The Dharma of the Mindful Now

Thinking and “feeling” from my heart ideas and concepts about Buddhist ideas (such as Dharma, plus the Zen conception of “the Now,” or “Present time”) depression, God, success, failure and all about my life and ideas.
Hopefully we give you some really good music here, too. When I wrote this I was thinking in a Buddhist perspective as it applies to one’s mindset and ethics (even while
having strong faith as a Christian.) This is a really personal article, (but maybe some pretty lady might like it). I wish some hot intelligence lady might read it and send me an email: Paul sailingtokansas@gmail.com. Read More …

Understanding the Power of the Law of Attraction

One of the golden rules of the Law of Attraction is to focus on what you want, not consider much at all what you don’t want, a sort of positivism. Also, envision and contribute to building a better world: (practice the ethic of contribution). As Joel Osteen has said, “You don’t get success and then get happy, you get happy and then get success.” Read More …

The Ten Commandments of Buddhism

Understanding comparative religion from a Christian point of view: If true knowledge and understanding are enhanced by reviewing significant truths from other religions, can our Christian faith be harmed? Won’t we only gain by exposure to other world religions and philosophical views? Here we have a quick look at Buddhist truths from southeast Asia, and provide a few resources (links). Read More …

Escaping the Straight Jacket of Society’s Logical Slavery

The Daily Walk with Love This is about changing yourself into a more mutually aware person, less egotistical and more in touch with what yoga called the Self, with a capital “S.” The higher “Self” that is a shared One-ness where we are more mindfully aware and more free, too. Escape the logical straight-jacket of Read More …