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The only good thing about owning a gun and not using it, is that it stops some other person owning it - and using it.
Other than that, I think they're frankly a testimony to how many victims each gun might have created.
"A toast to the weapons of War: May they Rust in Peace."
I'm not the pheasant plucker
I'm the pheasant plucker's mate,
And I'm only plucking pheasant
'cos the pheasant plucker's late....
(You do know, don't you, how HAL was named...? He was one Byte removed from IBM.... )
lobster, I'm willing to try out new and different things. I dont think there is any kind of meditation I cant do. Im just starting off tho so i dont know many types of meditations. Yes I am a college student but i have the mornings free if that helps
Remember that Buddhism is not something you incorporate into your Life.
Buddhism - IS Life. Every moment, whether during a free morning, or at college, is a moment ripe with practice. You can meditate in a busy dining hall just as much as you could sitting in the sunshine, under a tree. It's a question of stilling that Monkey Mind and focusing on that mental silence which is both nourishing and calming.
Buddhism is something that adopts you. You don't adopt it....