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Days 154 & 155 "Lots of interviews"

The last few days have been extremely busy for me and I haven’t been able to get anything posted!  I was in Casper, Wyoming for a college summer league game where I met Aaron and April McCreight the owners of the Cutthroats who are doing a fantastic job operating their team in the Mountain Collegiate Baseball League, which is a fledgling summer collegiate baseball league which currently has four teams, two in Colorado and two in Wyoming, next year the hope is to expand to six teams.   546 more words

Baseball

Thoughts of a Homeless Man

This was re-posted here from a blog entitled Hermit’s Thatch. I was unable to find a link with which to ask permission before posting it here, but I hope that the author, Meng-hu, won’t mind me sharing it with a few more people. 1,171 more words

Posts

Life is Short? Okay.

Benjamin Franklin lived to be 84. Most of us would say he had a long life–until we stop to think about how long eternity is. Eternity is hard to imagine, I admit, not to mention it’s impossible to calculate something that has no beginning or end. 730 more words

Many faces of Buddha

Buddha has many different looks. Here’s a selection from London, Hong Kong and Hangzhou in  China, each one beautiful in its own right..

And finally, a figure that is making an offering to Buddha.

Culture

Buddha is feeling blue

 

Eternity, truth, devotion, faith, purity, chastity, peace, spiritual and intellectual life – these are some of the associations that appear in many different cultures. All express a general feeling that  38 more words

Handmade

Boho Chic

I love Mother Earth. When I’m having a bad day I dig my toes in the ground, smell the flowers, and listen to the birds happily singing. 85 more words

Beauty