25-27 Corvi's bits

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    2009.09.27 19:00 - Owls and Squrrels (Guardians -->Check your logs*)

    In a way this might be my favorite conversation ever in sl. 

    Paul Namiboo: Well folks -- I had a great weekend. I went to the Sierra and by purest luck I got a glimpseof a great grey owlBiggest owl in U.S., one I've never seen (crazed bird watcher)

    doug Sosa: that is wonderful. diet?

    doug Sosa: (on my mind because cooking dinner :) )

    Archmage Atlantis: Owl for dinner, ech

    stevenaia Michinaga: I am fasting for the next 20 hours, no food for me :)

    doug Sosa: no, just a chicken and some pasta with the incredible range of vegetables from the garden.

    Paul Namiboo: It eats rodents, so I doubt if it tastes great -- but squirrel is ok, so maybe it's not so bad

    stevenaia Michinaga: I'm now glad I'm fasting

    doug Sosa: rodents don't lead to good taste? I always thought that about eel and catfish till i had them - years ago.

    Paul Namiboo: I was at a wedding, so I SHOULD be fasting

    doug Sosa: Eel is one of the cleanest tasting meats.

    Archmage Atlantis: Dad used to eat squirrel

    Paul Namiboo: I survived on them for a while in school

    Archmage Atlantis: to much buck shot

    2009.09.27 13:00 - Bells

    Maxine Walden: I often find that I have different parts of my waking self, parts that wish the practice, while at the same time other parts are 'into' whatever else is going on; a conflict of a sort between parts of me

    2009.09.27 07:00 - Playing in the Band of Being

    Eliza Madrigal: dreams can certainly tell us what seem like real things, though they are 'just' stories

    2009.09.27 01:00 - Civilisation shock

    Qt Core: i wonder how much boring life would be there ;-) just think about two people coming at a door at the same time... who will accept to pass first ? ;-)

    2009.09.26 19:00 - Resistance

    Pema Pera: normally if we feel resistance we tend to push harder, and then the resistance increases too, and we get into some kind of power game with ourselves . . . .

    Pema Pera: but what if we just smile at resistance, watching it, while refusing to play the game?

    2009.09.26 13:00 - Books and Beauty

    SophiaSharon Larnia: It's easy to love what we call beautiful 'things', but another matter to see beauty in things we have labeled less so, it is being too

    2009.09.26 07:00 - Paradoxes, Reflection, The Tea, and The Moon

    Eos: Well, I don't know if the greater environment here is like that, it's just a matter of sometimes spotting little special moments, or groups, or people, or cups of saké :-) 

    2009.09.26 01:00 - Learning Languages

    (I would have titled this the wise fool...we're all a bit provincial, I think.  The trick is to figure that out)

    Qt Core: we are luckier than english speaking people... we can use the excuse we are doing our english homework ;-)
    Qt Core: in some sort of sick weird way i like to learn how provincial i am
    Qt Core: how many other view are there
    Qt Core: how much i think i'm open minded and how much i really am not 

    2009.09.25 19:00 - Little Tiger, Little Dragon

    Eos Amaterasu: I like that your AV is decorated with baby dragon and baby tiger

    Archmage Atlantis: They represent the future of entitykind

    Eos Amaterasu: it's like your AV is a living mandala, with several entities in energetic relationship

    2009.09.25 13:00 - Yakuzza´s first log

    Mickorod Renard: so what was the subject tonite?

    Yakuzza Lethecus: from sillyness to the environmental issues of climate change again

    2009.09.25 07:00 - Throw my mind in the garbage

    sophia Placebo: i once wanted to throw my mind in the garbage , that was the easiest way tio have time for myself, then i discover that i dont be me without it ,sad thing

    SophiaSharon Larnia: can you just save the mind somewhere, and retreive it 

    quen Oh: would be nice indeed if you had a button on the mind to tune it down sometimes indeed, lol and indeed SophiaS, to make backups!

    Eliza Madrigal: I used to do a writing excercize called "morning pages" which was a way of emptying the top layer of thoughts to get to the more substantive ones... that's a kind of putting a mind somewhere... the repetitive/busy one maybe.  Julia Cameron who wrote that book (the artist's way) also talks about getting past the critic and the crazy-makers :) This is one way to quiet them :)

    2009.09.25 01:00 - Taxi duty

    Wol Euler: how are you this morning?

    Qt Core: still dead from freeing my 86 yo uncle home from an inch of water ;-)

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