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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

special affects

What you say and do, no matter how inconsequential, can, at times, carry much weight; not only for you, but for those around you, and, in some way, even the universe. No matter what you call it there is no denying the physics of ripples.

Think about it the next time you throw your stone into the pond.

4 comments:

  1. hiya Miller
    I like your style your reading Buddist books aren't you hey I think I'm gonna add you to my blog K?
    ta
    harleyblues christina

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  2. There you go making me think again. I'll have to adjust my pissy attitude about school today.

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  3. I agree and I also think we put far too much weight on negative comments. Think about the impact that you can have by being compassionate toward others. I can't tell you how many times a complete or near stranger has made my day by saying something kind.

    Also, have you ever noticed that many people say the harshest things to the people they are closest to? I think it's a matter of comfort, but people should really try to practice kindness at home first.

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  4. Chaos Theory in the Dictionary.

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