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Zen monks, when they want to meditate, sit before a rock. “Now I’ll wait until it grows a little rock,” they think.

The master said, “Everything around us is constantly changing. Everyday, the Sun illuminates a new world. What we call routine is full of new opportunities, but we do not see that everyday is different from before. Today, somewhere, a treasure awaits. It may be a little smile, it can be a great achievement, whatever. Life is full of large and small miracles. Nothing is boring, because everything is constantly changing. The trouble is not in the world, but in how we view the world.”

~Maktub , Paulo Coelho

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Hunter Webb Photography

Photo Contest “Trees” ends at 1:00pm Today! See http://hunterwebbphotography.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/weekly-photo-challenge/ for rules/submission email address. Winners will be shown under the “Weekly Photo Contest” Page on the top menu bar on my home page on Monday May 28th.

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ShabiraBasheer

Zen monks, when they want to meditate, sit before a rock. “Now I’ll wait until it grows a little rock,” they think.

The master said, “Everything around us is constantly changing. Everyday, the Sun illuminates a new world. What we call routine is full of new opportunities, but we do not see that everyday is different from before. Today, somewhere, a treasure awaits. It may be a little smile, it can be a great achievement, whatever. Life is full of large and small miracles. Nothing is boring, because everything is constantly changing. The trouble is not in the world, but in how we view the world.”

~Maktub , Paulo Coelho

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Inspires to create my own list before i die:-)

thediaryofabipolargirl

1. Take a night class in Japanese.

2. Buy an original work of art.

3. Learn to make sushi.

sushi2

4. Read an autobiography by a celebrity.

5. Take more photos.  And print them out. (Facebook Doesn’t Count!)

Nikki & Scott

6. Get a dog.

7. Ride on an elephant.

8. Go to Egypt.

9. Go Paris and see a real art museum.

10. Go to Bali.

11. Go to Las Vegas.

12. Spend a proper Halloween in America.

13. Go to a dress up party.

14. Do something randomly kind for no reason.

15. Take a pole dancing class.

16. Have an awesome garden (that doesn’t die) that I made all by myself.

17. Go snorkelling and experience marine life up close.

18. Fly first class.

19. Go to Thailand.

20. Visit a castle in England.

21. Learn how to talk to random strangers without feeling self-conscious and dorky.

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Inspires to create my own list before i die:-)

Chunky Marinara

So here we are, the unofficial start of summer! Memorial Day! Who even came up with that? How is it the unofficial start? I don’t know about you but as of Friday May 25th 5:00 pm hundreds of people where clocking out and heading towards the Jersey Shore.

I can remember the first time I went there myself. It was the day after my senior prom. I thought it was so exciting. Being able to actually swim in the water was amazing. Trust me, that’s not a joke. I grew up In Staten Island and Gateway beach in Great Kills was (my) beach. The sand was brown and there was a big sign that said no swimming! We really just went there to see our friends and more or less hang out in the parking lot on the good ole’ asphalt listening to Donna Summer and france jolie.

The beaches at Seaside are clean…

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