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#1780 - Tuesday, April 27, 2004 - Editor: michael  


  The Wacky World of Non-Duality  

 

Dear Friends,  

One of the enduring symbols of spirituality is the ying yang. It represents the idea of opposites contained in the whole. And it can call for us to understand the totality of existance. We see the light in the darkness, the darkness in the light and perhaps we can come to some maturity in our outlook on the balance of life. But, what about those things that seem to be neither dark nor light, in other words those things that are - wacky?   I've often defined non-duality as being an understanding that nobody and nothing is left out. Conciousness contains all. That being said, this edition offers a small look at the vast but sometimes silly side of conciousness.  

as ever - be well,  

michael  


http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=573&e=4&u=/nm/odd_russia_cheese_dc  

Monument to Processed Cheese Planned

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow, not short of monuments, will soon boast one to a Soviet-era processed cheese.

   

Writer Viktor Shenderovich said Tuesday that the Karat cheese factory in Moscow had invited him onto a jury to select a design for a bronze monument to Russia's oldest brand of processed cheese -- Druzhba, or 'friendship'.

The soft, white, shiny cheese comes in small squares wrapped in foil -- and has long been a cult snack to go with vodka.

"In the most difficult times, it was hard to live without it, and much easier to live with it," Shenderovich told Ekho Moskvy radio.


http://mdn.mainichi.co.jp/japano/0207/ice-cream/1.html

Octopus Ice Cream (Taco Aisu)
 

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