Opulent Lotuses Beset Bluejeans

imd23:

My 3 life-design- questions.
For those like me who are always updated to the lastest news and trends in tech and art, you might feel a data overflow. Daily.
And this is how I feel now. I love it, but it’s dangerous. Anymore there is a limit on information. It’s part of history. So we should constantly watch out.
Sometime I feel the necessity to stop and say to my self: hey, just listen to your self. This is why listening to my self, well influenced by Steve Jobs and Jony (oops), I’ve carefully chosen and rewritten my 3 top questions.
They represent me. My beliefs. And, most important, they help me to improve.
I ask them in everything I feel it’s worth. 
Hope you share them.
ton.

Why is this this way and not that way?
Is this good enough?
Do we really share a clear common motive or vision?

imd23:

My 3 life-design- questions.

For those like me who are always updated to the lastest news and trends in tech and art, you might feel a data overflow. Daily.

And this is how I feel now. I love it, but it’s dangerous. Anymore there is a limit on information. It’s part of history. So we should constantly watch out.

Sometime I feel the necessity to stop and say to my self: hey, just listen to your self. This is why listening to my self, well influenced by Steve Jobs and Jony (oops), I’ve carefully chosen and rewritten my 3 top questions.

They represent me. My beliefs. And, most important, they help me to improve.

I ask them in everything I feel it’s worth. 

Hope you share them.

ton.

Why is this this way and not that way?

Is this good enough?

Do we really share a clear common motive or vision?

(Source: imlangosta)

ellobelle:

I love my iPhone. Seriously I can run the world with it!

Indeed.

altremis:

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altremis:

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2013 - zen mind and inner peace

Life is good.

2013 is going to be amazing. I have found such peace in the last vestiges of 2012. Inner turmoil regarding life outside in the world and at home has ceased. I am okay with my surroundings even though they may not be perfect.
Creative influences are all around me and not just that ever grinding logical mind questing for knowledge and fact. I have found the joy of music and art again like it never went away. It likely didn’t, I just was not in the mind frame to tend to it. The part of me that I long ago said goodbye to and buried is new again and better than ever.
My mind is always inspired and not bogged down by the desire to be.

Sitting and listening to the silence and drizzle on this early Sunday morning, I am at rest and I can take it all in and just..be. I have love, I have life, I have all I need.

Connecting with the one who has shown me true beauty in life and helped me achieve this inner peace. I am at ease and grateful for his presence in my world. Thank you for your precious gifts.

“What separates Zen Buddhism from other systems of “revolution,” let’s say, is that Zen Buddhism focuses on that “moment.” It focuses on that instant realization of “a-ha” — they just skip all the other parts, they’re like, “We’re going to go straight to the dot. We’re going to abolish all desire, you know, abolish the whole process, and just work with trying to attain to the moment of being in the now.” Because once you’re in the now, it’s like a self-healing process. The now sort of heals everything else. I don’t know how it works, but once you’ve entered that void, it’s like the cycle just reverses upon itself, it starts acting differently. It’s a lot more pleasurable, obviously, it’s a lot more fulfilling. You know, it’s like what the Buddhists say — it’s contentment. You don’t want anything, you don’t need anything, you’re good.”
— Neven Paar (via xezene)
“You must learn to live in the present, not in the future or the past. Zen teaches that life must be seized at the moment. By living in the present you are in full contact with yourself and your environment, your energy is not dissipated and is always available. In the present there are no regrets as there are in the past. By thinking of the future, you dilute the present. The time to live is now. As long as what you are doing at the moment is exactly what you are doing at that moment and nothing else, you are one with yourself and with what you are doing - and that is Zen; while doing something you are doing it at the fullest.”
— Joe Hayams (via freshvibess)
Pimpin’ da Apple shirt. One love.

Pimpin’ da Apple shirt. One love.