Thursday, November 30, 2006

Ahhh! Now what happened on Wednesday?? Hmmm?

Yesterday I discovered blogging.!!! haha ..yes i know everyone ..i am a lil slow at might say i am technologically challenged....So I thought this was a really cool neat place to do some diary action right?? peer into my life a bit?? It is quite interesting i do promise...Well I just celebrated a birthday...November 28th.. good ole 34 is a sad day..for once i wish someone would just surprise me with cake and presents...LOL>... Nope didnt happen drank all my champagne and cried my eyes out. I did get one phone call though. My bestest friend Liane ..bless her heart for putting up with me for 8 yrs...haha..she loves me i know:)) I hope she knows how much i appreciate her...I dunno what happened to all the men who promised me so many lavish gifts for my birthday...stupid anyone back up their words out there besides me?? What's wrong with all you people?? hehe...No use crying over spilt milk tommorrow is a new day! ...well i do have some great news..I love to give ...I got an email from Progress Energy are electric company .. they sent me an email about donating some money every month to help those who cant pay their bill...well since reading the book A Happy Pocketfull of Money I was delighted to do so...I love to give now...wish i had more to give...all i thought was i gotta make more money so i can give more..God it feels great!... I was happy this morn i wake up and made 38 bucks off my store..hehe Now that is how u make them bucks...via sleeping right??first sale i have made..Hey this giving stuff works...You get back way more than you give...sorta like a karmic reward.. Well thats it for now i guess...I'll be posting about today later on tonite i ya all

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

You may not realize it, but it's 100% true.....

1. There are at least two people in this world that you would die for.
2. At least 15 people in this world love you in some way.
3. The only reason anyone would ever hate you is because they want to be just like you.
4. A smile from you can bring happiness to anyone, even if they don't like you.
5. Every night, SOMEONE thinks about you before they go to sleep.
6. You mean the world to someone.
7. You are special and unique.
8. Someone that you don't even know exists, loves you.
9. When you make the biggest mistake ever, something good comes from it.
10. When you think the world has turned its back on you, take a look back.
11. Always remember the compliments you received. Forget about the rude remarks.
So... "When life hands you lemons, ask for tequila and salt".
Learn as if you were going to live forever. Live as if you were going to die tommorrow.
-Mahatma Gandhi


I am grateful for me. There is so much to discover about life, and about myself. I am excited about the great adventures of harnessing the forces of the Universe and releasing the Divine Potential of mankind. It is the greatest show on earth, and I wouldn't miss it for the world.
I am grateful for the ability to give thanks, to see the good in people and the transcendent implication of all things. As Shakespeare puts it, " To find toungues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in the stones, and good in everything."
I am grateful for every mistake I have made, for every mis-cue or bad decision has added to my knowledge of myself and my understanding of other people. And I am grateful to know that in Truth there are no mistakes, for every experience is part of the process of my unfoldment. I name them good....and walk on.
I am grateful for all my seeming failures. Through all the apparent dead-end streets and goals not reached, I have learned humility, and a deeper understanding of others and how I can help them. I know that the only failure is never to have tried, or to give up in the face of temporary reverses. I take the good and leave the rest in all experiences....and confidently walk on.
I am grateful for fleeting feelings of inferiority, for I know that they have been a driving force in my life. Sometimes these feelings have been almost beyond my ability to bear. But I am grateful that, whenever I feel insufficient, I am driven to work a little harder, to dig a little deeper, to keep on a little longer. And I pray that I may know that these feelings of inferiority have nothing to do with my real potential, but everything to do with the reach of my soul.
I am grateful for the deep longing that I feel within myself, though I rarely know what it is that I am longing for. Even though it keeps me restless and hungry and discontent, I know it is a Divine Discontent. I know that it is this longing that keeps me going in my quest for Truth. And...
I am grateful for that fleeting glimpse, in times of prayer, of the person I can be. And I commit myself to acknowledge that which my heart instinctively knows: this person I can be is really the person I now am.

A look into the mind of a junior pharmacist:)

when I was working in the city I met a kid who was in pharmacy school, we talked and here is what he said to me.Yaaa mann, i'm gonna be a pharmacists technician, he said.why do you want to sell pills I asked him.he replied: mann, all these dumb fat stuuupid wedda's (slang for whites), they are sooooo stuuupedo man, they are fat and they ARE SOOO STUPEEEDO, they do not know food is medicine and they buy all these pills that kill them because they are soooo stuuupedo, then he laughed.why do you want to poison and kill fat wedda's, I asked him.he said: because, with a pharmacy technicians degree I can keeeeelll (kill) these stupeeedo and fat wedda's with pills because the wedda's do not know how to eat or keep themselves healthy with food and natural medicine, they are soooo stuuuupeeeedoo and dumb they buy pills from the pharmacist, and he doubled over laughing.what do you eat if you get sick I asked him.he said, my grandmother makes us leaf teas and we know what foods to eat and not to eat and we wrap certain leaves around an injured area, and it is all for free, from nature. but the wedda's, they are sooo dumb and stuuupppeedo, they do not know nothing and they eat pills that keeeelll (kill) them. Then he added: man, being a pharmacy technician is better then gangbanging as you get to "legally kill the stupid" wedda's and he laughed hysterically.just thought I would share this insightful chat I had with a pharmacy clerk that will soon be peddling poison pills, misinformation and disinformation to the miseducated in your area.I had a similar conversation years prior with a russian pharmacist who said he and his 5 uncles all "got pharmacy degrees and opened pharmacies in italian areas so that they could "kill" (poison) the italian kids, "jungle kids" is what he called italians, and poison them with pills and carcinogenic dyes and sugar called sodie pop" sold at the pharmacies he and his 5 uncles owned and ran. I asked this pharmacist, who was also an atty for a state pharmacutical board, why did he want to poison italians and his answer was, because they are violent stupid jungle kids/animals that attacked him every week when he went to hebrew lessons after school. sadMotives are easy to see and discern if you simply ask people who they are and why they do what they do, often if you let them talk long enough others will just tell you who they are. politicians and experienced liars are different, they learned to keep thier mouths shut from experience and to keep thier ulterior motives and murderous agendas quiet, politicians learned to keep quiet about thier ulterior motives by experiencing others reactions to what came out thier mouths when they spoke of thier real motives, they learned if they spoke thier real ulterior motives, intentions, people reacted badly to them. so they keep quiet about thier real motives.. or lie about them.the wisdom of a to hide itselfwhat better way to hide poisonings and murder then behind a 'we care con' front? More people have been murdered in 'we care cons', well poisonings and food poisoning and we care poisoners cons, then in all world wars combined.