You made her laugh, but can you make her giggle?– Rome Troyano
In the end, we can only lie to others after we have lied to ourselves.– MasterChen
If you don’t ask the answer is no anyway.
Patience allows opportunity to present itself.– The Professor
Through confusion we find clarity.– The Professor
Practicing Zen doesn’t mean you need to be emotionless and detached. Emotions are what make us human. I practice to be aware of my emotions and recognize my attachment to them. When I’m pissed, I am pissed. When I’m sad, I am sad. The same is true of depression, frustration, and happiness. Life events and circumstances, and our attachment to them bring rise of all emotions. Again, this is...
Why do we get offended?
We get offended because we get attached to a concept for which another person might have an opposing view. The name calling is just icing on the cake.
We’re always trying to change the world around us instead of recognizing that...– (via sen-hoa)
To really appreciate Heaven(Enlightenment), one must endure the pain of a hell(Samsara) first.
MasterChen’s Top 7 Trolling Targets - http://pulse.me/s/g4j23
Karma Should Not be weaponized. Karma is karma. Karma is not a bitch. Karma will...– MasterChen
Will Target Have a strike On Their Hands Too!? →
A Guy's Style Is A Woman's Fault
So, I’ve given this much thought and have come to the following conclusion. Everyone is always complaining about the way guys wear their pants. It’s too loose and baggy. Then it’s too tight and grabby. The ones here to blame are the ladies who give guys the ideas of what style should be. A man’s style is directly proportional to the quantity and quality of women who...
Paranoid Parrot →
My Linux Server's Facebook Fan Page →
An asterisk server designed to help those in need during a time of crisis. Outbound calling, voicemail, caller ID readback, and much more.
The Highest Paid.... Unofficially →
The Highest Paid Military Personnel (according to Sun Tzu).
Bemer invented the ESC key as way for programmers to switch from one kind of...– Who Made That Escape Key? - NYTimes.com