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lukkucairi 08-03-2008 10:20 PM

hm, I'm finding myself unexpectedly in Portland.

Mo, are you really Queen Latifah? What is there to do in this town?

MoJoRiSin 08-05-2008 08:04 PM

you are visiting ??
(Queen Latifa I am not)
it's quite hot out there

you know ..
**Did you make it to the Rose Garden?**

MoJoRiSin 08-06-2008 12:55 AM

I once saw a documentary about the !Kung people
and I remember that the women liked to hang around with each other all the day long....
that makes me think of this painting....
"The Holy Family"
by Lucas Cranach the Elder :)
I can't add photos here on Mo's Posts
but you can google it and click on images....

MoJoRiSin 08-06-2008 01:39 PM

...the problem with major us airliners (pan am is history no?) is that it is impossible to pray with you head on mother earth while piloting one....wikipedia "presbyterian community high school Tehran"
then on bottom of page click yearbook '76
look closely at photo 9 (flags)
then read the wiki story

Peace out peace in?
good luck on that one

zero 08-06-2008 01:50 PM

hi mo - ever seen tumblr?

maybe you'd like it - it's FREE! to register and simple to post anything at all including pictures.

if you were to sart a "tumblog" as they're known, i'd read it every day!

MoJoRiSin 08-07-2008 01:16 PM

here is a link to the diving schedule....
Ha!Like you care... ; )


MoJoRiSin 08-07-2008 01:25 PM

The life of a Spartan male was a life of discipline, self-denial, and simplicity. The Spartans viewed themselves as the true inheritors of the Greek tradition. They did not surround themselves with luxuries, expensive foods, or opportunities for leisure. And this, I think, is the key to understanding the Spartans. While the Athenians and many others thought the Spartans were insane, the life of the Spartans seemed to hark back to a more basic way of life. Discipline, simplicity, and self-denial always remained ideals in the Greek and Roman worlds; civilization was often seen as bringing disorder, ennervation, weakness, and a decline in moral values. The Spartan, however, could point to Spartan society and argue that moral values and human courage and strength was as great as it was before civilization. Spartan society, then, exercised a profound pull on the surrounding city-states who admired the simplicity, discipline, and order of Spartan life.

The ideology of Sparta was oriented around the state. The individual lived (and died) for the state. Their lives were designed to serve the state from their beginning to the age of sixty. The combination of this ideology, the education of Spartan males, and the disciplined maintenance of a standing army gave the Spartans the stability that had been threatened so dramatically in the Messenean revolt.

Paradoxically, this soldier-centered state was the most liberal state in regards to the status of women. While women did not go through military training, they were required to be educated along similar lines. The Spartans were the only Greeks not only to take seriously the education of women, they instituted it as state policy. This was not, however, an academic education (just as the education of males was not an academic education); it was a physical education which could be grueling. Infant girls were also exposed to die if they were judged to be weak; they were later subject to physical and gymnastics training. This education also involved teaching women that their lives should be dedicated to the state. In most Greek states, women were required to stay indoors at all times (though only the upper classes could afford to observe this custom); Spartan women, however, were free to move about, and had an unusual amount of domestic freedom for their husbands, after all, didn't live at home.

source:: http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/GREECE/SPARTA.HTM

MoJoRiSin 08-08-2008 01:54 AM

marcus bales post
under "post something that made you laugh today"
got me to thinking..
(BTW Tom Leher was a writer on "That Was the Week That Was"
I remember my dad loving that show and laughing out loud over it ...
I must have been 7 or 8 so the humor was over my head, but I liked to watch it because it always made my parents laugh)
>"October Sky" is a fantastic movie
.. more later

MoJoRiSin 08-08-2008 07:39 PM

The truth is almost everyone is afraid of mice, including me.
-Walt Disney


MoJoRiSin 08-09-2008 12:49 PM

full circle?
if not now then when?
hardy har har...... :cool:


MoJoRiSin 08-09-2008 01:26 PM

open image in new window

MoJoRiSin 08-09-2008 01:33 PM

Christianity in a nutshell

MoJoRiSin 08-09-2008 07:23 PM

his/her mojo has risen
*it has risen indeed

MoJoRiSin 08-10-2008 06:51 PM

"It is not by meticulous care in avoiding all contaminations that we
can keep our [spiritual body] clean and give it grace, but by urging it
to give vigorous expression to its inner life in the very midst of all
the dust and heat and hurts." -- Rabindranath Tagore

MoJoRiSin 08-10-2008 07:14 PM

the heights are limited only by the depths one has not experienced

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