Monthly Archives: February 2011

Dealing with negative people

Facebook status update: “Rashunda Tramble has found the best way to stop a conversation with a negative person: Say something positive. It’s like garlic to vampires.”

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Do you have crabs?

“The mind becomes purified by cultivating friendships with contented people, by being kind and compassionate to the sad and fearful, by being indifferent to the ill-intentioned, and by being accommodating to the well meaning.” – Chapter 1, Verse 33,  The … Continue reading

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Eco-chef Bryant Terry in Yoga Journal

Kudos to Yoga Journal for featuring chef, “food-justice activist” and former Memphian  Bryant Terry in the March 2011 edition of the mag. In the article “The Power of the Plate,” Terry is one of five yogi chefs who explain how … Continue reading

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Attaching to detachment

Krishna says (Bg. 2.57): “He who is without attachment, who does not rejoice when he obtains good, nor lament when he obtains evil, is firmly fixed in perfect knowledge.” (Via The Importance of Sense Control in Spiritual Life | Hare … Continue reading

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