Tuesday, February 06, 2007

What is our Dharma ?


11 comments:

lalitha said...

Jim..loved this inspiring post.Is this the new You? especially can relate to these lines" we injure ourselves more deeply and more gravely by allowing our hearts and minds to turn dark"

Rex Venom said...

I wownder if it is that simple...
That would be nice.
Rock on!

Blessed said...

That, my friend, was absolutely wonderful, beautiful.
Thank you for sharing.
I do a newsletter for my office and I really think I will print that and put it in next month!!!
AWESOME!

Keshi said...

for a moment I thought that was Saby LOL!

**But, just as it is the scorpion’s nature to sting, so it is my nature to save

nice one. Well how easy is that to achieve tho? If a scorpion was gonna sting me, my natural instinct wud tell me to protect myself too...and I'd most prolly try to kill it than save it??


Keshi.

Anonymous said...

only animals are ruled by instincts

Anonymous said...

been there & what & nature to save without nature to think usually gives nothing

w

p.s. if u realy want to save the scorpion & not only save your ego find better way

w said...

& go there :D

Anonymous said...

ha fits nu u

"The gratification comes in the doing, not in the results."

awaiting said...

Jim, uh, whatever you call yourself these days...I mean, mutiple pesonalities and all, you sicko...thanks for blogging!

I couldn't live without you!

Now I am off to contemplate suicide in case you do not acknowledge me.

LOVE YOU!!!

Anonymous said...

The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.

The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure , the process is its own reward.

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Anonymous said...

Do u really miss me granpa :) i miss u too

- Janice