Friday, June 29, 2018
Grandmother's advice on cheering up: first, acknowledge suffering. Go ahead, complain. There's a room at the tabernacle for lamentation. Then let go. Next, find something that interests you. Make an effort. Be disciplined. Pay attention to details. The reward of effort; one might cheer up. To make no effort is to risk sinking into depressive inertia.
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Wednesday, June 27, 2018
respect all life
While taking shelter from the rain, Lohbado contemplated the sacredness of existence. One could tune into the dignity of one's being. All life is to respected, regardless of wealth or status.
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Monday, June 25, 2018
St. Jean Baptiste Day toast Montreal
A friendly toast on St Jean Baptiste Day in Montreal, Lohbado stood under a tree in order to not get wet in the rain. He talked about two minor bicycle accidents.
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Monday, June 18, 2018
jolly good time
Lohbado during a bike ride contemplated the many promises being offered. There's something exciting about expectation, the lure of something about to happen. At the same time, it's not healthy to get carried away looking for UFOs; although it does stretch the imagination.
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Monday, June 4, 2018
beautiful trees in evening light
Lohbado rode his bicycle to a local park to enjoy sunset among beautiful trees.
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