2011.01.24 07:00 -A Friendly Arc

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    The Guardian for this meeting was Eden Haiku. The comments are by Eden Haiku who was joined this Monday morning by Bruce, Bleu, Zen and Lugh. This meeting is one of four weekly Theme Meetings about Being. The other meetings are Tuesdays 1am, Saturdays 7 pm, and Sundays 1pm. Our Circle of Being was merely an arc as we were only four members (later joined by a fifth), and the theme meeting was less formal, rapidly dwindling into a friendly conversation about our meditation practices. Zen's honesty led us to share as openly as he did. 

    A golden warrior.jpg

    Lugh joined us towards the end of the meeting as a golden warrior with a great typing animation


    Waking up from SL dreams and cold weather

    Eden Haiku: Good morning Bruce!
    Bruce Mowbray: Good morning, Eden!
    Eden Haiku: Good morning Bleu!
    Bleu Oleander: hi Eden, Bruce :)


    Bruce Mowbray: Good morning, Bleu!
    Eden Haiku: is wondering if our friends in retreat in New Orleans are going to join us this morning...
    Bleu Oleander: hmmmm
    Bleu Oleander: what time is it there?
    Eden Haiku: 10 am as here I would think..
    Bruce Mowbray: It is 10 a.m. there -- Eastern Time Zone - like my typist's.
    Eden Haiku: How are you guys doing?
    Bleu Oleander: so they're just beginning their retreat this morning
    Bleu Oleander: great, you Eden?
    Bruce Mowbray: yeah, I suppose so. . .
    Eden Haiku: Good. It's been very cold for the last 4 days. Minus 20 Celsius...
    Bruce Mowbray: I woke up after a night full of SL dreams - thinking it was Friday. . . turned on the computer just before 9 a.m. for the Time Magic group. . .
    Bleu Oleander: chilly!
    Bruce Mowbray: so I'm a bit disoriented today.
    Bruce Mowbray: How are you?
    Eden Haiku: Have to bundle up like a sherpa to go take a walk :)
    Bleu Oleander: it's in the 70's here :)
    Bruce Mowbray: Good morning, Zen.
    Bleu Oleander: hi Zen
    Bruce Mowbray: (or afternoon. . . in Ireland.)
    Zen Arado: Good afternoon all
    Eden Haiku: Hello Zen. Any memories of your SL dreams Bruce?
    Bruce Mowbray: Only the vaguest. . .
    Bruce Mowbray: I recall being in a bus and having sleep under the seats. . .
    Bruce Mowbray: in my RL sleeping bag.
    Bruce Mowbray: (probably good that I don't remember more, huh?)
    Eden Haiku: giggles
    Bruce Mowbray: but the 'good' thing was - that since I had a free hour, I was able to get the wood burner going - and to relax and read some in TSK. . .
    Bruce Mowbray: what a wonderful book that is!
    Zen Arado: thought you were at the retreat Bruce?


    An arc of the Circle of Being

    Eden Haiku: As Wester suggested in an email, why don't we take say one minute of silence before we start the Circle of Being theme. And then maybe, report about our experience during this minute of silence in a clockwise manner?
    Bruce Mowbray: cool. Please indicate the start/stop.
    Eden Haiku: Start of the minute? GONG
    Bruce Mowbray: ty
    Eden Haiku: STOP
    Bruce Mowbray: ;-)
    Eden Haiku: Sounds in the kitchen. Going with the sounds. Coffee pouring. My heart beating.
    Eden Haiku: Done
    Eden Haiku: Zen?
    Zen Arado: I feel restless. Feel I should really be doing something instead of just sitting here
    Zen Arado: feel I am wasting time when I should start a painting or something
    Zen Arado: done
    Eden Haiku: Ty Zen. Bleu?
    Bleu Oleander: watching the fish in the fountain was restful juxtaposed to the busy morning
    Bleu Oleander: am in a "high traffic" area of my house so nice to take a break :) done
    Eden Haiku: Bruce?
    Bruce Mowbray: The sounds of wood crackling in the wood stove, snow silently descending beyond the window, thoughts intrude of all that I need to get done today - in preparation for the "homeless man" who will move in later this week. . . . laundry, floor mopping. . . content to 'drop' all of that for an hour or so. Grateful to be here.
    Bruce Mowbray: Here's a link to the TSK book -- although I'm guess you've all read it already:
    Bruce Mowbray: http://www.amazon.com/Time-Space-Kno...5881681&sr=8-1
    Bruce Mowbray: [done]
    Eden Haiku: Thank you Bruce.
    Eden Haiku: We can now go popcorn talking :)
    Eden Haiku: Popcorn talking about TSK for example...
    Bruce Mowbray: [afk to throw another log on the fire --- brbr]


    About Time, Space and Knowledge (TSK) by Tarthang Tulku

    Bruce Mowbray: [back]
    Eden Haiku: Bruce, what is your first impression of TSK?
    Bruce Mowbray: Well, I just began reading it a few days ago --
    Bruce Mowbray: and I must confess that I've been jumping all around -- looking for themes that directly relate to what we've been discussing here.
    Bleu Oleander: sorry, but must leave .... slips out quietly ... bye for now :)
    Bruce Mowbray: and I guess the first thing that impresses me is the ability of the author to state things simply...
    Zen Arado: bye Bleu
    Bruce Mowbray: Bye Bleu!
    Bruce Mowbray: The ease of his writing - without reference to ANY Buddhist terminology  so far anyway - is really pleasing to me.
    Eden Haiku: bye Bleu.
    Bruce Mowbray: It's as if he were sort of slipping my mind into a a very comfortable pair of slippers.
    Bruce Mowbray: My edition was written in 1977.
    Bruce Mowbray: The same year that I walked across much of America -- and was having very similar thoughts to those explained in the book.
    Bruce Mowbray: (are we doing popcorn now?)
    Bruce Mowbray waits and listens.
    Eden Haiku: Ordered TSK online last year, have read just a few sections while attending a few Time sessions on voice at the Kira Cafe. Still on my HUGE pile of books to read.
    Eden Haiku: With the Internet, I end up postponing reading books to always another time… I used to read a lot. Not anymore :) Is it the same with you Zen?
    Bruce Mowbray: I was reading three or four other books - as I usually do - and once I got started with TSK, it zoomed up to the top of the stack.
    Zen Arado: I have a lot of half read books
    Zen Arado: TSK I just couldn't get into
    Zen Arado: it started with weird visualizations that I couldn't see any point to
    Eden Haiku: I found TSK fascinating and then stopped...Same as with Don Quixote decades ago...
    Eden Haiku: A yes, the giant body...
    Bruce Mowbray: "Great Time" "Great Space" . . .
    Zen Arado: and recommending you read up on anatomy? weird
    Eden Haiku: giggles
    Bruce Mowbray: mmmm....?
    Zen Arado: so you can visualize the blood and other bodily systems better
    Eden Haiku: is appreciating Zen's sourly wit :)
    Zen Arado: am just being honest
    Eden Haiku: :)
    Eden Haiku: I like that!
    Bruce Mowbray confesses that he skipped over most of the "exercises" and went straight for the 'meat" (not to be overly anatomical, here).
    Zen Arado: I am usually open and sympathetic to books
    Eden Haiku: Yes, I know Zen. That's why I smile :)
    Zen Arado: read sympathetically first and then be critical is my motto
    Zen Arado: but TSK lost me straightaway
    Eden Haiku: ah ah you didn't do the exercises Bruce . Bad boy!
    Zen Arado: don't let me put you off though
    Bruce Mowbray: Oh, Zen, I am LOVING the book. . . (so I won't be put off by your honest comments...)
    Eden Haiku: I didn't start doing them either :(
    Zen Arado: maybe I am too rational and want things to make sense too much
    Bruce Mowbray: It seems to me that he's going into considerable depth about Buddhist mindfulness -- especially Zen mindfulness - without once mentioning those "traditional" terms.
    Bruce Mowbray: and he's also describing the phenomenological approach without mentioning Husserl or Heidegger
    Eden Haiku: The reader always has the last word Zen. If you don't feel like reading a book then it's not the "right time" to read that book isn't it?
    Bruce Mowbray: anyway -- I am enjoying his fresh approach -- although the book is now almost forty years old. . .
    Zen Arado: agree


    Going back to experience

    Bruce Mowbray absolutely agrees -- readiness is all.
    Zen Arado: reading too much can make one confused
    Eden Haiku: Hummm... was thinking on going back to our experience of Being. Right here and now.
    Eden Haiku: Listening to the birds
    Eden Haiku: Watching Bruce drinking his coffee
    Bruce Mowbray: ;-)
    Eden Haiku: Annoyed by the unrealistic box floating on the pool
    Eden Haiku: pleased by the carps going in circles
    Bruce Mowbray 's typist looks around RL room for Eden. . . and wonders how she can see him drinking coffee in RL. . .
    Eden Haiku: I only see you in SL Bruce...
    Bruce Mowbray: whew -- THAT's a relief!
    Eden Haiku: Your avatar is drinking coffee. The chat informs us. And I see the cup.
    Bruce Mowbray: :-)
    Eden Haiku: I think the Being theme sessions are dwindling away...
    Bruce Mowbray: Looking out through RL window behind computer -- and birds in snowy branches of trees...
    Bruce Mowbray: a hairy woodpecker climbs up the bark on tree right outside my window.
    Eden Haiku: Yesterday, Maxine's session is a delight to read. The music took over the theme…

    Sharing about our meditation practices

    Zen Arado: confused about meditation
    Bruce Mowbray: please say more, Zen.
    Eden Haiku: What do you mean Zen?
    Zen Arado: why do we do it?
    Eden Haiku: To refill our soul, no?
    Zen Arado: some say we shouldn't cos we are trying to get somewhere we are already
    Eden Haiku: Connection with "inner body" makes us feel good?
    Bruce Mowbray: To Be where we are . . .
    Zen Arado: and some say concentration is most important
    Zen Arado: others is investigating thoughts
    Bruce Mowbray: It only matters, I feel, what meditation is for YOU, Zen. . .
    Eden Haiku: Then we feel how the whole wide universe fills us, is part of us?
    Zen Arado: if you keep coming back to the breath are you putting an 'iron wall' between you and your thoughts?
    Zen Arado: spiritual bypassing emotions?
    Eden Haiku: Thoughts come and go like the tides
    Bruce Mowbray: I let my thoughts "ride on" the breath. . .
    Bruce Mowbray: very gently riding --
    Bruce Mowbray: like riding on a cloud.
    Eden Haiku: Emotions do settle down after a while yes
    Bruce Mowbray: and I only "concentrate" on the out-breath -- letting the in-breath simple come and go...
    Zen Arado: but isn't the point to investigate them?
    Eden Haiku: The only way through emotions is through them Zen isn't it?
    Zen Arado: find why we are tossed around by them?
    Bruce Mowbray: It only matters what YOUR point is, Zen -- Your meditation will be completely unique - (I feel that, anyway.)
    Zen Arado: staying with them
    Eden Haiku: I wonder if we can find out "why"'. Emotions are like Being raining, thundering, flowering.
    Zen Arado: but what if I am dong it completely wrong?
    Zen Arado: could waste years
    Bruce Mowbray: I've meditated for over forty years and every single one of my sessions was "wrong" --
    Eden Haiku: You seem genuinely anguished Zen.
    Bruce Mowbray: it was also perfect, of course.
    Zen Arado: uniquely bad bruce :)
    Bruce Mowbray: ;-)
    Zen Arado: no - just feel a little confused atm
    Bruce Mowbray listens intently.
    Zen Arado: like too many people in books telling me what to do
    Zen Arado: and all different
    Eden Haiku: Have you been doing Zen meditation for all these 40 years Zen, the same type?
    Zen Arado: so how do you know who is right?
    Eden Haiku: You are, Zen, you are the one who is right.
    Zen Arado: 40 years? 6 1/2 years only
    Bruce Mowbray agrees totally with Eden on that.
    Eden Haiku: Oh, sorry, I confused Bruce lines with yours Zen.
    Zen Arado: I have done all sorts of meditation
    Zen Arado: mindfulness meditation


    Bruce Mowbray is afk to stir fire...
    Zen Arado: Zen wishes he had a fire to stir...
    Bruce Mowbray: [back]
    Zen Arado: but couldn't manage the heavy work involved anyway....
    Bruce Mowbray: Out here in the VERY RURAL countryside, we don't have much choice. . . Fire or freeze...
    Eden Haiku: In the last 30 years, I have done Tibetan meditation for about a year, then tried many kinds of spiritual paths, then have done Hindu meditation very intensively for 9 years, living in ashrams and so on, then back to Tibetan meditation. Now I practice the 9 seconds breaks. :)
    Zen Arado: gas boilers are so convenient
    Bruce Mowbray: wow, Eden.
    Zen Arado: and no meditation Eden?
    Eden Haiku: Not anymore no.
    Bruce Mowbray: . . . . I am often quite "utilitarian" about meditating.
    Eden Haiku: I burnt out.
    Zen Arado: I like meditating but most of it is just sitting thinking I fear
    Zen Arado: but where does the time go I wonder sometimes...
    Bruce Mowbray: Recently I've been using the 'structure' of the 6 Paramitas. . .
    Zen Arado: you burnt out ?
    Eden Haiku: When in Dharamsala last year, with thousands of Tibetan monks chanting, I easily went back to meditation. It is still part of me. Just not a regular practice anymore. Just dipping into it every 15 minutes or so for a few seconds.
    Zen Arado: utilitarian meditation meditation?
    Bruce Mowbray: Yes -- very utilitarian.
    Eden Haiku: Yes, I felt carbonized Zen. I was in a cult.
    Bruce Mowbray: That whole business of "starting at the end," for example - was quite utilitarian. . .
    Zen Arado: maybe I am ending at the start
    Bruce Mowbray: wow, -- with the Dalai Lama ? Sounds very powerful. . .
    Eden Haiku: :)
    Eden Haiku: Yes, with His Holiness. He almost cried when he talked about the Tathagata having overcome his sadness...
    Zen Arado: I find it hard to have faith in teachers
    Bruce Mowbray: Yes, Zen. . . that's one of the reasons I find that having a loose structure (like Tonglen or the 6 Paramitas, or the 4 Immeasurables -- to work with (guide) as I do the meditation, is quite helpful. . .
    Eden Haiku: His head was bent on the scriptures for a loooong time. The whole Sangha stopped breathing...
    Bruce Mowbray: otherwise, for me, it is just sitting there analyzing thoughts -- and that is not meditation, not the meditation I was to put effort into, anyway.
    Zen Arado: there are a lot of contradictions in meditation
    Eden Haiku: There are lots of contradictions in ourselves :)


    Transmission of Being and being with others

    Bruce Mowbray: The most powerful 'teaching' of any "teacher' is the transmission of her/his Being. . .
    Zen Arado: but I am trying to figure it out too much I know
    Bruce Mowbray: all of the words seem like empty boxes falling into the void.
    Eden Haiku: Darshan yes...transmission of being.
    Bruce Mowbray: but if there is Being -- then the wisdom of that being is transmitted without anything having been said.
    Eden Haiku: Yes, just sitting here in this circle we are having "darshan" of each other beings...
    Bruce Mowbray: ("wise" teachings without the wisdom of the teacher's Being -- empty boxes.)
    Zen Arado: we should stay empty too
    Bruce Mowbray: yes, Eden.
    Eden Haiku: Our friends sitting together in New Orleans are touching a higher degree of "darshan" for sure...
    Bruce Mowbray: and yes, Zen.
    Bruce Mowbray doesn't know whether theirs is "higher" -- only that it is theirs and this is ours.
    Eden Haiku: Meeting in person is the highest darshan.
    Zen Arado: we don't have that at zen retreats
    Zen Arado: we just all sit facing the wall
    Eden Haiku: Though we can receive the darshan of a writer through the writer's words
    Bruce Mowbray: What makes it "in person"? -- geographical closeness?
    Zen Arado: so you don't even see the others
    Eden Haiku: Yes, closeness or just being in the same geographical space.


    Eden Haiku: Zen is a cold black tea style of meditation, tha'ts for sure Zen :)
    Bruce Mowbray: I might be missing the point, of course, but TSK seems to say that all "geographic space" is but the reference points of "small" or "local" or "first level" mind.
    Eden Haiku: I loved hinduism (and still do) with all the flowers, the incense, the dancing, the chanting, the bells...so sensual!
    Bruce Mowbray: I am in darshan with the retreat in New Orleans right now - as well as in darshan with you both.
    Zen Arado: so we are transcending that by coming to SL?
    Eden Haiku: Yes, me too Bruce. I meant it goes much deeper into each other beings when we are in presence in the same space.
    Bruce Mowbray: SL is simply another medium. . .
    Zen Arado: we are meeting in the ether


    Family darshans

    Eden Haiku: I had a truly wonderful experience being with my family during the holidays.
    Bruce Mowbray: I am happy for you, Eden.
    Eden Haiku: We keep in touch through Skype and emails and telephone.
    Zen Arado: but not the same?
    Bruce Mowbray: The "holiday" for me has NO connections with family -- unless the "family" is humanity itself, and of course my tree friends and bird friends. . .
    Eden Haiku: But seeing my niece who lived in Australia for two years, catching the light in her eyes, her smile felt SO GOOD.
    Bruce Mowbray: Oh wonderful!
    Bruce Mowbray: Truly.
    Eden Haiku: And listening to my brother from Newfoundland giggling in the kitchen with my godmother
    Bruce Mowbray: and SKYPE enables that to happen -- that joy.
    Eden Haiku: And my other brother hugging me in such a warm way when he left...
    Zen Arado: you are lucky Eden
    Eden Haiku: Yes. How was it at your niece's party Zen?
    Bruce Mowbray has never had such wonderful connections with family - even as a child.
    Zen Arado: was ok
    Zen Arado: I only see them once a year
    Eden Haiku: Oh, that is so sad Bruce :( We are a bit your family though aren't we now?
    Bruce Mowbray: Oh yes, you are for sure my 'family' -- but please don't be sad about me -- It is simply my "perfect path" this time around. ;)
    Eden Haiku: ;)
    Bruce Mowbray: No regrets!
    Zen Arado: I only have my sister and two nieces as family
    Zen Arado: and I never see one of the nieces
    Bruce Mowbray: . . . . although when I hear of others' . . . sometimes just a touch of loneliness. . . (something to be with and breathe...)
    Eden Haiku: I was overjoyed because they all came to our Three Kings brunch. I wasn't so sure they would. My sister has been doing a lot of estrangement in my family in the last two years and a half. :(
    Zen Arado: Christmas can be a lonely time if you don't have family and everyone else retire into their little family groups
    Bruce Mowbray: I have a sister -- living 2,000 miles away -- have not heard her voice for 18 years (at our mother's memorial service in 1993).


    A golden warrior walks in, shifting the conversation 

    Eden Haiku: Hello Lugh, you look spectacular!
    Bruce Mowbray: omg! It's LUGH!'
    Bruce Mowbray: Hey, LUGH!
    Lugh Fehr: ahh home sweet home heyya :)
    Zen Arado: Hi Lugh :)
    Lugh Fehr: whats up guys and girls
    Bruce Mowbray loves the leafy antennae.
    Bruce Mowbray: BEAUTIFUL, Lugh!
    Zen Arado: golden warrior...
    Zen Arado: better go
    Bruce Mowbray: ty for the LM, Lugh.
    Eden Haiku: We have been talking about meditation and being with others as well as being with Being Lugh
    Zen Arado: ty Lugh
    Lugh Fehr: check out thAT SHOP REAL COool av with real good prices
    Bruce Mowbray: Thanks, Zen. . . much to think about today ---.
    Eden Haiku: Bye Zen, nice to see you :)
    Zen Arado: bye
    Lugh Fehr: bye zen
    Lugh Fehr: ahh meditation
    Lugh Fehr: what do you think meditation is?
    Eden Haiku: I love this golden double tetrahedron form you have in your hands Lugh :) What is it?
    Eden Haiku: Some magic thing?
    Bruce Mowbray: Meditation is whatever YOU experience it as being. . . especially if you are honest to yourself about your experience.
    Lugh Fehr: it happens when i write
    Eden Haiku: It appears and disappears…
    Bruce Mowbray: wow -- cool! So it is a typing animation, of sorts.
    Lugh Fehr: its the flower peoples chi


    Lugh Fehr: yup
    Bruce Mowbray: Blub and I have floors to mop, furniture to dust, and rugs to vacuum. . . So we must be gone now.
    Eden Haiku: Oh it's a writing animation, wonderful! Thanks for the LM Lugh :)
    Bruce Mowbray: Thank you both.
    Lugh Fehr: byebye bruce
    Eden Haiku: Bye Bruce, have a nice day. Keep warm!
    Lugh Fehr: enjoy your day
    Bruce Mowbray: Hoping we all have a happy day -- and especially Zen . .
    Bruce Mowbray: Bye for now.
    Bruce Mowbray: Zen.

    Conversation with a young golden warrior

    Lugh and Eden.jpg

    Lugh Fehr: i love pab :) hehe
    Eden Haiku: :)
    Eden Haiku: How long have you been coming now, about a month?
    Lugh Fehr: hmm something like that i think
    Lugh Fehr: you?
    Eden Haiku: Nice to have you here, always very entertaining outfits :) And nice conversation too!
    Lugh Fehr: tnx :)
    Eden Haiku: Me, a bit more than a year.
    Lugh Fehr: nice
    Lugh Fehr: :)
    Eden Haiku: I used to come to more sessions.
    Eden Haiku: I started drifting away...
    Lugh Fehr: hehe everything is just for a while
    Eden Haiku: Yes, I'm glad I stayed though. It comes in waves.
    Lugh Fehr: hehe yeah i know the feeling
    Eden Haiku: In the beginning, I was discovering SL and went to many places.
    Eden Haiku: I love all kinds of magic circles.
    Eden Haiku: This one is my favorite :)
    Lugh Fehr: well this is the only circle i really clicked with its very laid back and the philosofy is soft people are willing to learn from each other not just argue away
    Eden Haiku: Yes, it is a friendly circle.
    Lugh Fehr: yup thats the word friendly
    Eden Haiku: I love groups, I find collective intelligence is something really fun.
    Eden Haiku: Sometimes it can crystallize things in amazing ways.
    Lugh Fehr: yeah its great
    Lugh Fehr: yes yes true
    Lugh Fehr: you always get a sense of perspective
    Eden Haiku: Your typing animation is a pure wonder!
    Lugh Fehr: and it's fun seeing how other people use their appearance and language
    Eden Haiku: What I like about collective intelligence is that it can lift us out of our constraints.
    Lugh Fehr: yes i like too i think this av wasn't more then 100L
    Lugh Fehr: and humans are tribal creatures they work and live best when with others
    Eden Haiku: We learn new behaviors from others, we share feelings, we play, we discuss...
    Lugh Fehr: would it be terrible boring if youd live in a universe all alone
    Lugh Fehr: hehe
    Eden Haiku: This golden geometrical form reminds me of a Merkaba. You know what a Merkaba is?
    Lugh Fehr: nope what is it :)
    Eden Haiku: Some chariot of light in the Kabbala.


    Lugh Fehr: oh not realy familiar with the kabbala
    Eden Haiku: Neither I. Discovered that on Twitter. Some people working on Narrative Fractals.
    Eden Haiku: Have you seen "Close Encounter of the Third Kind"? The movie?
    Lugh Fehr: all i remember its an art of transformation a mystical thing of sort that comes from the jews
    Lugh Fehr: no, what is it about.
    Eden Haiku: Yes, it's hebraic. Merkaba is a chariot of light to ascend to other planes I think.
    Eden Haiku: It's a Spielberg science-fiction movie from the seventies. I bet you were not born yet :)
    Lugh Fehr: all ideas traditions speaking of the same sort of stuff its wondorus now even since is joining in hehe
    Lugh Fehr: yup your right :P
    Lugh Fehr: cool spielberg
    Eden Haiku: Many characters are obsessed with a similar form and then they end up going to a mountain in that shape and there there is a UFO landing...:)
    Eden Haiku: Well, the Merkaba is pretty trending in many places...It reminds me of the movie :)
    Lugh Fehr: hehehe very spelbergish
    Eden Haiku: Maybe you are about to meet some aliens?
    Eden Haiku: Maybe you landed yourself recently hehe
    Eden Haiku: You are shape-shifter that's for sure :)
    Lugh Fehr: hehe oh im surrounded by aliens but the really freaky part i look down and realize i have an alien body too!!
    Eden Haiku: hehe
    Lugh Fehr: yup i change avs every 10 mins
    Eden Haiku: What happens if you don't? You go back to being a pumpkin?
    Lugh Fehr: hehe pumpkins to pumpkins soil to soil
    Eden Haiku: Smile and type (I'm taking a snapshot!)
    Lugh Fehr: how do i smile
    Eden Haiku: That was good, thanks :))
    Lugh Fehr: :)
    Eden Haiku: I guess you smile in real life and it shows through the picture:)
    Lugh Fehr: hehee :P
    Lugh Fehr: oh if i click on my av it happens too
    Lugh Fehr: oh nope it was a fluck
    Eden Haiku: A fluck?
    Lugh Fehr: a software mistake
    Lugh Fehr: cool pic tanx
    Eden Haiku: Ah, thanks. Webster dictionnary had no clue.
    Eden Haiku: Are you working in that field (software) if I may ask?
    Lugh Fehr: i write it wrong youll get it if you hear me say it
    Lugh Fehr: well i am a sun of a programmer hehe and i help him around his small company
    Eden Haiku: Nice :)


    Lugh Fehr: yeah the good thing is you learn the culture of business
    Eden Haiku: My friend just saw your avatar on my wide screen and said you have a fabulous costume :)
    Eden Haiku: Ah yes, it is a good training...
    Lugh Fehr: how people act
    Lugh Fehr: hehe tell her tnx :) but im really a fairy thing hehehe :P
    Lugh Fehr: im very laggy writing taking ages to be posted
    Eden Haiku: He also said he needs my help for some editing, so I guess I will have to leave soon...
    Lugh Fehr: hehe oki nice talking to you i should start doing something too laterss have a nice day and all :)
    Eden Haiku: Nice talking to you Lugh. Have a very nice day!
    Eden Haiku: Bye for now :)
    Lugh Fehr: byebye

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    So happy for this wonderful session!! We were beginnin retreat yes, and having breakfast before our 'first official session' at this time. :) I feel rather giddy that Bruce is reading TSK and smiling warmly at Zen's comments, glimpses of Bleu, of course beaming at Eden as always, and wow Lugh has the most incredible avatars!
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