¡We can no longer be a bunch of empty minds living in critical times refusing to recognize real lies!

Monday, 17 October 2011


I believe that in order to walk through grief, fear, loneliness, despair, confusion and anger without recourse to drugs, alcohol, over-eating, over-sexing, or the endless mind-numbing interruptions that the working world provides, one must become a spiritual warrior.

I further believe that the pay-off for enduring suffering, for soberly embracing the inevitable bouts of emotional pain that life brings, is wisdom and serenity in the face of calamity. But make no mistake here, I know that the path of the warrior is treacherous and cannot be walked alone. To survive, he must have brothers and sisters-in-arms to carry him when he buckles.

For too long MANY of us lived and died in small tribes, this principle of mutually supporting one another through the trials of life was deeply woven into the fabric of the group mind. Now with the world the way it is, we were forced to live with the daily dilemma of being desperately alone and yet desperately needing one another.

Which is why we are, by design, always seeking new tribes. With that in mind, I humbly offer a simple guideline to evaluate the efficacy of any tribe you might encounter on your path to becoming a spiritual warrior: if they ask for your money or access to your crotch, run away. Just thought I’d post this entry to the fact that I didn’t pass my Series 7 exam last week. 


  1. People who need people. Interesting and very valid post.

  2. A BICYCLE. end of Story! meany BUM!




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