Random thoughts of the week

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May 06, 2012 Random thoughts of the week

On Sundays, I sometimes veer well beyond the law in my blog entries.

On my Twitterpage,, I sometimes jot out news items, legal ideas, and personal ideas of interest. However, it can be hard to view Twitter archives after a few weeks. Therefore, starting with this blog entry, I am assembling some of my recent random thoughts.

– “[A]ll dharmas … are but … means & shifts around the Great Death which is ‘our life.'” Jack Kerouac, Some of the Dharma.

“Practice wishing happiness to all your friends, acquaintances & enemies. Not only does this awake a heart of compassion…” Id.

“I always did suspect that life was a dream, now i am assured by the most brilliant man who ever lived, that it is indeed so.” Id.

Jack Kerouac engaged on Buddhism with Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder and Philip Whalen, among others.

– “The thing wrong with the world is that people don’t have instructions.” Tadodaho Chief Leon Shenandoah

– Watch out for feces in your chicken.

Boredom is not a choice. Thanks to

– “What is the relationship between nuclear power plants, Native American burial grounds and Buddhism?”

– Martine Rothblatt on mindfiles. mindware, and mindclones.

– I stumbled upon the Wake Up and Laugh blog.

– “The ego thinks it makes choices.” ~ Ram Dass.

– If trees could speak, what would they say?

– Beopjeong Sunim’s essay “Without Possession.”

– Somewhere in Dhamma on Beopjeong Sunim.

– More on Beopjeong Sunim after his passing.

– More writings by Beopjeong Sunim.

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