Sunday, June 17, 2007

The Zen of confronting George W.

Here is a trick all it's own. The words Zen and George Bush in the same sentence.

p m carpenter's commentary: The Zen of confronting George W.:

Some of the ancient philosophies teach that the only way to attain something is to give up all hope of ever attaining it. You must let go before you can embrace, but you must also hornswoggle your mind that you really don't care about embracing that 'something' to begin with. Then you can, and will, even though you don't care to, but of course you do, which is why you're letting go in the first place.

It's all a bit of a mind trick, but it does seem to be the only path to sanity these days when it comes to contemplating America's future.

It doesn't have one.

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