doing thousand-and-one things, tossing and turning -- a great restlessness.
The same is true about my mind. If Osho talking to me me he is using the mind. The moment he stops talking his mind stops too, immediately! If he is not talking to me his mind has no need to go on working, it simply goes into silence. That's how it should be. It should be natural. While asleep Osho doesn't dream; there is no need. I dream only because so much work has been left undone in the day that the mind has to do it. It is overtime work -- I have not been able to finish in the day.

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Sunday, December 08, 2013
I see my whole life

The Tao that can be trodden is not the enduring and unchanging Tao. The name that can be named is not the enduring and unchanging name. Having no name, it is the Originator of heaven and earth, having a name, it is the Mother of all things…Under these two aspects it is really the same ; but as development takes place it receives the different names. Together we call them the Mystery.

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009
the dog threw up

An American travelling in the United Kingdom was riding in a train with an Englishman and an elderly English lady with her pet Pekingese. They had travelled only a short distance when the dog threw up all over the American's trousers. Instead of apologizing, the English woman fondled her dog and comforted it, saying, "Poor, itsy-bitsy doggy has a little tummy ache." A short while later the dog shat all over the Yank's other things. Exasperated, the American stood up, grabbed the dog and threw it out of the window. At this point the Englishman commented, "You Yanks are a peculiar lot. You speak the wrong language, you live on the wrong side of the ocean, and you, sir, threw the wrong bitch out of the window."

But a man who lives totally in the moment -- his heart full of songs, his presence radiating joy -- how can he feel angry and jealous? The whole world may feel jealous of him, but he cannot feel any jealousy. These are your wrong approaches to life, that greed and jealousy arise in you and create dark valleys. And then comes self-condemnation, because you know deep down that you are the creator of your greed, of your jealousy. But self-condemnation does not help. it makes things worse: you become depressed, you start feeling unworthy of life. You start feeling that you don't deserve even a single breath more, and that gives great pain.


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Tripping the Rift - The Complete First Season
Staring Stephen Root

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Sunday, May 24, 2009
That would be a strange situation,

Just listen to your inner voice. You can listen the moment you start stilling and silencing your mind -- and it is not difficult. It is not difficult!  All human beings are potentially capable to know themselves. And the moment you know yourself, then nobody can take away your individuality. Even if they kill you, they can only kill your body, not you. Hypnosis can be certainly used.  If you learn how to auto-hypnotize yourself, you don't have the dependence on the hypnotist. And then you can use that auto-hypnotizing process for meditation. Sex simply drops like dry leaves from the trees. It is not that you have to make some effort. If you have to make some effort to drop it, it will remain with you. And if it is there, meditation is impossible; it won't let you be silent. It is one of the most torturous biological slaveries. It is good to get rid of it by experiencing it with totality and intensity -- don't think of meditation at all. Sex, lived totally, will bring you to meditation; and then meditation will be very easy, because there will be no biological pull against it. Your so-called priests, monks, saints, cannot meditate. The white man has always thought that he is carrying the whole burden of humanity, that he is responsible for everybody's salvation. It is not going to be so anymore. You have not been able to save anything.


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Monday, May 11, 2009
feel at least the heartbeat

It was a Jew, Albert Einstein, who produced the atom bomb. It might have been produced in Berlin, but it was produced in Washington, and that changed the whole of history. But any idiotic idea... and people have been forced to remain so retarded that they go on following it.

These people will pretend everything. They will behave in every way that you expect them to behave. That is their whole strategy of catching people. But the intention is to exploit. Vipassana is one of the greatest meditations, but only in the hands of a master. In the hands of a technician it is the greatest danger. Either the man can become enlightened or the man can become mad; both possibilities are there, it all depends under whose guidance it is being done.

You cannot change your inner being, because you don't know about it.

Don't get mixed up. Everything in the world needs hurry, because so many people are running for it. You cannot wait; otherwise you won't get it. You have to trample people, you have to go ahead without thinking what means you are adopting. Even if people are to be killed, kill, but remain ahead; otherwise you are going to miss. That is one dimension of life -- of trivia, of meaningless things, money, power, prestige. For the pilgrim to reach his destiny, it's essential to move instantly, but without hurry. It is so urgent that he reaches his destiny, that there is no time to hurry.

One day a young woman was walking home when a man grabbed her, dragged her into a back alley, and started molesting her. "Help! Help me someone," she cried. "I'm being robbed!" "You are not being robbed, lady," interrupted the man, "you are being screwed." "Well," she replied, "if this is being screwed, then I have always been robbed before."

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By Samuel P. Huntington

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Friday, April 24, 2009
Without putting force on the buds

Do not force anything.

Let life be profound and non-grasping.

Realize that God opens millions of flowers every day

Without putting force on the buds.

If Jesus was a democrat like the bible says he was

I don't think he's going to want to take the blame

For all the awful things you people do and say in his name

If Jesus was alive today he would be sad to see

That it is no different than it used to be

He is going to be mad

He is going to be angry

You say Jesus loves the little children

I say he loves all the Muslims and the Jews

All the addicts and the porn stars too

You say Jesus died to save us all from a fiery hell

I say Jesus died to save us

Save us from ourselves

Will you save me from myself?

If Jesus was a liberal

Like the red letters say he was

I know he would have big love

For all the killers and the racists

And the bullies in this world

If Jesus was alive today

And you had a chance to meet him face to face

I'm pretty god damn sure that you and your friends

Would find some way to kill him all over again

You would kill him all over again

Again and again and again

Just like you always do.


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The above clip was sent to me by my dear friend and sorority sister, Queen Wendy, who lives in California--which is beautiful and amazing, but covered up in WHACKOS and all kinds of CWAZY kinds of LEFTARDS.

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Monday, March 23, 2009
assumptions regarding monotheists

Governments controlled by the followers of god, are non secular states. Those enslaved in illusion see only illusion, anything else is beyond their comprehension. Would one explain the theory of fusion energy to a one day old child and expect them to understand? So why explain reality to those of infantile, fearful minds. Look at the insane direction those in power are taking the world and what their beliefs are, thats reality. You'll find few politicians in this country not believing in god. Monotheism is at war within all its factions, its logical political monotheists would also be at war, as they're one and the same. They're waging war against the people, just as their religious brethren are doing around the world culturally. They feel they're superior and only they count, typical monotheism. Name a current war or conflict not involving monotheists as perpetrators. They face the problem of finding a way to block out the reality of the expression and application of those following their god provide, as the evidence continues to grow around them. How do you think these politicians get there, their kind blindly vote for them, all factions. I'm against monotheism because its destroying the world, as it's been since its sordid inception. It's steeped in violent despotic barbarities against all living things on the planet. Their belief system is based on lies, as a pretext to wage war on everything, destroying it as they go. They have no other alternative but to attack people personally, no other option but violence, its the backbone of their entire life. None of their factions can live in peace, even fighting each other of the same faction, they call that sanity, I call that a despotic mental addiction. But god loves them, doesn't he?




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Thursday, March 05, 2009
Mircea Eliade, and Seyyed Hossein Nasr

Big Smile

Traditionalism is the name of a movement of rather nebulous character. Scholars like Ananda Coomaraswamy, Huston Smith, Mircea Eliade, and Seyyed Hossein Nasr developed an intellectual tradition within America that arose out of the post-war disillusionment in Europe – the loss of faith in Christian spirituality and ethical authority, along with a rejection of the modern man as the direction for the future. It cultivated a shift to Eastern religions, and it valorized the notion of a secret Perennial Philosophy held to be expressed more or less in all religious traditions. The Perennial Philosophy was based roughly on ideas developed by the French writer René Guenon (1886-1931), the Sufi convert who moved to Cairo and established his own order. Through primordialization, religion and thought of the so-called primitives were incorporated into Religious Studies. A range of ideas and terms were introduced into religious studies analyses by this notion, but it was particularly obvious in the use of terms like „archaic religion“, that had a certain aura of antiquity and grandeur about it, or „primitive religion“, which really could not be applied to the people down the road because they did not seem to fit and it would not be proper to refer to them as primitives – after all they were living alongside other modern religions without apparent difficulty. So, too, the term „traditional“. This word seemed to account for the religions that did not fit the evolutionary pattern. At the same time, tradition itself seemed anything but unchanging among these peoples – that made the meaning of the term even more suspect, even false.



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Thursday, February 26, 2009
The Tao of Tea


Zyto, the court sorceror of King Wenceslas of Bohemia (not "good King Wenceslas", but a rather nastier monarch), cemented his reputation as a mysterious wonder-worker, so solidly in the imagination of the Bohemian aristocracy, that he was, as contemporary accounts put it, 'carried off by the devil' in a blaze of white light. This ascension may have been the impetus for the rapid growth of magic; it certainly helped it along. The emphasis upon individual power of this archetype also meant that individual magicians were much more common than organised cabals, although they often corresponded, occasionally co-operated, and frequently quarrelled. Zyto, while an adept magician, was not an expert self-publicist like Faust, who was, in fact, only attempting a bid at becoming Godwalker, but managed to leave a reputation behind that substantially exceeded his gifts. He failed his bid, and died a lonely, poor, unrecorded death. At that point, however, other magi were just beginning to catch onto the fact that there was somebody up there who liked them, and, with Faust's disappearance and all the stories about him going round, most people in the know simply assumed it was him who'd managed to ascend. Numerous other schools of magick were created around this time, and some of them contained the seeds of today's postmodern practitioners. Helotomancy, where adepts submitted themselves to a set of arbitrary and iron-set rules in order to gain the power to enslave others, was popular throughout the Americas, as was Sucromancy, which drew on the massive popularity of sugar, sweets, and spices to create a form of addiction-based magick; drawing upon ghosts' traditional fondness for sweets and treats, it was particularly good at summoning and bargaining with demons. Sucromancy and Helotomancy, both popular among slave-traders, were eventually imitated by the slaves and their descendants and incorporated with African magickal traditions to create the various forms of voudoun. The Triangle, a Liverpool based cabal of sucromancers and helotomancers, used its magicks to enforce the control of the Liverpool cartels over the sugar and slave trades, and to influence politicians against the abolitionists, until a sudden wave of popular anti-slavery feeling completely destroyed their efforts. The Underground began to really take off in America around this time, too. There had been magickal cabals there as far back as the 1740s, but the explosion of new ideas, religions, and pseudo-sciences throughout America, from numerology through to intimate massage through to Dr. Kellogg's health regime (which inspired a fitness-obsessed adept called Bran the Blessed to create a short-lived school, an Epideromantic forerunner, that combined intense purging with supernatural bodily ability), gave a peculiar boost to the Underground, which became centred in two important American cities, New York and San Francisco. The Mormons, in particular, set aside from mainstream American society until their abolition of polygamy and with strong elements of occultism and Freemasonry already incorporated into their religious practices, produced a surprising amount of adepts, including the group known as Stones of the Temple, which made several pioneering excursions into South America for both missionary and magickal purposes.


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