From: His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the Movement of Tantra-Hammock on 20 Jun 2010 11:13
On Jun 19, 2:00 am, norbu_tragri <norbu.tra...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jun 17, 2:06 pm, "His Highness the TibetanMonkey, Creator of the
> Movement of Tantra-Hammock" <nolionnoprob...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Strategy of the mosquitoes is VERY effective. Nagging can pay off with
> > great results.
> Or not. Nagging can get some results - caving-in or combat.
> Parents who want the best for the children, or children who
> want the best the best for their parents don't give in to
> either reaction. :)
The tiny mosquito can drive the giant (us) crazy. David vs. Goliath.
They are also many, so they also show the united we can accomplish
> > But do we LOVE the mosquitoes?
> Mosquitoes are part of life - do you love life with arms wide open,
> or chose little part that are sort of ok, some days, depending on how
> you feel...?
Wait a minute, that mosquito is sucking your blood and he's within
reach... What do we do? Strike or tell him "I love you?"
> > We must draw the line somewhere, right?
> Wise Monkey smacks mosquitoes, Wise Buddha lets them live.
> Who knows which is which....a mosquitoe approaches...
> there is no line, chaos follows...
> What follows is improvisation, dance...
> No set lines.
Wise Monkey blows them away with fan, and then whoever crosses the
line is "dead meat."
Though I can find a good reason to dance in their presence rather than
sitting like Buddha.
Hey, the mosquitoes have to learn to respect too! It's break time in
the hammock, you know.
> There is very much climate change going on, and very bad news...
That's the reality, even in the Tibetan peaks. Only simple life can
> > I think nature is the only thing worth worshiping if there's something
> > that needs dying for or living for.
> i prefer mutual respect to groveling or demanding worship,
> and nature seems to be okay with that, she hasn't stopped hugging me,
> or i her...
You can hug a tree and never feel betrayed like a woman could.
> > But when you start loving the mosquitoes, you know you went too far. ;)
> when mosquitoes go too far you might love to let them know...
> what that says about human life though....
> - n
I'll say "I love you mosquito," before I smack them. ;)