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ERRbody in the club gettin' tipsy... [Jan. 8th, 2005|01:46 am]
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ready for sleep. might just get eight hours, which is good. will feel tired from waking earlier than usual, but sacrifices bring blessings.

will be a day for caffeine, which is also a blessing. heightened metabolism... lost calories... "My hunger is waging war on my fat cells!"

fulfilling day in the pursuit of evil... If one understands evil, one might just understand God. so is the theory. no. I don't think I am evil. (It's so easy when you're evil.)

Please don't rain on my parade.

I have questions, which I guess is the point of my evil book. like selfish prayers for protection? or a dying rodent on the street. I shall elaborate later.

As for the dying rodent, my self inflection concludes with the single word "Suffering." Understand it in a Buddhist context. Then move on.

Somebody please correct me, for I know that I am inaccurate. My sensei teaches, to the best of my recollection, "The three noble truths are 1) Suffering exists, 2) Suffering is caused by ignorance, and 3) Ignorance can be alleviated by the eightfold path (which his son's girlfriend [or was it his daughter?] explains is Buddhism)."

Do unto others. that's what I think.

"And I am really...... drunk." --Jerry Maguire

[User Picture]From: hootie
2005-01-08 09:02 am (UTC)
Suffering exists. It is caused by attachment to things(desiring things basicly). When one practices the art of detachment, one eleviates suffering. The eightfold path usually puts someone in the right direction as far as this goes. Things happen because that is the way it is, or the way it should be, etc.

Oh and sorry I didn't respond on AIM. Friday night is my group's DnD night. They were attacked by an assassin. 2 of 3 characters made it out alive. I'm idle for a lot throughout the day, cable internet allows me to stay on for long periods of time. Anyway, Goodnight and Goodmorning. It's 3 AM and I'm going to bed.
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[User Picture]From: wasabi_nose
2005-01-08 11:42 pm (UTC)
Hmm, interesting. Thank you for that. Things happen because that is the way that it is. It doesn't always feel that way, but I am currently reading about what Jung calls the "feeling function." Perhaps I will feel the need to mention it in a future entry.

It's alright, your not responding. I figured you were just away. Games in which a character dies are usually pretty intense. hope it was fun, at least.
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