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Ladies- I'm a single, straight, virgo/boar INTJ (age 45) who enjoys books, getting out into nature, music, and daily exercise.

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Here's a quote from Fyodor Dostoevsky to start things off right: Love the animals, love the plants, love everything. If you love everything, you will perceive the divine mystery in things. Once you perceive it, you will begin to comprehend it better every day. And you will come at last to love the whole world with an all-embracing love.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Kitty Purry

That's the name of Katy Perry's cat, lol

While I was cuddled up in bed today, I thought of all the bad words I could think of:

wrong, bad, immoral, unethical,
wicked, evil, sinful, turpitude
pain, agony, suffering, torment, misery, anguish,
anxiety, stress, frustration, disappointment
dissatisfaction, discomfort, disquiet, dis-ease, discontent
affliction, sickness, illness, disease, mental illness
criminal, unlawful, illegal, injustice, unfair
improper, error, incorrect, gaffe, mistake, embarrassment
infraction, misdemeanor, felony,
punishment, 3 strikes, life imprisonment, deathrow
terrorism, torture, assault, rape, murder, violence, war
poor, impoverished, needy, undeveloped, backward, squalid
incorrect, untrue, false, lies
inconsiderate, cold, uncaring, mean, unkind
cruel, vicious, savage
unhappy, depressed, sad, sorrow,
mourning , weeping, crying, wailing,
anger, hatred, rage, wrath, fury, ire, apoplexy, madness
unsatisfactoriness, unpleasant, uncomfortable, horrible, hellish
hungry, starvation, craving, delerium tremens, withdrawal,
shit, excrement, vomit, puke, stench
senescence, aging, dying
boring, tiresome, taxing, dull, draining, dead
unhealthy, unwell, sickly, weak,
disgusting, ugly, gross, revolting
dangerous, unsafe, jarring, frightening, horror
zombie, vampires, demons,
satan, devil, lucifer, mephistopeheles, beelzebub
stupid, ignorant, dumb, foolish
tyrannical, despotic, corrupt,
selfish, self-absorbed, spoiled
spite, malice
rotten

onion article, link

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okay, switch gears with me-
it's all good:
good, right, correct, true, clean, pure, happy, alive, alive!, pleasant, kind, friendly, funny, loving, joyful, fun, flirtatious, frivolity, frolic, great, terrific, wonderful, beneficent, compassionate, justice, peace, fairness, tranquility, calm, amazing, exciting... healthy, well, thriving, fit, strong, warm, comfortable, satisfied, blissful, ecstasy, entertaining, delightful, delectable, delicious, orgasmic, beautiful, safe, full, content, thankful, understanding, wise, smart, intelligent, knowledgeable, enlightened, awake, aware, victorious, champion, wealthy, thrill, wit, perspective, talent, impressive, appreciative, affection, intimacy, hugs, kisses, tasty, yummy, food, friends, family, friendship, pets, juggling, merriment, mercy, magic, lovely, miraculous...
honor, integrity, value, virtue,
trustworthy, loyal, helpful, courteous, cheerful, thrifty, brave, reverent

sushi, thai, indian, chinese, mexican, ethiopian,
pizza, donuts, fast food, sweets, eggnog...
movies, music, money, dance, romance, travel, kites, play, sports, basketball, dunks, poetry, books, concerts, computers, tv, radio, languages... Nature. hiking, swimming, boating, diving, surfing, skiing, waterskiing, camping, photography, arts and crafts, animation, blogs.

Um, does Buddhism seriously want me drop these aversions/cravings/attachments/thoughts?
Some Buddhist humor:
What's different about a buddhist vacuum cleaner? It has no attachments
What did the buddhist monk say to the hot dog vendor? Make me one with everything.

I thought I was somewhat comprehensive, and then I peeked at my thesaurus...I've only scratched the surface. oh, well.

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