V.23 No.1 | 1/2/2014
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #328: A Weird Meditation Building
By Brutus De Cervantes [ Tue Dec 31 2013 12:56 PM ]
G's meditation building: A free-standing, round stucco building in the backyard garden of our new home. A Japanese-style wooden beam arch frames the entryway. Two glowing globe lamps slide across top of the arch on a rope pulley: If these have been separated then someone is inside meditating. Inside, the floor plan is divided into concentric circles. There are four outer meditation rooms, one for each compass direction. An enormous skylight illuminates the open, vaulted ceiling. A circular hallway separates the main center room, which is a large, black-tiled pool, from the meditation rooms. The hallway is lined, floor to ceiling, with walnut bookshelves filled with books and pictures of yogis and saints. A boom box plays ethereal music.
V.21 No.3 | 1/19/2012
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V.20 No.16 |
The Daily Word: Coke plane, Gitmo papers, sitting
By Marisa Demarco & Nick Brown [ Mon Apr 25 2011 9:19 AM ]
Awkward Family Photos celebrate Easter.
A coke plane crashed into Lake Heron.
Secret Guantanamo files reveal many prisoners have been held captive for years with little evidence.
Why is KOAT doing these mugshots?
Lots of ABQ kids skipped school on Good Friday.
Science tries to understand meditation by scanning the brains of Tibetan Buddhist monks.
People in the Middle East are angry that the U.S. response to violence against peaceful protesters varies by country.
Some women don't want to be FLOTUS.
Poll shows Republicans aren't stoked about their 2012 presidential options thus far.
Paperwork backup means DWIs are being dismissed.
Sitting all day might kill you—even if you exercise.
DCF's Sunday poem recalls the Kelly Ashner used car commercials.
The yeti is an unseen guardian angel.
Happy birthday, Hank Azaria.
V.20 No.5 |
The Daily Word 02.03.11: Freaking cold, Cairo, Mona Lisa
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Feb 3 2011 10:23 AM ]
The animals at the zoo are cold.
Lots of broken furnaces.
And plenty of people are without gas.
Violence in Cairo.
Was Mona Lisa da Vinci's boyfriend?
A former first lady or a pop singer will probably be Haiti's next president.
How meditation alters your brain.
Obama talks about his faith.
Keeping little girls extra clean makes them sick.
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