Thursday, June 11, 2009

Cheeky purses made to resemble under pants

Pants PursesThey are available in 4 super cutesy designs: Hearts, Rainbows, Cherries or Strawberries. Carry one of these purses is a sure way to get your more than just attention. Is it Japanese?

Pants Purses via Foolish Gadgets

A short video of how tribe can be form

Seth Godin says on his blog,

“..before the first minute mark. That's when guy #3 joins the group. Before him, it was just a crazy dancing guy and then maybe one other crazy guy. But it's guy #3 who made it a movement.”

What inspires you?

Guy #3

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

There is no new wisdom, only refined one.

The Unknown Life of JesusForumer ellyvia at community says,

“Jesus travelled to India, started preaching there, and finally arrived in Tibet. He spent a few years there living with Buddhist monks and studied Buddhism. At the age of 29, He came back to His hometown. This explains why the people in His hometown didn't recognized Him when He arrived.” Link.

Finally someone discuss what I have read 10 years ago. It would be a heresy to even mention this, hmm, some time back. Ah, it is still heresy. But let bygones be bygones, we focus in the future.

Book I read, don’t know when - Nicolas Notovitch’s The Unknown Life of Jesus: The Original Text of Nicolas Notovich's 1887 Discovery (Paperback)

HowTo: DIY Kissing Beads

DIY kissing beads puzzleToday at Wiki HowTo, a simple DIY puzzle with strings, T-strap and beads, which I like very much. We see less and less DIY toys nowsaday.

How to Make a Puzzle from a Metal T Strap

Philosophical post, Vinegar Taster, thoughts and rants

Vinegar TasterCome across a post which makes me rethink about Philosophy and Humanity. Jack Lilly of Druid Journal comment about Vinegar Taster (三酸图),

"often wondered what Jesus would be doing in this painting. Would he scowl in anger, as he did at the money-changers in his father’s temple? Would he react with indifference, as when he callously said “You’ll always have the poor, you won’t always have me”? Or would he smile, as when … hmmm… did he ever smile? … "

Did he ever smile..? Can you imagine a man who knew he is about to accomplish the greatest task in humanity history, don’t smile? I am quite intrigue with such kind of thinking, and revisiting historical event.

Read more about Vinegar Taster on Wiki here. Read some thoughts here. Visit The Four Vinegar Tasters: Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Christianity.

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

The Fast, Comic on 7 days of food deprivation

7-day-fast comicOk, the real 7-day-fast is living on plain water, that’s right, not even milk or fruit juice for 24X7. But these streams of cartoon can bring back many fun, and not so fun memories. I like this one.

The Fast – By Lucy Knisley