19Jul/13

It’s a hustle and bustle world out there.

This big mechanism that we call our metropolis has so many moving parts. Some of them move harmoniously, while other beat to their own nonrhythmic drum. Sometimes I feel like I don’t even exist here… as if I’m invisible.

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Unseen by all the others that stream right by me. Their glossy eyes tuned only to the blue-collar frame of things, while I look toward the fuchsia and magenta hues that dreams are made of. There is so much beauty and history held within the bricks of these urban infrastructures, but they choose only

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22Jun/13

Gods and Goddesses

The tragedy of Buddhism and of Christianity is that we have turned their founders into Gods.

Despite the Buddha’s warnings against dogma, rites and rituals and despite his teaching that the Source of all life, energy and consciousness is beyond form and concept, the Buddhists light incense, bow before his statue and pray for his intercession in their affairs.

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Christians claim that Yeshua

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01Nov/12

Kimo’s Hawaiian Rules

Life is simple if you live it by some simple rules.

• Never judge a day by the weather • The best things in life aren’t things • Tell the truth – there’s less to remember • Speak softly and wear a loud shirt • Goals are deceptive – the unaimed arrow never misses • He who

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14Jul/12

Love American Style

Love American Style

Love, creates a dilemma for Americans. In some ways, love is the quintessential expression of individuality and freedom. At the same time, it offers intimacy, mutuality and sharing.

07Jun/10

We are all made of stars

John Muir, the naturalist who convinced Teddy Roosevelt to set aside large parts of North American nature into public trusts once said “If you pick up one thing in the universe, you’ll find it’s darn near hitched to everthing else. This universal connectivity which permeates all

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