Monthly Archives: July 2011

Oh, Tumblr

You are a fantastic source of armchair wisdom: Don’t expect things to happen. It’s better to be surprised than disappointed. So true. (I’m getting better. This was also a case of callingmommightnothelpitis, an inflammation of the frustration organ, exacerbated by … Continue reading

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Disappointment

Also known as: don’t ask for something unless you’re prepared to get it. Now that it’s all said and done, I feel like I can talk about it without jinxing anything (not that I was going to jinx things, but … Continue reading

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East + West

The only thing that I really really miss about my Christian upbringing is the music (my dad played it constantly at home). So I was really really happy to have found this: All the things I like about Hindu devotional … Continue reading

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More awesome from Tumblr

Two hands working can do more than a thousand clasped in prayer. Action is, of course, more productive than inaction. But selfless action paired with devotion to the Lord, is the greatest service we can perform: seva. From vanithesingh.

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Just go with it.

Firstly, this article from Vimoh’s blog. It’s a really interesting academic look at actively proselytizing, monotheistic religions vs. non-proselytizing, henotheistic religions. It also talks about the future of the first category, and how it needs to move closer to the … Continue reading

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My ego

I jokingly tell people that I keep a blog because of the ego boost. Then I started thinking about this blog, and felt a little weird about that. Think about it for a second – blog about conquering the ego, … Continue reading

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Good stuff on Tumblr

So that you don’t get the idea that every Tumblr is full of grumpy people, here are a couple of fabulous, open-minded folk, who make my day significantly brighter: If Hundreds of Suns Were to Raise in the Sky (best. … Continue reading

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