Thursday, October 30, 2008

Morning Zen

Wondering about necessity and imperative and the has to of the now. I have heard, lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part. It does not seem too kind of a thing. When those events can not be planned for, anticipated, and troubleshooted in advance what then. Letting loose of to take care of. Not even a murphy's law kind of thing. It is just that I see this thing coming. What to do to be ready for the arrivial? Then again I see this thing coming and nothing needs to be done until it gets here. What worked today may not work tomorrow and what did not work probably will not work again unless it is supposed to work and then what did I learn the last time to fix it through this time? convuluted?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ummmmmm, what the hell are you talking about, dude?

That kinda made my head hurt.

a slightly confused m

Anonymous said...

and it is friday, where is my movie quote?

trying to avoid work this morning. can you help girl out here? need an attention diverter

still slightly confused m

Anonymous said...

Its the four quadrants theory...
from "First Things First"(1994), a self-help book written by Stephen Covey and A. Roger and Rebecca R. Merrill. The two by two matrix....can be applied to anything...time management, goal importance, tasks to be done...
the book is good...the quadrant thing works...it is Halloween today..
best wishes,
Namaste,
jj

Anonymous said...

ps...check the books stack in the office...this book might be in there....
jj

Anonymous said...

Ummmmmm, not sure what is more disturbing here...

1. You thought this was understandable enough to print or

2. JJ Understood it or

3. JJ understood it enough that he could actulally make a comment...that I understand. Scary.

a very distrbed m

Anonymous said...

...hopefully you are both
Z>Z>Z>Z>Z>ing at the moment..if not you are up too late...or too early as am i.....
i guess i understood from experience...the quadrant thing helps sometimes...it is like the saying however, "don't sweat the small stuff, and it is all ( mostly) small stuff."
Good luck with the lines today....remember, it is state law than you be given two hours PAID to go vote...it is also important that we have the "freedom" to do so...i have a list of books for "voting" as well but won't bore you with it....maybe in four years....
best wishes,
Namaste'
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcgNJ7cgDVs

jj