Archive for May, 2008

Entry for May 31, 2008

May 31, 2008 Leave a comment

1/2 the delegates. Isn’t that generous? I’m sure the people of Florida will embrace this ASSHOLE with a FULL FIST!

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Entry for May 26, 2008

May 26, 2008 Leave a comment

I have videotapes of Gurumayi.

Today I watched Shri Guru Gita.

Of course the tape, the electronic image, etc., is finite but there is something about it that is infinite.

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Entry for May 24, 2008

May 24, 2008 Leave a comment

Just put a new blast up. I read it in The Splendor of Recognition by Swami Shantananda, an exploration of the Pratyabhijna-hridayam, a text on the Ancient Science of the Soul.
After that quote it goes on to say,

“The lack of self-esteem is a clear sign of the presence of anava-mala, the initial, root constraint by which the utter freedom of the divine will (iccha shakti) contracts and becomes our experience of being imperfect, incomplete, unsatisfied, and incapable. Anava-mala is what divides and separates us from the experience of our infinite expansiveness.”

Sutra 9, page 182

cidvat tac chakti-samkocat malvrtah samsari

That which is full of Consciousness,

due to contraction of its powers,

becomes a transmigratory soul, covered by impurities.

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Entry for May 22, 2008

May 22, 2008 Leave a comment

Clinging to a formal numbers count and defending that as the measure of victory rather than leaping for the chance to be affirmed by the voters may garner a party nomination, but it makes Obama look like a beleaguered dictator bleating about how he won an election that everyone knows was dirty and compromised.

I got this from a link in the comments section at Taylor Marsh.

It was Anglachel’s Journal.

There is a troll at TM’s comments section declaring how great Obama is and how victory is already achieved. Sounds like Fidel to me.

Anyway, this guy has said Obama is closing in on McCain in Pennsylvania and Ohio but another commenter doesn’t know what polls he could be talking about because his polls, well I just copied the post – Quinnipiac University polls:
Florida: McCain 45, Obama 41; Clinton 48, McCain 41.
Ohio: McCain 44, Obama 40; Clinton 48, McCain 41.
Pennsylvania: Obama 46, McCain 40; Clinton 50, McCain 37.

There may have been more than one troll. He got excited when someone said he was a paid troll and said Mr. Obama doesn’t need to pay anybody because they are so full of passion, even more passion than us.

Have you noticed how these people that Obamabots compare Obama too are men who have died. Martin Luther King, John F. Kennedy, Abe Lincoln all died a violent death and who else, Jesus.

Jesus’ violent death was turned into salvation and maybe that’s why its so important to die.

Somebody killed Indira Gandhi but she doesn’t qualify for martyrdom. I would have to agree that she was not a good leader since she locked up opposition. But Hillary Clinton is no Indira Gandhi.

One of the trolls noted that a large percentage of people think Hillary is deceptive but perhaps you might remember a few years ago 70 percent of the American public thought G.W. Bush was doing a good job.

No doubt they didn’t think he was a liar and con artist.

They turned out to be wrong about him.

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Entry for May 20, 2008

May 20, 2008 Leave a comment

My brother speaks english so that makes him feel that we are communicating and that he is being friendly.
I wonder if it was the afterimage of Johnny that really gave mom the stroke that killed her.

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Entry for May 20, 2008

May 20, 2008 Leave a comment

My brother speaks english so that makes him feel that we are communicating and that he is being friendly.

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Entry for May 20, 2008

May 20, 2008 Leave a comment

A woman my mother and I used to visit in St. Petersburg, Eleanor Doktorsky, suffered from a brain tumor for many years.
Eleanor was a friend of my mother’s from the Pennsylvania Railroad. Eleanor’s husband, who was known simply as Doc, used to work with my dad.
Eleanor and Doc had a nice little place in St. Pete. Doc died in the 90’s just like my dad and mom went down and visited her annually for a time.
El had a daughter back in New Jersey. There was a fellow who used to help Eleanor at the little trailer park where she lived. I forget his name but he reminded me a lot of that guy on One Day at a Time and I think his name was similar too.
Anyway, El lived for a long time with that tumor in her head. She always looked well when mom and I visited and her house was clean and in order.

I’m looking at this guy Rod Parsley. I had been watching John Hagee whom I heard of through the news about John McCain. McCain is one of Hagee’s fans. Today Hagee preached about grumbling. This fellow Parsley seems to be connecting wealth and religion. I have recently purchased some devotional items related to Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and have tried to chant Shri Mahalakshmyastakam Stotram but I don’t get much encouragement.

I’m sure success is a psychological thing and I’m sure your religion, that is devotion makes a difference.

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