Use a fishing pole (versus a Rod)

Posted: August 23, 2015 in Daillies

Sorry folks, Heidi is asking Santa for a Fishing POLE. Worms are not used with Fishing Poles. For places were the fish are small, fishing RODs are used, and of course, this is were the worms could be useful.
With a fishing pole, a snake is needed for bait – of the slimy, slithery, fang teeth genus. The snake is simply tied on the end of a line (using the official Boy Scout snakeOnFishingLine knot), then the serpent is tossed into a place were fish go to school. The snake gets to work slithering about looking for The One. When the slithering stops, the snakes dives with laser like focus and strikes. Once the snake has lock jawed the fish into its fangs, the pole holder lifts the snake and fish from the ocean, lays the partnership on the deck, then knocks the fish in the head with a ball-peen hammer (sometimes the snake bite alone does not kill the fella). Next, the fisher person dons their falconry gloves and yanks the fish from the snakes fangs. The dead fish is set aside for the moment. The snake is untied (as Conrad would confirm, a proper knot is easily untied) and wrestled back into the burlap bait bag. And finally, the catch is put into its final resting place in a chest filled with layers of salt and ice.

The Light of Your Own Being

Posted: August 18, 2015 in Quotations

I Wish I Could Show You When You Are Lonely or in Darkness the Astonishing Light of Your Own Being.

  

Why Travel

Posted: August 10, 2015 in Uncategorized

Originally posted on Levitalks:

Siem Reap Siem Reap

Travel is the best way to learn about life. All the best stories are happening out there. It makes you realize that there is a bigger world where life runs completely different with yours. It opens up all possibilities. It gives you more courage to try all risks and uncertainties. Exactly what you need in a world full of surprises and mysteries.

Wales Wales

Travel changes you. Big time.

Your heart will beat like a madman and your eyes will swell with wonder. You’ll meet people of different backgrounds and they’ll pique your interest. You’ll be stunned with their experiences and you’ll bleed with their emotions. You’ll never realize until then that movies duplicate realities. So, the next time you meet someone who resembles the same story, you’ll have a deeper connection.

Ho Chi Minh Ho Chi Minh

You’ll never really understand why people fight for diversity and celebrate individuality unless you…

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Originally posted on Levitalks:

DSC_0110 copyLiving away from home in another country changes you. Your opinions, perspectives, habits and things that you find superficial versus essential will no longer be the same. You evolve into someone that is more embracing of racial differences and people’s personalities. It’s a new you on a new home.

Living away gives you the thrills of adventure and self-discovery. It is liberating to become someone you wanted to be. To live the person you can’t be because back home, people caged you into someone they expect you to be. It makes you feel proud that you’re capable of living alone and relying to no one but yourself.

tumblr_nrc468F7F91tcjma2o1_500You start building bridges and letting new faces crawl into your life and carve their own marks. You start to have new favorites – places, desserts and hobbies. You are settling and the longer you stay, the harder to break free.

Yet, you…

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deeds known only for god

Posted: July 22, 2015 in Daillies, Quotations

Though it is possible to utter words only with the intention to fulfill the will of God, it is very difficult not to think about the impression which they will produce on men and not to form them accordingly. But deeds you can do quite unknown to men, only for God. And such deeds are the greatest joy that a man can experience.Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910)

Trouble – Cold Play

Posted: July 11, 2015 in Songs

 G Em B2 (x4)

           G Em B2

              Oh no, I see

                 Fmaj7 Am G

              A spider web is tangled up with me

                       Em B2

              And I lost my head

                     Fmaj7 Am G

              The thought of all the stupid things I’ve said

                                                                                          G Em B2 (x2

    Oh no, what’s this?

              A spider web, and I’m caught in the middle

              So I turned to run

              The thought of all the stupid things I’ve done

                                        A2 Em add7
                                  And I never meant to cause you trouble

                                  And I never meant to do you wrong

                                  And I, well if I ever caused you trouble

                                        A2 Em

                                  Oh no, I never meant to do you harm

                                                                                                  G Em B2 (x2)
              Oh no, I see

              A spider web and it’s me in the middle

              So I twist and turn

              Here am I in my little bubble
                                  Singing out, I never meant to cause you trouble

                                  I never meant to do you wrong

                                  Ahhh, well if I ever caused you trouble

                                  Oh no, I never meant to do you harm

                                                                                                  G Em B2 (x4)
                                                 Em F#m G F#m

                                                     They spun a web for me

                                                     They spun a web for me

                                                     They spun a web for me…

                                                                                                  Em

                                                                                                      G Em B2 (x4)

    

Stay with Me 

Posted: July 2, 2015 in Songs

Intro

Am F C  Am F C 
Am F C 

 Guess it’s true, I’m not good at a one night stand

Am F C 

 But I still need love cause I’m just a man

Am F C 

 These nights never seem to go to plan 

Am F C  

 I don’t want you to leave can you hold my hand?

            Am F C    

Oh won’t you sta-ay with me?

Csus2* Am F C             

Cause you’re all I need

Csus2* Am F C    

This ain’t love it’s clear to see

    Csus2* Am F C

But darling, stay with me

Am F C   

 Why am I so emotional?

Am F C

 No it’s not a good look, gain some self control

Am F C       

 And deep down I know this never works

Am F C

 But you can lay with me so it doesn’t hurt

            Am F C   

Oh won’t you sta-ay with me?

Csus2* Am F C    

Cause you’re all I need

Csus2* Am F C   

This ain’t love it’s clear to see

    Csus2* Am F C

But darling, stay with me

 Am F C

ohhoh……

 Am F C Gsus2

ohhoh…..

 Am F C Gsus2

ohhoh…..

 Am F C  

         Am* F* C*

Won’t you sta-ay with me?

            Am* F* C*

Cause you’re all I need

    Csus2* Am* F* C*

But this ain’t love it’s clear to see

    Csus2* Am* F* C*

But darling, stay with me

            Am F C   

Oh won’t you stay with me?

Csus2* Am F C   

Cause you’re all I need

Csus2* Am F C   

This ain’t love it’s clear to see

    Csus2* Am* F* C*

But darling, sta-ay with me