“Mountains should be climbed with as little effort as possible and without desire. The reality of your own nature should determine the speed. If you become restless, speed up. If you become winded, slow down. You climb the mountain in an equilibrium between restlessness and exhaustion"”
Robert Pirsig

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-01-29

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  • @JihadiJew I would ask the "temperate" rabbi what is the seed in HIS system of faith that grew and evolved into an orthodox perversion #
  • @JihadiJew No offense meant at all. I believe that extreme expressions are manifestations of subtle seeds #
  • @JihadiJew I believe that religion is general, Judaism included (I got a good taste of it) sows fields of destructive seeds #
  • @JihadiJew so I fin it somewhat hypocritical when a rabbi (not u, the 1 who wrote the article) comments on extreme orthodox behavior #
  • @JihadiJew when you pee into the wind you shouldn't be surprised to find that you've wet yourself #
  • @JihadiJew in the end … I think that article was a cheap shot by a religious man trying to show that religion can be forward thinking #
  • @JihadiJew & forward thinking can move forward much better without looking back for justifications & confirmations in religious texts #
  • @JihadiJew religion has had its time and filled its role and now its time to move on #
  • building an #Earthship in a cold climate – STOP NOW !!! and get acquainted with Passive Annual Heat Storage: http://t.co/G946aRZn #
  • @raymondpirouz yuppie bullshit … won't work … but will definitely sell lots of green plastic 🙂 #
  • every time I encounter the word "coaching" I get a creepy feeling that something destructive is going to happen #
  • if, say, all lawyers were to be killed by drowning, I would want to see coaches tied to them as weights #
  • @raymondpirouz so many (too many?) things fall to comfortably under that statement 🙂 #
  • @raymondpirouz interesting to see China closed off to western capital and its consequences #
  • @raymondpirouz indeed … so far it has done a crude job of it … here's to a future of sustainable comfort 🙂 #
  • a day of numbers in the village: http://t.co/AQSVzYK4 #romania #
  • @raymondpirouz some thoughts on comfort http://t.co/wxNCMdmQ what do Apple's exploits in China and Romanian peasants have in common? #
  • yesterday I finally did the electric wiring for bed-side sockets, now I have a place to plugin my metronome – 1 step closer to pranayama 🙂 #

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