Category Archives: Life
I ran across an interesting post in the underbelly of the gawker archives today about New Yorkers and their missed connections:
Here is a sample of one of these tantilizing pie charts:
Enjoy, fellow New Yorkers and Craigslist perusers.
After trying to find mental, physical, and spiritual peace from many traditional literary sources, and failing in the way road-kill failed to adequately cross the highway, I desperately searched in [insert name of large, seemingly-soulless bookstore chain]. I came across a book that I had previously overlooked for its seemingly pop-culture version of Zen Buddhism: Hardcore Zen by Brad Warner. What I failed to realize was, it addressed more issues pertinent to my life than any of the others did, and took itself with a healthy dose of doubt and cynicism.
Perhaps, I am merely a pop-culture whore who cannot recognize spiritual growth when it hits me with a monster truck. However, I would rather think that although this approach is far from conventional, it offers more merits in its ironically down-to-earth style.
Take a look at a new sketch/drawing blog of mine: http://cinamin.wordpress.com/
Here’s a sample:
For the first time in decades, the US dollar is not worth more than the US dollar. Read about it here: http://www.boston.com/business/globe/articles/2007/11/24/with_dollar_low_us_is_one_big_outlet/
In completely unrelated news, I’m moving to Western Europe.
Oh, I wish.