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December 26, 2008


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I really respect your open honesty and attitude. Thank you for your teachings, you're truly an inspiring person. Reality is right here, right now, just as it is, and your writings and posts are just like that.

Be cool, take care, Dharmabrother.

With palms together,


what Uku said wit strawberries and sugar on top.

Barry Briggs

Oh, Uku, what a sweet thing to say. Thank you very much! Jordan, thanks for the strawberries and sugar!

Have a great weekend,


What those guys said. Great photo too.

Barry Briggs

Hi Greg,
What you said, too!


the psycho therapist

With you on that need for frequent "re-minding". Man can I fall asleep fast. Quite fascinating to observe my resistance, actually. I know what to do and yet...

Ah, to be human.


Season's Greetings.

(another smile)

Barry Briggs

Thanks for the smiles, TPT!

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