You are the button I can’t press.
I couldn’t ask for more
but I could ask for less
You are so God damn unpredictable!
Show Love, Expect Nothing.
If someday the moon calls you by your name don’t be surprised,
Because every night I tell her about you.
My (More Macho Than Almost Being Killed by A Fat German Child On A Lilo) Near Death Experience..
So last night I went out with a cycle group for a quick cycle. I turned up at the meeting place with my housemate him in his cleats and spandex aboard his brand new 2K beast of a carbon bike that makes my bike feel as heavy as an bus. I on the other hand turned up on my trusty old cross bike wearing camo trousers, hiking boots and a black tshirt because I only have summer suits and a fox stole one of my cycling shoes haha (true story). The whole group who were dressed the same as my house mate and some of them had those silly bikes you see in the window of sigma sport. They obviously found me a pretty funny sight to behold and warned me that they would ‘leave me behind’ if I couldn’t keep up. At this point I’m gonna admit I was a little bit apprehensive of what was to come but of course willing to give it a go remember that I always destroy my housemate, Owen, hands down when we go out.
Three Noble Buddhist Truths
1. Suffering exists
2. Suffering arises from attachment to desires
3. Suffering ceases when attachment to desire ceases
The Puzzle of the Moon’s Origin
Scientists have generally offered three major theories to account for the moon in orbit around our planet. All three are in serious trouble, but the least likely theory emerged from the Apollo missions as the favorite theory. One theory was that the moon might have been born alongside the earth out of the same cosmic cloud of gas dust about 4.6 billion years ago. Another theory was that the moon was the earth’s child, ripped out the Pacific basin, possibly. Evidence gathered by the Apollo program indicates though that the moon and the earth differ greatly in composition. Scientists now tend to lean toward the third theory- that the moon was “captured" by the earth’s gravitational field and locked into orbit ages ago. Opponents of the theory point to the immensely difficult celestial mechanics involved in such a capture. All of the theories are in doubt, and none satisfactory. NASA scientist Dr. Robin Brett sums it up best: “It seems much easier to explain the nonexistence of the moon than its existence.”