Moses had the first tablet that could connect to the cloud.
Just burned 2,000 calories. That’s the last time I leave brownies in the oven while I nap.
If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?
On the terrace of a monastery high in the mountains, an old Buddhist Zen master stood next to a much younger monk while they both contemplated the great Void of misty space out yonder. The old monk at one point gently declared: “Ah, my son, one day all of this (Void) will be yours.”
Thought I would start off this post with a few musings. Hence the title of this post. But really, what are musings? Are they misguided attempts of possible outcomes or are they the beginning of cohesive actions. I’m not that smart when it comes to emotional or anything that requires me to empathize with another person. So that leaves out both possible answers to the above. For example take tonight. I went to a yoga class. After the way fun yoga stretches and movements (I’m just starting to feel the pain now…) we all did some meditating. You know, close your eyes, both feet planted firmly on the ground muscles relaxed, clear your mind.
About 10 minutes later they were shaking me out of my meditated state of being. Or at least that’s what they thought. During the guided meditation I had been sneaking peaks to see if the meditation was over. Mostly because of my hearing loss and when the teacher is speaking really low it’s a double whammy. When the yoga guide ended the meditation I didn’t hear her. Not even a little bit. Everyone thought I was on a spiritual plane of some sort. Little did they know…(smile)