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Siu Blue Wind 11-09-09 11:27 AM

All Quiet on the Western Front.
 
And it sure is nice, isn't it?

Nothing like that inner peaceful feeling.

Appreciate what you have, learn from others, give what you can of yourself, be good to yourself. Love others. Celebrate the little things. Bask in the glory of life.

Don't let ugliness get you down.

And gooooooooo with the flowwwwwww.

:)

redirekib 11-09-09 11:52 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXKq73fSQT0

skijor 11-09-09 11:53 AM

I couldn't resist :D
http://pix.motivatedphotos.com/2009/...-chainsaws.jpg

Siu Blue Wind 11-09-09 12:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by redirekib (Post 10008992)

When you only have what little you do, take it and make the best use of it. Find your inner peace and it will be on YOUR western front.

Big_e 11-09-09 12:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind (Post 10008849)
And it sure is nice, isn't it?

Nothing like that inner peaceful feeling.

Appreciate what you have, learn from others, give what you can of yourself, be good to yourself. Love others. Celebrate the little things. Bask in the glory of life.

Don't let ugliness get you down.

And gooooooooo with the flowwwwwww.

:)

All you need now is a hot bubble bath with a nice bourbon and you'll be complete.

ms.gio 11-09-09 12:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind (Post 10008849)
And it sure is nice, isn't it?

Nothing like that inner peaceful feeling.

Appreciate what you have, learn from others, give what you can of yourself, be good to yourself. Love others. Celebrate the little things. Bask in the glory of life.

Don't let ugliness get you down.

And gooooooooo with the flowwwwwww.

:)

You know what, Siu... I've been pretty stressed due to being so very busy with school but I'm going to remember these words for a while. I need to stop every once and a while and appreciate what I have and "smell the roses", you know?

Thanks for posting this.

gitarzan 11-09-09 12:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big_e (Post 10009097)
All you need now is a hot bubble bath with a nice bourbon and you'll be complete.

Don't forget the oxycodons!

Siu Blue Wind 11-09-09 12:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ms.gio (Post 10009106)
You know what, Siu... I've been pretty stressed due to being so very busy with school but I'm going to remember these words for a while. I need to stop every once and a while and appreciate what I have and "smell the roses", you know?

Thanks for posting this.

I always love to share...:)

Ms gio, I've taken this attitude seriously for a while now and thinking back into the past I have realized all of the wasted energy I have spent on the negative. Although there are times of frustration, it will quickly leave with the realization that it is non productive. I've found that in time, all of our rewards will come to us if we are patient, are truly honest with ourselves and live life in peace and with understanding and compassion towards others. Doing your best with what you have and what you know is right without selfishness is what I found was key.

Shadiyah 11-09-09 12:41 PM

Thanks for this, Siu! I forget sometimes, of how rewarding it can be just to stop for a moment to just breathe and be. We all need a reminder at times.

crtreedude 11-09-09 03:02 PM

But Siu, I thought you have been helping out in P & R. Where is this Western Front you speak of?!

Big_e 11-09-09 03:49 PM

Yeah, you're right Siu. I grabbed my uke and went to the park and sat by pond. It is nice to go someplace quiet and just reflect on where you've been, where you are and where you're going.
Status: All Quiet on the western front...

http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...Picture083.jpg
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...Picture089.jpg

Chacal 11-09-09 05:11 PM

this was me last night...i had much good to reflect on, some sadness in there too, but it's all good....all part of the life experience.

It felt good.

steve0257 11-09-09 05:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by skijor (Post 10008997)

From "The Rats, The Bats, and The Ugly"

Maybe the average young girl didn't speak of chainsaws in the same way, but Virginia felt that that was their loss. As fashion accessories they had the edge on nearly anything else, when it came to getting you a lot of attention. And respect.

Siu Blue Wind 11-10-09 01:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big_e (Post 10010488)
Yeah, you're right Siu. I grabbed my uke and went to the park and sat by pond. It is nice to go someplace quiet and just reflect on where you've been, where you are and where you're going.
Status: All Quiet on the western front...

http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...Picture083.jpg
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b3...Picture089.jpg

That's awesome, E. Isn't really nice? Peaceful isn't it? :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chacal (Post 10010928)
this was me last night...i had much good to reflect on, some sadness in there too, but it's all good....all part of the life experience.

It felt good.


And sometimes we need that balance. Puts us at our base again. :thumb:

Rowan 11-10-09 03:13 AM

Siu, Machka and I were talking about administrators tonight, and how there has been a succession of them, some female who didn't exactly leave a good impresson or just couldn't handle the pressure.

We agreed that you would be a stayer simply because you have and express this sort of approach to things.

Well done.

patentcad 11-10-09 04:37 AM

F the flow.

Dannihilator 11-10-09 10:15 AM

I like the flow.

ModoVincere 11-10-09 10:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by patentcad (Post 10013439)
F the flow.

I usually do.

patentcad 11-10-09 10:26 AM

F the Western Front.


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