“A hunter that is worth his salt does not catch game because he sets his traps, or because he knows the hunting routines of his prey, but because he himself has no routines. This is his advantage. He is not at all like the animals he is after, fixed by heavy routines and predictable quirks; he is free, fluid, unpredictable.”
Carlos Castaneda

Journey to Ixtlan

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-04-17

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  • yesterday I finally got to see a beautiful, intimate and timeless Romanian countryside: http://bit.ly/fHSW4w #romania #
  • a beautiful cottage built using roundwood timber framing: http://bit.ly/gKOPRs #
  • @raymondpirouz it seems 2me that being mindful (thinking, talking, writing, teaching, explaining, etc.) about creativity is destructive 2 it #
  • once a week I get this update email from LinkedIn telling me about new connections people I know made with other people #
  • new people in my life are not on LinkedIn … that makes me happy … my life is heading in a new direction #
  • 2 half sleepless nights in a row … #
  • @raymondpirouz 🙂 “Getting drunk and picking up bar-ladies and writing metaphysics is a part of life.” Robert Pirsig http://bit.ly/ecCQmh #
  • @ecominimalnick Open Office is great IF you are open to an ecological relationship: embracing and appreciating what it can do #
  • this weekend we'll b travelling to the far south Romania (Constanta – near the ocean) where we plan to buy a car to drive all the way back! #
  • being vegeterian = much food-scraps when cooking, here in the city it's garbage, soon in the village it will be precious compost … yes! #
  • drinking milk cooked with tumeric, cardamon and honey … but this time trying it with creamy buffalo milk … that is one thick drink 🙂 #
  • when I was a kid avocado pits in water grew into new life, not so 2day – genetically modified = systemic discontinuity of propogating life #

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