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MoJoRiSin 08-13-2015 04:06 PM

going out on a limb here



thought for the day

i found somebody new

break into what song?
"Stairway to Heaven"
surely no?
:) :) :)

MoJoRiSin 08-17-2015 04:43 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread

Life Is A Carnival
By The Band
You can walk on the water, drown in the sand
You can fly off a mountaintop if anybody can
Run away, run away, it's the restless age
Look away, look away, you can turn the page
Hey, buddy, would you like to buy a watch real cheap
Here on the street
I got six on each arm and two more round my feet
Life is a carnival, believe it or not
Life is a carnival, two bits a shot
⭐️Saw a man with the jinx in the third degree
From trying to deal with people, people you can't see⭐️
Take away, take away, this house of mirrors
Give away, give away, all the souvenirs
We're all in the same boat ready to float off the edge of the world
The flat old world
The street is a sideshow from the peddler to the corner girl
Life is a carnival, it's in the book
Life is a carnival, take another look
Hey, buddy, would you like to buy a watch real cheap
Here on the street
I got six on each arm and two more round my feet
Life is a carnival, believe it or not
Life is a carnival, two bits a shot
Life is a carnival
Life is a carnival
Life is a carnival
© Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
For non-commercial use only.

when i listen to the music
i definitely hear
"anybody want to buy a washing
what do you hear?
clue me in
:) :) :)

MoJoRiSin 08-23-2015 03:52 PM


MoJoRiSin 08-23-2015 03:54 PM

i am definitely here now

MoJoRiSin 08-26-2015 05:29 PM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread

Suffering and Socrates
Taken from
Ram Dass
Love Serve Remember
FB earlier today
August 25,2105

"A husband and wife tell the following story:

Husband: I was working in Calcutta in the smallpox program. It was one of those times when I was having a tiny pang of remorse. I went through the streets of Calcutta and I saw all the beggars, thought about their suffering, and as usual got into my argument with God about suffering. “It’s really not necessary,” I kept telling him.

At that time I was reading the Phaedo, Plato’s account of Socrates’ death, which ends with Socrates and his disciples discussing whether Socrates should postpone taking the hemlock, and Socrates says to bring it in, because it doesn’t make any difference. The disciples are all crying and he tells them, “Listen, there are only two possibilities: either there is something after death or there is nothing after death. If there is nothing after death, then thank God at last I’m going to get a good sleep. And if there is something after death, then at least I have the chance of having a good conversation.” Then they brought the hemlock, which he took and died.

So I reasoned that if Socrates, in all his wisdom, at the time of his death didn’t know the nature of life, then I really shouldn’t feel so despondent that a simple soul like me didn’t understand. Thus I was consoled.

Wife: At the same time my husband was in Calcutta, I was in Delhi looking for Maharajji. We finally found him at the home of the Barmans in New Delhi (this was his last visit to New Delhi before he left his body). We were sitting with him in the afternoon on the same day he had arrived. Maharajji looked at me and simply said, “Socrates.” Later on that same day he looked at me again and said, “Socrates.”

I discussed this with the devotees accompanying me, trying to figure out what he had meant. Perhaps it was that I looked or thought like Socrates, but we couldn’t quite figure it out. My husband came home from Calcutta, and after telling him that I had seen Maharajji I said, “You know, he said the strangest thing to me and we still don’t understand what it means. He looked at me and called me ‘Socrates.’ What do you think it means?” Then my husband told me what he’d been thinking and we figured out that it was exactly the same day my husband just described."

– Ram Dass, Miracle of Love: Stories of Neem Karoli Baba

obviously the thing that ties them
together is that they are both abott

My daughter "liked" this on facebook
maybe it was today i am not sure.....
things were not like this in my day
is it because 99% of all my acquaintances
went to Sunday school or at least
had some religious training ??
I would definitely like to hear your thoughts
on this
ps i have not read it all the way to
~The ending
makes me so sad
this was NOT my reality growing up
not at all

post a reply if you would kind sirs...


MoJoRiSin 09-03-2015 02:52 PM

wild thing! you make my heart sing! you make everything groovy!
•Mo has decided•
we are the heathens
there is not a single
doubt about it

⭐️they all know for sure⭐️


Originally Posted by MoJoRiSin (Post 429315)
The following are the arts to be studied, together with the Kama Sutra:
Playing on musical instruments
Union of dancing, singing, and playing instrumental music
Writing and drawing
Arraying and adorning an idol with rice and flowers
Spreading and arranging beds or couches of flowers, or flowers upon the ground
Colouring the teeth, garments, hair, nails and bodies, i.e. staining, dyeing, colouring and painting the same
Fixing stained glass into a floor
The art of making beds, and spreading out carpets and cushions for reclining
Playing on musical glasses filled with water
Storing and accumulating water in aqueducts, cisterns and reservoirs
Picture making, trimming and decorating
Stringing of rosaries, necklaces, garlands and wreaths
Binding of turbans and chaplets, and making crests and top-knots of flowers
Scenic representations, stage playing Art of making ear ornaments Art of preparing perfumes and odours
Proper disposition of jewels and decorations, and adornment in dress
Magic or sorcery
Quickness of hand or manual skill
Culinary art, i.e. cooking and cookery
Making lemonades, sherbets, acidulated drinks, and spirituous extracts with proper flavour and colour
Tailor's work and sewing
Making parrots, flowers, tufts, tassels, bunches, bosses, knobs, etc., out of yarn or thread
Solution of riddles, enigmas, covert speeches, verbal puzzles and enigmatical questions
A game, which consisted in repeating verses, and as one person finished, another person had to commence at once, repeating another verse, beginning with the same letter with which the last speaker's verse ended, whoever failed to repeat was considered to have lost, and to be subject to pay a forfeit or stake of some kind
The art of mimicry or imitation
Reading, including chanting and intoning
Study of sentences difficult to pronounce. It is played as a game chiefly by women, and children and consists of a difficult sentence being given, and when repeated quickly, the words are often transposed or badly pronounced
Practice with sword, single stick, quarter staff and bow and arrow
Drawing inferences, reasoning or inferring
Carpentry, or the work of a carpenter
Architecture, or the art of building
Knowledge about gold and silver coins, and jewels and gems
Chemistry and mineralogy
Colouring jewels, gems and beads
Knowledge of mines and quarries
Gardening; knowledge of treating the diseases of trees and plants, of nourishing them, and determining their ages
Art of cock fighting, quail fighting and ram fighting
Art of teaching parrots and starlings to speak
Art of applying perfumed ointments to the body, and of dressing the hair with unguents and perfumes and braiding it
The art of understanding writing in cypher, and the writing of words in a peculiar way
The art of speaking by changing the forms of words. It is of various kinds. Some speak by changing the beginning and end of words, others by adding unnecessary letters between every syllable of a word, and so on
Knowledge of language and of the vernacular dialects
Art of making flower carriages
Art of framing mystical diagrams, of addressing spells and charms, and binding armlets
Mental exercises, such as completing stanzas or verses on receiving a part of them; or supplying one, two or three lines when the remaining lines are given indiscriminately from different verses, so as to make the whole an entire verse with regard to its meaning; or arranging the words of a verse written irregularly by separating the vowels from the consonants, or leaving them out altogether; or putting into verse or prose sentences represented by signs or symbols. There are many other such exercises.
Composing poems
Knowledge of dictionaries and vocabularies
Knowledge of ways of changing and disguising the appearance of persons
Knowledge of the art of changing the appearance of things, such as making cotton to appear as silk, coarse and common things to appear as fine and good
Various ways of gambling
Art of obtaining possession of the property of others by means of muntras or incantations
Skill in youthful sports
Knowledge of the rules of society, and of how to pay respect and compliments to others
Knowledge of the art of war, of arms, of armies, etc.
Knowledge of gymnastics
Art of knowing the character of a man from his features
Knowledge of scanning or constructing verses
Arithmetical recreations
Making artificial flowers
Making figures and images in clay

MoJoRiSin 09-29-2015 11:53 AM

"someone has to make the matches!"
~Houda (Fiddler on the Roof)

MoJoRiSin 09-29-2015 12:09 PM

this one is hard to explain
but the person who penned
the lyrics
he can't explain it
to others

in other words
the person who dreamed
up the idea for the movie

can laugh in a certain way

at his own Self

think Marcus Bales or Shakespeare

I promise you'll be happy,
And even if you're not,
There's more to life than that---
Don't ask me what.

Read more: Soundtrack Artists - Matchmaker Lyrics | MetroLyrics

MoJoRiSin 10-01-2015 08:46 PM

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The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing. Beware the barrenness of a busy life. By all means, marry. If you get a good wife, you'll become happy; if you get a bad one, you'll become a philosopher.
~all of these^ are by Socrates

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*(supposedly he was an influencer of Aristotle)*
this is my daily decipher for you guys
:) :) :)

MoJoRiSin 10-03-2015 11:44 AM

d.d. (Saturday October 3, 2015)

hypothetical post two unrelated thing thread

add in the movie "The Razor's Edge" 1946 and 1984 PLUS read the

(Thanks be unto you Trisherina)

MoJoRiSin 11-09-2015 11:25 AM

hypothetical post two unrelated things thread
i miss you guys
in the Upanishads it states that
The highest class of people
are not influenced by others
that made me think of
that great owl photo
then i heard on the Christina
radio station
that we are sending thousands
of those baby carriers
(where you strap the baby to ones-self)
to the displaced people who have to walk
long distances ???
??curiosity killed the cat??
please help me out here everyone
Love you so much
So very much

MoJoRiSin 11-10-2015 12:13 PM

when the baby cries
we pick the baby up and try to
I have heard that when a baby is carried
papoose style that when the baby
cries the (American Indigenous) Mother would hang him on a tree until it
two words are coming to mind:
•war cry•
this is sort of a hypothetical blah blah blah
we have to go somewhere with it shirley

MoJoRiSin 12-11-2015 11:01 PM

let's write something together
(or however you spell it!)

MoJoRiSin 01-17-2016 11:03 PM

i have learned my lesson
i will not speak over
at the breakfast table
ever again

MoJoRiSin 01-25-2016 10:31 PM

Brightpearl .... we are close !!!

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