from m-w dot cow
lu·di·crous Listen to the pronunciation of ludicrous
Latin ludicrus, from ludus play, sport; perhaps akin to Greek loidoros abusive
1 : amusing or laughable through obvious absurdity, incongruity, exaggeration, or eccentricity 2 : meriting derisive laughter or scorn as absurdly inept, false, or foolish
synonyms see laughable
— lu·di·crous·ly adverb
— lu·di·crous·ness noun
~signed MoHoRiSin ;)
darn it anyway!
reading the ze frank massage board today
mo's heart melted AGAIN
and she had goosebumps from this love she cannot
as well as a tear well up in the corner of her eye
also she chuckled to think
that the cks sound = x sound
had never dar(w)ned on her ;)
how are you feeling images ::
we once had a tenant that never paid rent and tried to scam us
we lost bundles over not chyecking out his background info properly
however he made this with a photograph he found of my sister and i
we went to a professional photographer....
I had nary a picture of her and I
well.... after she had her cancerous kidney removed
she came to visit me in Oregon and
we had a blast going to the professional photographer together
I had alwasy believed I had
but learned it goes away when i am with someone I love
(image goes here to Tibetan monks having there picture made with their heads touching)
hi mo i like your tumblog!
posting images on Tumblr
takes about two seconds
and you are the one
who told me about that sight in the
first place : )
thread within a thread
error messages mo receives
1. "there has been and error loading the page you requested
please try again....."
take me there....
he Word of the Day for January 5 is:
elysian \ih-LIZH-un\ adjective, often capitalized
1 : of or relating to Elysium
*2 : blissful, delightful
"The summer, in some climates, makes possible to man a sort of Elysian
life." (Henry David Thoreau, Walden)
Did you know?
In classical mythology Elysium, also known as the Elysian Fields, was the
paradise reserved for the heroes immortalized by the gods. Ancient Greek poets
imagined it as the abode of the blessed after death. The first known use of the
place-name as a word for a blissful state enjoyed by mere mortals is found in
Shakespeare's Henry V. Following the Bard, many other writers over the centuries
have used "Elysium," as well as "Elysian Fields," to refer to paradisiacal
places or states. Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) was the first to summon "Elysian"
as an adjective for the blissful quality emanating from such places.
onw of 2 unrelated things
"The narrative of Moby-Dick begins with the famous brief sentence, “Call me Ishmael.” Ishmael, a sailor, describes a typical scene in New York City, with large groups of men gathering on their days off to contemplate the ocean and dream of a life at sea. He explains that he himself went to sea because, like these men, he was feeling a “damp, drizzly November in [his] soul” and craved adventure. Shunning anything too “respectable” (or expensive), he always ships as a common sailor rather than as a passenger."
two of 2 (aka give me adventure or give me death)
The most ....
The most unlikely Job
January 6, 2009
Tricycle's Daily Dharma
Just as the water flows under the ground
So those who seek it find it,
Without thought, without end,
Its effective power all-pervasive,
Buddha Knowledge is also like this,
Being in all creatures' minds;
If any work on it with diligence,
They will soon find the light of knowledge.
--The Flower Ornament Scripture, trans. by Thomas Cleary
in a desperate attempt to be inspired mo looked up the
saint of the day
which made here think of
"Canterbury Tales" (the story)
so, she googled that
and this image of a woodcut
from that book
has inpired her ;) sort of
(the book was written ~700 years after the saint was a saint ~"~
mo where on earth have you been?
listen, lover of things that go tweet that i am, i'm perturbed by the pelicans of oregon. is it true?
also, for goodness sake get yourself an avatar, will you?
that will be all.
^btw the pelican holds a special place in my heart ever since last year when i had my dream where i was visited upon by zormix who had shapeshifted to assume the form a a giant, mars-red pelican repeatedly swooping towards the clifftop where i gazed out across the endless ocean.
the final 3 of 4 (or more?sure! why not there is more of this where that camefro
(...leave for people... con't)
3. ) http://laurenlesko.com/wp-content/up.../03/atlas1.jpg
4. ) http://www.harpers.org/media/image/b...ni-olympus.jpg
(actual text reads "plz guide")
one translation of the gayatri mantra :
Oh Supreme soul, the only true happiness, the onle creator of the Universe, the one who gives life and energy to all
(water, air, wind, fire, earth and space),I am meditating upon your absolute best light that destroys all the sorrows, Oh supreme Lord please guide my brain and actions to the best
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