Tuesday, March 31, 2009

10 min break for coffee

I get a break for a coffee every day.
"Every day
  during my coffee break,
  I fly away and dream.
"I dream awake...
  I dream that breath in the back of my neck every morning...
  I dream I reach the state of a Gandalf...
  I dream and dream...

"After those 10 minutes I am rejuvenated.
  I go back and give the best of me...
      ... for what it rests of the day...

"All that in 10 minutes coffee break.

Today I decided to take some pics...
Here my experience of my coffee break is unveiled...
Check them out here.

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How and how much we love?

One day, the son asks the father:

"Daddy, will you run the marathon with me?"

The father says yes, and they run their first marathon together.

Another day, the son asks again the father if he wanted to run a marathon with him, and the father answers yes again.

Certain day the son asks the father:

"Daddy, will you run the 'ironman' with me? 'Ironman' is harder, we'll have to swim 4 Km, run a bike for 180 Km and run 42 Km... But I wanna do it..."

The father, without hesitation says yes...


This is the way I believe love is...
This is the way I wanna love someone...
This is the kind of love that I have repressed inside me,
that is killing me and asphyxiating me,
asking me to let it go out and be.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Help me spread the word!!!

My friends have started a campaign to help me out spread the word about weekeego!

Check Oksana's post here.

They do believe in weekeego's ideals and philosophy, and want to support the local communities that partner with us in their search for alternatives to increase their income in a responsible manner, using tourism as a way for it, preserving and enhancing their local culture, heritage and natural resources.

Wanna help out as well?

Simple, check the website, get immerse in what we are doing, and if you think is worth spreading the word, make a post in your blog and let us know about it!

Don't hesitate to send us your comments, suggestions and/or questions to info@weekeego.net

You can also follow us here in blogger, or here in twitter, or subscribe here to our youtube channel, or our facebook group and page.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The 'Drive-by' Cash Machine - withdrawals with rules for men and women

Just found this in a friend's post and LMAO, so I decided to share it here...

WARNING: It is a sexist joke, so if you are susceptible to it, please stop reading!

Please read the procedure that applies to your own circumstances (i.e. MALE or FEMALE) and remember them for when you use the machine for the first time.

Male Procedure

1 Drive up to the cash machine.
2 Wind down your car window.
3 Insert card into machine and enter PIN
4 Enter amount of cash required and withdraw.
5 Remove card and receipt
6 Drive off

Female Procedure

1 Drive up to cash machine
2 reverse back the required amount to align car window to machine
3 Re-start the stalled engine
4 wind down the window
5 Find handbag, remove all contents on the passenger seat to locate card
6 Locate make-up bag and check make-up in rear view mirror
7 Attempt to insert card into machine
8 Open car door to allow easier access to machine due to its excessive distance from the car
9 Insert card
10 Re-insert card the right way up
11 Re-enter handbag to find diary with your PIN written on the inside back page
12 Enter PIN
13 Press cancel and enter correct PIN
14 Enter amount of cash required
15 Re-check make up in rear view mirror
16 Retrieve cash and receipt
17 Empty handbag again to locate purse and place cash inside
18 Place receipt in back of cheque book
19 Check eyelashes in mirror
20 Drive forwards 2 metres
21 reverse back to cash machine
22 Retrieve card
23 Re-empty hand bag, locate card holder, and place card into the slot provided
24 Restart stalled engine and pull off
25 Drive for 3 to 4 miles
26 Release hand brake

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Monday, March 9, 2009

The Language of Letting Go

The language of letting go is releasing the energies of the old. 

The language of letting go is about giving ourselves permission to experience and express our feelings. 

The language of letting go is being present in the moment to receive all the wonderful opportunities that life is bringing to us. 

We are the light that has the power to set ourselves free.

I understand now why the light of others has come into my life. 
Light seeks out life. 
It is no wonder why we believe the dead search for the comfort of light. 
It isn't to torture with reckless indifference and disregard. 
It was to cause us to pause, take stock and notice. 

He's standing in front of me. 
He saying to me, breathe. 
The He is you. 
The He is me. 
My god, I get it now. 
He's light is cascading all over me. 
I feel it. 
Can you?

Now I recognize why our embrace left me shivering long after. 
His light re-ignited my internal flame. 
The question no longer begs to be asked. 
And all I can do is release tears.

Taken from a note by Anthony Ortiz in Facebook.
These excerpts were choosen by Christopher Michaels to post a comment on that note.

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