Thursday, September 21, 2006

Zen Wisdom and Surviving this Scrote


I don’t normally do warnings, as any good HCwD pic should be able to inspire that classic vortex of anger, depression, hilarity and arousal. However this one seems particularly cruel. It may inspire some head smashing into monitors. So when gazing on its extreme douchebaggery/hotness, take a step back, breathe and find your centered place.

To help get you through this image, I offer up the Zen wisdom of Buddha Gautama, from 600 B.C.:

Whatever is material shape, past, future, present, subjective or objective, gross or subtle, mean or excellent, whether it is far or near – all material shape should be seen by perfect intuitive wisdom as it really is: “This is not mine, this I am not, this is not my self.” Whatever is feeling, whatever is perception, whatever are habitual tendencies, whatever is consciousness, past, future, present, subjective or objective, gross or subtle, mean or excellent, whether it is far or near – all should be seen by perfect intuitive wisdom as it really is: “This is not mine, this I am not, this is not my self.”

Nope. I still want to dunk this knob in a giant vat of cayenne pepper.

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