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April 27, 2010

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Joseph

haha! Yougle it...
not very different than trusting your inherent nature,is it? thank you!

Brian

In Hot Tub Time Machine, Lou goes back and time and creates Lougle.

"I got lost searching for the Now, so I Yougled directions. It said: to find what you are looking for, look where no one thinks to look. And I don't mean in the sphincter of yourself. When you get there, do what needs to be done and follow the signs to your livelihood. Go Right, not left."

Suzanne

God doesn't hide at all. The sphincter of self can be nice and cozy. Awareness nowness is always the case, and doing what needs to be done is subject to a lot of interesting interpretation!

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