Monday, July 13, 2009

No complaints

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Shalom friends. Just to clarify--in yesterday's post I just meant to state the facts about my summer season in Israel, as requested by Robin's meme.
Didn't mean it to come across as complaining.

No, really: no whining, no kvetching.
I am perfectly happy right where I am, in the place just right.

But, just for a laugh, this is a good opportunity to share a favorite Zen cartoon. LOL!
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10 comments:

RuneE said...

I must be a participant in that class...

Steve Ballmer said...

Wonderful blog you have here! Shaloam

Turquoise Diaries said...

Israel is on my travel wish list for such a long time. Although we are not that far somehow I couldnt make it. Your blog give me the inspiration to push it.

Jew Wishes said...

LOL, I love the cartoon! :)

By all means...suggest for my reading list.

Enjoy the rest of your day.

mire said...

I love it but I don't think you should be allowed to ask questions during the meditation ha ha ha and it would have been better if she had kept her mouth shut. ha ha.

and it is good to complain.You may get a whole list of people that invite you to their swimming pool.Come and swim in Canada Dina. I am inviting you ... see...

Thanks for sharing that historical building in the next post.

Dina said...

Rune, can you sit lotus? :-)

Steve, shalom and welcome!

Turquoise Diaries, yes, come, come! There are so many flights now from Turkey. Let me know when!

Jew Wishes, good. You would like my Rabbi's book, _Hineni, Here I Am,_ by Rabbi Herman Schaalman, c.2007.
A new theology.

Mire, funny funny! Is your Canadian water not cold in those pools? :)

mire said...

No the temperature of the water in the pools can be regulated but the lake swims are the best.
come to Canada Dina for a beautiful swim.

shalom good day.

spacedlaw said...

Funny cartoon.
By the by, complaining is admissible (it is YOUR blog after all so, by all mean, whine, bitch and moan as much as you need to) even if you weren't.

Pietro said...

Funny sketch! :-)

Reader Wil said...

Ha, ha ... That must have been a Dutch woman!!!