outside? on sidewalks? in a city? it's not clean...that's for sure...
I honestly think you'd have to be a country dwelller,
and not only THAT--you'd have to have a real sense
of a containment field around you, and a continual light... more than mere imagining...something that comes more from meditation....
"and, and,(****ing) and," as they say: in The Commitments.
great film , esp. if you like music...and singing!!!
Hear My Song.>>> another superb film,
esp. good if you like something that feels like (non-manipulative) upliftment
... and old delightful 'music hall music',and slightly quirky characters...
and Ned Beatty????? Who knew he was such a perfect 'man'?
He is in this film!!!!!! I recommend this film ^^^for tuning in
to what else is there, in life, besides feet, food,
or what about "Cold Comfort Farm" - who could resist
a 'princess' named "Rennet"?
If you have it in balance,
things are not so bad--
it's all about the mindset,
and turn ofF the TV--for Chrissakes--
I watched the iron chef challenge last night--
(reason: very tired; never seen it before...dull...)
Disgusting. Pathethic. really sad....FREAKY--
esp. as I am vegan...not only approaching 'raw')
but a former 'health food' chef too
The "secret ingredient" (ugh!!)
was "bacon" (which was stretched
to "pork": I mean, please:
you'd * have *to... Gargh...))
One judge at one point said;
"I feel as if i'm going to die".
He looked like it too...
I FELT LIKE IT>>>>
That was freaky...but this was *ten dishes in*
to tasting for the final outcome!!!!....
Only in AmeriKa: such a premise
for a show.
Scary: what's been on
since 2001. Take a look.
what the 'slant' has to gain
(in watchers, esp. those who feel burnt out:Perfect timing to be manipulated!!)
use your own good sense
and caution!!! but turn always
to Love and Light)(silently;
no doctors involved)
that's in itself a blessing!!!!
In the end, picture this
--because I will NEVER watch it again--
( Iron Chef; but this is an example merely)
except I DO want others to get the sense,
and then Turn Off:
the American "team"
and the Japanese(team)
drum roll please-----
The Amnerican 'captain' smirked.
The Japanese thanked the judges
for allowing him/the team to serve them...
What utter %¤#&!§- ( not the J.: rather the whole foundation)
This alerts you(and I hope YOU) to the factthat the whole show
the Japanese says
I'm happy to have served you--
the U.S. guy sort of nods,
like a dullard with implants, and a smug one at that--
(maybe this is why people the world over, who've seen the the US
in plently a warring role , and before that: a dull role, and beforethat--have had ENOUGH!
and that's about it.