From Zen perspective, every moment contains birth and death.
There is nothing to be afraid of because I’m already dead. Who I think I am now is already in the past at this moment. It was such a relief to realize the simple truth. I just need to keep on reminding myself of the truth.
De la Vega Sightings. I’ve encountered those images numerous times in my neighborhood past 15 years and I have never seen the artist in action. I once entered an icecream store and found its counter covered with De La Vega images. It makes me happy to find those images in chalk on my way to somewhere mandane. It’s a reminder and the inherent impermanence of the message is zen worthy.
Do not believe what you see. From Zen point of view, it’s all about your perception.
Just an ordinary cityscape…caged and trapped in New York City. (Some buildings in D.C.)
Probably true in the short term in moderation.
Tip your bartender well. Two of my friends, Anna and Larry, were so good at it that they went back to the grad school and have become licensed psychotherapists. Now you have to pay much more to talk to them and you won’t even get your drink.
In the long run in excessive amount therapy could be cheaper than drink. I don’t know. But I’m sure those who have opted for therapy would crack up reading this sign. It did cracked me up.
I enjoy this bar’s chalkboard sign. Sense of humor is always good for your soul.
In the end nothing but drinking beer rules.
May 2011, Irish Bar
June 2011, New York State allows same sex marriage
Verison Network break down
Drink. It’s cheaper than therapy.