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The Smart Approach to Baby Rooms
The Smart Approach to Baby Rooms
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I can't credit myself for this, it is all Richards work, he really is an artist, I've never felt so at home somewhere, its never felt so personal and warm. He really is wonderful that way. So where do I begin.... A year. Wow almost a year since I have surfaced. No comments, no favorites, no adding. So today is the first day that I step back into reality. I was check the site today, started to add all the kind people that added me. It really started with Trashion I think thats the group, just interesting to see people recycle and be creative. Then after adding one by one and checking the endless updates from everyone I was really happy, the work is amazing. Its good to know it is still out there. Art is incredible that way, it reallly does live. So for me? My laptop crashed and still haven't had it fixed I got an ipod and I never thought that would happen, but it was a gift. Listening to 1960-70s African rock and Brasilian rock. Alot of other great music. Saw Stereolab I have tons of plants now, too many to count and I love them all immensely. I surivived Hurricane Ike but escaped to Austin for a bit. I think I may be Big Bird for Halloween. I love someone, really, a lot. He's good that way, interesting and funny. Just great. Wicked I should say Planning to go to NY. Got a job, been working out fine. Won an Artadia award, Houston 2008 Reading a lot more The internet a lot less We don't own TV, and I think its wonderful Cooking a lot better But I guess my biggest change was becoming pregnant. But an even bigger change was not being pregnant. Loosing my baby boy at almost 6 months was and is for me the most difficult thing I have been through, the hardest thing I have ever felt, I worst days of my life. I am completely sure of that. Most women keep this very secret, very personal and I can understand why. You somehow join this secret society only if it has happened to you. But I think I am a very open person in trying to understand myself, my feelings, I want to be helped, I want to learn, and I don't want to forget or pretend. I want to accept and grow. Yes my water broke. Yes I went through labor. I caught an infection that weaken the membrane that holds the baby and the amniotic fluid. My son was health. He was perfect but my body was not. It may seem odd to type or say this but its relieving. I never expected to type soo much. I guess its odd when so many people, friends, family, coworkers, they have no words, you are this odd awkward person, while everyone is treating you with kid gloves but acting like the world is fine. A bubble. Do you say? not say? joke? I can sympathize with them though. Its not easy being in that position esp when someone with hormones still in their body but no baby could break at any minute. I've cried, uncontrolably, wholeheartedly, clawed the wall and even sobbed myself to sleep. I dream of my baby and I ponder about our baby room that we painted. I am shy about being to personal though, esp with work. I have cried in more public restrooms than anyone I probably know. I have been so depressed some days. So angry on others but all while I walk through life, go to work and put on a big smile. Its broken my heart completely some days. You don't have scares, I wish I had a cast. A crying person that seems unhurt is weird to most people. But it is getting better. And so I really start today and hopefully you will hear more from me. I have painted but finished nothing. Just board after board of beginings. But I will post those anyway. I never cared to take pictures of my life but now I feel as if that would be nice, to have some memories. To have something. Pictures are important. I realized that when I got a photo of my sons little feet. Its all I have along with the imprints on a birth certificate. Its mine and I'll cherish that. Your a mother but not really. So you yearn for piece to be put together. No I have never been pregnant and no I have no other children. I really thank Richard for being there. He would have been an amazing father, I know that. When you go through things and survive, you are eterally grateful to the people that helped and loved you through it all. He is number one on those list of people. Thank you Richard, I love you. I have become close to a lot of people here, more than I can count. People who I admire, who inspire me, people who are kind enough to send hellos when I send nothing back. People who I look for updates everyday and tell others about in my daily conversation. I never thought the internet could be so very intimate. But it can be. I guess I am a bit of a Postsecrect addict now ( google it) and that gave me the jump start to instead of hold it all in or pretend its not there, to really understand myself, others and learn from life. Application is neccessary. So thats all for now and thank you for letting me open up and you don't have to say anything. Maybe its my own little therapy. I think I'll
'The Ideal Livingroom' 1981
'The Ideal Livingroom' 1981
A jotter sketch I done in 1981. I think this was an idea of a perfect 'modern' livingroom, check out the vintage tv, vcr, digital wall clock & 'music centre'. I must have drawn this before my Vic-20 as there's not a computer in sight! UK No. 1 single was The Police - "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" .....Number 2 was Laurie Anderson 'O Superman' Was also a couple of month's before the release of 'Don't You Want Me Baby' by the Human League / Martin Rushent.

modern baby rooms pictures
modern baby rooms pictures
Modern Buddhism - The Path of Compassion and Wisdom - Volume 1 Sutra
Introduction and Encouragement

This eBook Modern Buddhism – The Path of Compassion and Wisdom, in three volumes, is being distributed freely at the request of the author Geshe Kelsang Gyatso (the Kindle Store sets the minimum price at 99 cents and also additional taxes are added in many countries). The author says: “Through reading and practicing the instructions given in this book, people can solve their daily problems and maintain a happy mind all the time.” So that these benefits can pervade the whole world, Geshe Kelsang wishes to give this eBook freely to everyone.

We would like to request you to please respect this precious Dharma book, which functions to free living beings from suffering permanently. If you continually read and practice the advice in this book, eventually your problems caused by anger, attachment and ignorance will cease.

Volume 1 Sutra explains how to practise basic Buddhist compassion and wisdom in daily life. Covering topics such as What is Buddhism?, Buddhist Faith, The Preciousness of our Human Life, What does our Death Mean?, What is Karma?, The Four Noble Truths & Training in Love and Compassion, this volume shows how we can transform our lives, improve our relationships with others and look behind appearances to see the way things really are.

Please enjoy this special gift from Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, who dedicates: “May everyone who reads this book experience deep peace of mind, and accomplish the real meaning of human life.”

With best wishes,

Manuel Rivero-De Martine
Tharpa Publications, UK Tharpa Director
info@emodernbuddhism.com

About the Author

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso was ordained as a Buddhist monk in Tibet at the age of eight. He is a fully accomplished meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism. Living in the West since 1977, he is the author of 21 highly acclaimed books that reveal the entire Buddhist path to enlightenment, including Buddha’s Sutra and Tantra teachings. He has also founded over 1,100 Kadampa Meditation Centers and groups around the world.

Library Journal Review

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso “is a prolific and respected author,” according to Library Journal, and in Modern Buddhism, “he again presents the thought of the Buddha in an especially accessible manner.” Library Journal calls Gyatso’s 21st book “elegantly stated” and “a delight.”

Introduction and Encouragement

This eBook Modern Buddhism – The Path of Compassion and Wisdom, in three volumes, is being distributed freely at the request of the author Geshe Kelsang Gyatso (the Kindle Store sets the minimum price at 99 cents and also additional taxes are added in many countries). The author says: “Through reading and practicing the instructions given in this book, people can solve their daily problems and maintain a happy mind all the time.” So that these benefits can pervade the whole world, Geshe Kelsang wishes to give this eBook freely to everyone.

We would like to request you to please respect this precious Dharma book, which functions to free living beings from suffering permanently. If you continually read and practice the advice in this book, eventually your problems caused by anger, attachment and ignorance will cease.

Volume 1 Sutra explains how to practise basic Buddhist compassion and wisdom in daily life. Covering topics such as What is Buddhism?, Buddhist Faith, The Preciousness of our Human Life, What does our Death Mean?, What is Karma?, The Four Noble Truths & Training in Love and Compassion, this volume shows how we can transform our lives, improve our relationships with others and look behind appearances to see the way things really are.

Please enjoy this special gift from Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, who dedicates: “May everyone who reads this book experience deep peace of mind, and accomplish the real meaning of human life.”

With best wishes,

Manuel Rivero-De Martine
Tharpa Publications, UK Tharpa Director
info@emodernbuddhism.com

About the Author

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso was ordained as a Buddhist monk in Tibet at the age of eight. He is a fully accomplished meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism. Living in the West since 1977, he is the author of 21 highly acclaimed books that reveal the entire Buddhist path to enlightenment, including Buddha’s Sutra and Tantra teachings. He has also founded over 1,100 Kadampa Meditation Centers and groups around the world.

Library Journal Review

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso “is a prolific and respected author,” according to Library Journal, and in Modern Buddhism, “he again presents the thought of the Buddha in an especially accessible manner.” Library Journal calls Gyatso’s 21st book “elegantly stated” and “a delight.”

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