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Twilight Hue
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Jul 11, 1965 (Age: 55)
New York
The Zen art of Trucking

Twilight Hue

The gentle embrace of twilight has become my guide, Male, 55, from New York

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    1. DreadFish
      Yeah, I remember that thread. I can also relate because, as I mentioned in that thread, I am a delivery driver, so I have repetitive motions, stress during busy hours and the need for awareness and smooth movements. It has the potential to be both the best and the worst depending on my current condition. When I am feeling not-so-good I just start thinking about how annoying everything is or how much my body hurts.

      It seems that some of the strongest practice circumstances are double-edged swords and one has to be in the right mindset for them to be beneficial.
    2. DreadFish
      Well im very glad it helped. I dont think riding the basics is any less beneficial, it avoids the danger of intellectualizing things (which I have fallen into recently).

      Yeah, let us know whats up when you leave. I hope your trucking goes well, its probably a good profession for practicing zen :D
    3. DreadFish
      Thank you, that means a lot. It's nice to hear that what I post actually helps. I have genuinely enjoyed your friendship and having you in the community, and I will miss having you around. I wish you the best in your practice and whatever you do ^_^)

      You're always welcome back, should you ever feel inclined to come back.
    4. MysticSang'ha
      Awww, thank you so much, NM! You will certainly be missed, no doubt. If you do find yourself back on the internet for any reason other than RF, please find me on Facebook. Just message me if you want the link to my account. Big Squishy Hugs to you too! :hugehug:
    5. dyanaprajna2011
      Now why does that make me feel like I'm stuck in an Eagles song? :P But yeah, I'm getting to be a little more in and out lately, which is nice. I missed this place.
    6. dyanaprajna2011
      Hi. I hope you're doing well. I'm doing ok here. Hopefully I'll be back on soon.
    7. Caladan
      Thanks NM for the heads up, its taken care of.
    8. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the vegan troubling frubie!
    9. dyanaprajna2011
      Yeah, I've been away for awhile. I needed a break from the discussions. I'll probably be back more now, though.
    10. dyanaprajna2011
      Thanks. I like being here. And I love being Zen, if that makes any sense. I wouldn't give it up for the world.
    11. DreadFish
      Very nice, I like it :)
    12. DreadFish
      I am interested as to what your avatar is of, it's interesting for some reason :D
    13. Revoltingest
      Thanx for the frubie!
    14. The Sum of Awe
      The Sum of Awe
      Where have you been? I miss you!
    15. Vendetta
      That was a very good response to Just Me Mikes thread man. I feel the same way as you do.
    16. Civil Shephard
      Civil Shephard
      Hey Nowhere Man! I really appreciate your thoughful posts.
    17. zenzero
      Friend Nowhere Man,

      Happy New Year!!

      Love & rgds
    18. Just_me_Mike
      Thanks for the frubals!
    19. Kathryn
      Thank you, I am really proud of my children serving our country.
    20. Twilight Hue
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    Jul 11, 1965 (Age: 55)
    New York
    The Zen art of Trucking
    Philosophical Buddhism
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    The Heart Sutra is my home.

    The middle way is my walking stick.

    Yin and yang is my brother and sister.

    The Continuum is my soul.


    Monk Immaculate of the highest order of SCREAMING MONKEY ZEN. :monkey:

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