Quote of the Day – August 21, 2014

 

To everyman comes, sooner or later, the great renunciation. For the young, there is nothing unattainable; a good thing desired with the whole force of a passionate will, and yet impossible, is to them not credible. Yet, by death, by illness, by poverty, or by the voice of duty, we must learn, each one of us, that the world was not made for us, and that, however beautiful may be the things we crave, Fate may nevertheless forbid them. It is the part of courage, when misfortune comes, to bear without repining the ruin of our hopes, to turn away our thoughts from vain regrets. This degree of submission to power is not only just and right: it is the very gate of wisdom. —Bertrand Russell

To everyman comes, sooner or later, the great renunciation. For the young, there is nothing unattainable; a good thing desired with the whole force of a passionate will, and yet impossible, is to them not credible. Yet, by death, by illness, by poverty, or by the voice of duty, we must learn, each one of us, that the world was not made for us, and that, however beautiful may be the things we crave, Fate may nevertheless forbid them. It is the part of courage, when misfortune comes, to bear without repining the ruin of our hopes, to turn away our thoughts from vain regrets. This degree of submission to power is not only just and right: it is the very gate of wisdom.
—Bertrand Russell

The Yonega culture is a culture of death.

Now death has completed the circle and is confronting them. Their belief in “American Exceptionalism,” based on the Doctrine of Christian Discovery and Dominion, is fuel for their death culture. Only death will result. We must give this to Spirit and Mother Earth to restore life and be accepting even if another extinction event is the chosen path to restoration.

Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/07/07/9-things-mainstream-america-needs-understand-155670?page=0%2C2

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Status Update – Saturday August 16th 2014

I had a fantastic morning, I was up before sunrise and went for a long walk in the park.  I took some great photos and will upload them later today.  Also, the criminal ex-con gangster is moving the last of his crap out of my house today so I’ll have a new room to pray and meditate in.  It’s going to take at least three years to clear the spiritual stink out of that room.  I expect to use it solely for relaxation and centering after living with a criminal liar thief and charlatan who’s been stealing from us since the day he arrived.  I’m celebrating the occasion with ONE (1) kettle one martini and I’m going to make a nice roasted pork tenderloin for two.

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Cheers!

 

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Word of the Day – ethnology – August 12, 2014

"Ethnology." Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 12 Aug. 2014. .

“Ethnology.” Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 12 Aug. 2014. <http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ethnology&gt;.

noun

1:  a science that deals with the division of human beings into races and their origin, distribution, relations, and characteristics

2:  anthropology dealing chiefly with the comparative and analytical study of cultures :  cultural anthropology

— eth·no·log·i·cal  also eth·no·log·ic  adjective

— eth·nol·o·gist  noun

First Known Use of ETHNOLOGY

circa 1828

Rhymes with ETHNOLOGY

chronology, gemology, graphology, horology, neurology, oology, pathology, psychology, technology, trichology, urology

plural eth·nol·o·gies

Medical Definition of ETHNOLOGY

1: a science that deals with the division of human beings into races and their origin, distribution, relations, and characteristics

2: anthropology dealing chiefly with the comparative and analytical study of cultures : cultural anthropology

—eth·no·log·i·cal   also eth·no·log·ic   adjective

“Ethnology.” Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 12 Aug. 2014. <http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ethnology&gt;.

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August 5th 2014 – Status Update – what a FANTASTIC SUMMER morning I’ve had so far!

2014-08-05 09.27.49   What A FANTASTIC MORNING, I went for a nice walk around my neighborhood and met some amazing people. A J.P. and a notary who can help me update my medical instructions before surgery and change my proxy so my X can’t pull the plug if we argue before I go under. Oh, the J.P can also marry here in MA so that’s cool too- maybe my new friend the jewish boy who’s ישיבה will work out someday. Oh, and I picked some flowers, admired a new garden (it’s ‘new’ here-only 12 years old). Then on the way home I met a nice little old lady who walked up behind me and asked if I’m the man ‘who plays the lovely music?’ I like to hear that – the other night I was in the kitchen and forgot I was blasting Turandot in the living room-I’m afraid it was the EXECUTION scene which has some lovely arias- I prefer Dame Joan Sutherland myself-but AUSTRALIANS with powerful vocal chords and the BRITISH EMPIRE can be – well, shall we say- troublesome for us Native Americans? My neighbors didn’t want to hear the crowd screeching for a bloody beheading, so they called the CPD on me. It worked out, I apologized and explained myself, the COP was really handsome and asked me to ‘just turn it down, it doesn’t have to be OFF.’ I forgot to get his badge and telephone numbers – which was unfortunate – he was a VISION of a man. Oh, well, there’ll be other music and Arias to play. So, this little old lady is a VIOLINIST who insists I play more Yo Yo Ma ensemble because “I’ve UPGRADED the neighborhood!” GOOD TASTE IS EASY TO RECOGNISE! —-> which reminds me I HAVE TO GO FEED MY CATS NOW.
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