Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Lohbado's Promise

After a week at the house of Ruth Winters, a quiet middle-aged woman, Lohbado picked up hints that it was time for him to leave. Ruth enjoyed Lohbado’s company, but she also needed her own space.

Lohbado stuffed his extra socks, underwear, toothbrush, lined scribblers and The Book of Oogah in his pack and started down the road. He paused to remove a stone from his shoe. If he ever made it to Yamaville, Lohbado would buy new shoes. Many a sole got worn out on the long highway from birth to death.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Monday, April 15, 2013

Power of Prayer part 1

Lohbado decided to test the power of prayer

Oogah, an anthropomorphic representative of God and co-creator of the universe

Stayed tuned for future episodes. What is under that rock?

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Lohbado's Third Eye part 2 of donut incident

Lohbado felt strange after his head hit the table

he went to the hospital

Lohbado felt good

Saturday, April 13, 2013

wet snow

This is probably the last chance of the season to enjoy footprints in the snow before the temperature rises, eventually leading to summer. The yo-yo winter season is over. It was hard on the body, the changes in air pressure, the constant leaps up and down in temperature. With the sleet and wet snow yesterday, walking down the street was quite tiring.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

donut incident

Stay tune for more of this Lohbado adventure at Lumpies Donuts.

Monday, April 8, 2013

back from Senegal

smiling, after a wonderful visit to Senegal
after a long flight from Dafur

About twenty five students from PGL school in Outremont spent nearly two weeks in Senegal. The people they met were friendly and hospitable. They saw the ocean, visited a wildlife park and enjoyed visiting architectural monuments and various places throughout the country. It was hot enough to go swimming and to do a little dancing on the beach.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Fred and Nelly

Bob gave Fred a sky burial. It’s what he asked for. Birds eat the body and take off into the sky. A bear, some wolves, a coyote, fox and various small animals also ate part of Fred. Bob knew that’s what Fred wanted.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Lohbado Standing his Ground

In Club Morono, violence is unacceptable. Followers are asked to get rid of their fire arms. To stand one's ground is an act of non-aggression, confidence, patience, intelligence, or pausing long enough to have a look at what may or may not be happening. It's about having the courage to admit one made a mistake and to see how one constantly fools oneself with hope and fear. First one has a look at the mind. Instead of lashing out and blaming this and that, one takes responsibility for one's state of mind. One has to pause long enough to actually look at the mind.