Thursday, December 3, 2009

tigers in our midst









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tigers in our midst

by c. ougars and d. oggs

cougars on our path
tigers in our midst
world of simple math, a simple world of that and this
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* obviously... it's all obvious.

* but even then, the businesses of others are (really) none of our business.

* when we "
confess the sins" of another, there's a good chance that we've got something (of ourselves) that we're hoping to hide, hide, hide.

* be(a)ware of the media/relative/co-worker/self who is willing to confess the sins of others.

* it is
painfully obvious that those who are most ready to confess the sins (of others) to you... will be most ready to confess the sins (of you) to others. ..ouch.

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be(a)ware... of those who discredit others.

* maybe we can live amongst the tigers and cougars, allowing them to Be as they allow us to Be.

* maybe we can give some thought to our own "transgressions," and focus on keeping our own backyard clean.

* maybe...
relativity is addicted and attached to drama.

today -- is the first day of the rest of y/our life, here.

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* wood-burnt art "cougar" by mike dunn (given as a gift to brian martineau, 11-28-2009)

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