Thursday, July 14, 2011

Full Moon on deck Tomorrow July 15 - Change

representing change beginning 4 days in and 4 days out

for me (a leo)

The full moon of July 15 is not an eclipse, just a regular, normal full moon. It will help you find closure to a work-related project. 

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Jose Baez

.....He cracked the mold.......

Post Trial Book one of the prosecutors takes direct aim at Anthony's defense attorneys, specifically Jose Baez, whom he says he genuinely dislikes. He said Baez was careless with the facts, unmindful of deadlines and encouraged Anthony to be uncooperative with detectives searching for her daughter.
"There is an unearned air of arrogance about the man that is incredibly frustrating to witness," Ashton writes. "The word I used in describing Jose is smarmy: somebody who is slick, underhanded and doesn't shoot straight."

He's talking about the Attorney who won the Trial of Casey Anthony who was accused of murdering her child (which she probably did) Aggressive Prosecutors - Have Excessive egos in front of a camera, in a courtroom and in the "Limelight" - many people lose when self-serving - and they deserve to lose.  Justice was not done here because of The State's Attorneys.

Jose Baez is not "smarmy" He is a "Smarty" one unknown lawyer took on a full bench of Prosecutors backed up by an army of investigators and beat them.  

Sunday, July 10, 2011

In my series of easing up your life

Learning how to say no

Think in simple terms why you don't want to say yes - in saying no - don't criticize the receptor of your "NO."

Offer an alternative - if that might change things

Guilt should not be a consideration in not saying no

Release yourself from any unwanted obligation - the quicker the better.

"No" is a reply to a request - Just say NO! without personality or justification - and be honest... no excuses - "sorry" is an excuse!

always please yourself first.  Will you be criticized..., lose a friend?
criticized yes (who cares) ... lose a friend no! Lose someone other than a friend - who cares?

WW season late - Snow still above ID. Rivers

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Drugs and the Meaning of Life

"I have a daughter who will one day take drugs. Of course, I will do everything in my power to see that she chooses her drugs wisely, but a life without drugs is neither foreseeable, nor, I think, desirable. Someday, I hope she enjoys a morning cup of tea or coffee as much as I do. If my daughter drinks alcohol as an adult, as she probably will, I will encourage her to do it safely. If she chooses to smoke marijuana, I will urge moderation. Tobacco should be shunned, of course, and I will do everything within the bounds of decent parenting to steer her away from it. Needless to say, if I knew my daughter would eventually develop a fondness for methamphetamine or crack cocaine, I might never sleep again. But if she does not try a psychedelic like psilocybin or LSD at least once in her adult life, I will worry that she may have missed one of the most important rites of passage a human being can experience."

The full article can be found at:
Thanks - from The Chairman - MaoXian - Beijing

I dedicate this post to My children and their mother who understand the importance to this "Rite of Passage". To my brother and his family who might have questioned my values.  To My very close friend over the years - who shared this adventure... and to my parents who tolerated me. (that makes 10 people 8 of which are receiving this post)  I couldn't have said it any better.