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Played A Master At Ping Pong Today

“It’s a waste of time for me to play a beginner”, said the best ping pong player at Bryant Park today at lunch.

OH MY GOD I am talking to the best pong player in frigging Bryant Park, it is like a beginner chess-player finally meeting A Chess Master… A total no-chance.

He is also right, it “is” a waste of time.

BUT I am NOT a beginner. I can return it, my serve is (shit as I found out) but passes, I do some spin, and with luck I will slam it once in 10 times.

I’m blurry when I play

Took a big breath

“Do you have a pad”?

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How I Quit Sugar

This was not give up sugar and keep eating granola. No. This was no sugar, no flour, no grains, no syrups or brown molasses or agave or anything close. Nothing.  The real #nosugar.

My grandmother gave me my first cup of coffee (Instant) with 3 SUGARS at age 6.  Then she talked to me as if I was an adult, and my thoughts came together intelligently.

But I decided not to publish unless a whole four weeks of abstinence had gone by because you never know with a powerful drug like sugar. And Alas! the days have passed and the month mark is near, in exactly: 20 minutes.  … Read the rest

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Yoga: 9 Changes that Completely Transformed Me

It’s not improving but unfolding that makes us grow.  We are fine the way we are, and it makes me uncomfortable when someone tries to tell me something that will “make” me better.  Our own process is precious, unique, special, and nobody knows what the next best step is, not even us.

Image by Alex Grey

Still there is no denying that the world we live in tends to attack our natural process of unfolding, large billboards show us what one in a million women look like (a model) and we think maybe we are not right, or the level of noise from the person sitting next to us on the train and talking non-stop drives us crazy, or worse, we try our best to do our job at work with a screen that is constantly shinning blue light into our eyes diminishing the mitochondria power in our vision and making us weak.… Read the rest

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Yoga: How Do I Find Direction In Life?

Someone in Quora asked me: How Do I Find Direction In Life? I said: “This is probably not what you want to hear”, then:

Direction in life comes from a combination of:

  1. Intuition, and experience
  2. Paying attention to what is happening in your near surroundings
  3. Having supportive friends (not friends that bring you down)
  4. Taking time for YOU to reflect
  5. Writing morning pages if you feel inclined
  6. Keeping physically healthy
  7. Noticing all the things you already have (Gratitude!)
  8. And writing ten ideas a day… Or doing some practice to keep your MENTAL muscle, SHARP

I just watched “Straight Out Of Compton” GREAT MOVIE!… Read the rest

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