Archive | December 26, 2016

Sri Lanka’s (Poor Catholics): Another Embarrassment; First Protesting The Tallest Christmas Tree, Then THIS!

by Anura Guruge

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U.K. “Daily Mail” article.

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Come On! 

This was no accident. It was a put-up-job — no doubt by a clique of Sri Lankan Buddhists.

You have to admit it is FUNNY.

First all the to-and-froing about the “World’s TallestChristmas tree, with Cardinal Malcolm Ranjit, the ‘Tanned Ratzinger‘, not being able to make up his mind.

And now this.

Big event like this and nobody proofed, then checked the program.

Never heard of this Priest De Silva but he sure must know by now what it is like to be on the carpet.

Thought I think it is funny, I really do think the Sri Lankan Buddhists should stop pranks like this. {SMILE}

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The ONLY New Year’s Resolution You Should Make For 2017 — Committing To ‘Brain Meditation’.

by Anura Guruge


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All other New Year’s resolutions
that you could probably
ever think of
are ALL subsets of Brain Meditation!


Because all resolutions require
cooperation from YOUR BRAIN.

You can’t opt to do more exercise, go on a diet, start a new venture, read a dictionary from cover-to-cover, have an orgasm a day, be more tolerant, drink more red wine or whatever, IF your brain does not support you in that goal.

The things that you think of as ‘Willpower’.

IF your New Year’s resolution involves ‘willpower’ IT WILL FAIL!

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With ‘Brain Meditation’ YOUR BRAIN will help you achieve whatever it is that you seek.

Brain Meditation‘ is the KEY.

So, PLEASE, just make ONE, and only one,
New Year’s resolution for 2017.

“I am going to learn about Brain Meditation”.

Happy New Year.

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Van Heusen Wrist Watch.

by Anura Guruge

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During the 1990s and the early part of the new millennium the only non-white shirts that I would wear were ‘Van Heusen’.

I was a virtual shirt rack for them. My white shirts, which had to be french-cuffed and monogrammed were ‘Stafford‘, but there was this visceral attraction to anything from ‘Van Heusen’ when it came to colored shirts. It kind of became a ‘joke’. If there was a colored shirt that caught my eye, whether at a store or on somebody’s back, the chances were 90% or so that it would be a ‘Van Heusen’.

So, when I saw this CHEAP ‘Van Heusen’ watch at ‘Marshalls’ the other day, I had to get it. So, it became another Christmas present. Now that I gave my diamond-studded Rolex away, I need cheap watches to grace my brown wrists. I haven’t worn it yet. But I think I could get used to it.

Oh, it won’t be the watch I wear all the time. I currently have about 6 (maybe slightly more) cheap watches. I wear different ones as it suits my mood. That is one of the GOOD things about not having the Rolex. I don’t feel that I have to wear one watch all the time. 



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