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Friday, June 12, 2009

Another Mega-Post

Once again, instead of a daily blog, I'm hitting you with a summary of the week almost identical to the Newsletter.

Yup, another hellishly busy week in which I've been posting far ahead on most pages (some are now finished through the end of July) while developing two more Projects, the Centerings and Free Daily English Lessons (which may not be daily after all--some friends have told me that the trial lessons are so complete, they could only do one or two a week!) So we'll see how that turns out.

Meanwhile, here's what was published this week on

Wisdom Blogs:

365 Secrets of Happiness: 7 new posts: Listen to an "Old Favorite" Album or CD, Have a Mini-Reunion, Create a Plan to Save Some Money, Start a Collection, Stop the Noise, Go to Starbucks, and Build a Bridge. We're starting to get comments from the "fans" on Facebook (around 90 fans so far), but no comments on the page yet.

At the Feet of Sri Ramakrishna: 2 posts: Red or Green? (about the many ways God appears) and The Blind Men and the Elephant (ditto).

Buddhism Simplified: 2 more posts on the life of the Buddha: Siddhartha and the Sages and The Death of Maya.

Meet Joe Campbell: 1 more post on Campbell's ideas: Idea #3: What Exactly is a Myth?

Aphorisms of a Derelict Yogi: 2 posts: "You gotta scratch your own balls" and "Blah f*cking blah." (No nasty letters yet; is anybody reading this stuff?)


Meatless/Mooless Monday: 2 posts: More "Meatless Monday" on Facebook about other Facebook MM pages, and Mega-Meatless Monday Resource about a major "Meatless Monday" homepage. Don't miss my Meatless/Mooless Monday page on Facebook either.

About James:

My Bio and more: Post on Hannah and Her Sitter (Lila's niece and I read in a mall)


America: Post on The sign of refreshment, Rock Springs, WY (a Coke ad)

Japan: Post on The Froggie is In (dance and mental health?)

China: Post on Under a Spreading Chestnut Tree... (what is this strange set-up?)

Philippines: Post on Banaue Elders (I mean really elder)

Asia: Post on Guia Fortress Chapel, Macau (I break the law on the highest point in Macau)

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