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“Retirement is not in my vocabulary. They aren’t going to get rid of me that way.”

Betty White

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Yun Zi, 6 months old, at the San Diego Zoo on February 16, 2010.

© Ken Bohn.

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I will come back with 100 more designs, wait guys. Love coffee. Drink coffee. WARNING — If you have high blood pressure, don’t.

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Here is some Holy water. Please take it.

That looks like a bottle of Sparkletts from Costco.

Please take.

No thanks, I have some in my blue bottle.

Your path is your own path to Truth- not a path that has been embossed for your body and mind to be molded into. At a certain moment, the Kool Aid gets sour and doesn’t taste like it used to. You gotta question what you’re being fed, what you’re digesting, what you’re entering into your system. If you don’t, you’re a slave. You’re enslaved by the Kool Aid. If consciousness doesn’t evolve, it is stagnant, what is stagnant becomes heavy and stuck, what is stuck becomes disease. The Nature of all beings, of all things, is to evolve, is to shift, is to grow. Now how can we connect to the natural rhythm and flow of this Nature? Every moment is an opportunity to awaken, to become more conscious, to know your Self. Question everything. Be free. It’s the only way to live.

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"We have bigger houses but smaller families. More conveniences, but less time. We have more degrees, but less sense. More knowledge, but less judgment. More experts, but more problems.
More medicines, but less healthiness. We’ve been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet the new neighbor. We build more computers to hold more information to produce more copies than ever but have less communication. We have become long on quantity, but short on quality. These are times of fast foods but slow digestion; Tall men but short character; Steep profits but shallow relationships. It’s a time when there is much in the window, but nothing in the room."

- The 14th Dalai Lama

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