Once, on a Sunday, August 26, 2007, I thought...


comfort oriented me

Thanks to Babyzilla, I know now, that my laziness is Comfort Oriented.

I knew comfort was my thing!
It says:

`The laziness of comfort orientation - we just try to stay comfortable and cozy.'

And as long as that is possible, why not?!
It goes on to say:

`Comfort orientation comes in a variety of forms. Sogyal Rinpoche writes that in the East, for example, laziness often manifests as flopping down in the sun with one’s cronies, drinking tea, and letting the days pass by. In the West, he observes, laziness frequently manifests as speed. People rush from one thing to another, from the gym to the office to the bar to the mountains to the meditation class to the kitchen sink, the backyard, the club. We rush around seeking, seeking, seeking comfort and ease.'

And in the end they have also provided a 'So What To Do?'
But my comfort orientation didn't let me read past that part. So I guess I'm gonna stay like this! ;)

Once, on a Saturday, August 04, 2007, I thought...


Bees Knees

Here's a lesson for you.
When a bee comes buzzing in your home, don't swat it.
Not because it will sting you back, but its more to fun to trap it in a box!
Thats what dad did when a bee started buzzing all over the living room. Although, this time around, he didn't gift-wrap it and send it to anyone!!
Boy was that fun or what. He trapped a bee in a box, and then gave it to a friend as a surprise!
And his friend went home, and opened it in front of his family. As soon as he opened the box, out zipped the angry little bee, found all the doors and windows closed, zipped around a little more, and stung his little daughter! :D


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