But I find it hard to believe they do that at the vast Jimbaran fish market - photo off web to left. - posted in Saunters Heard a Ted Talk about The Science Delusion by Rupert Sheldrake and thought it's about time.
Then I discovered that it was yanked from the Ted Talk list. Read that as a Ted Talk it got 35,000 views and as a banned Ted Talk it's now been viewed by over half a million.
Not saying I agree with anything in particular that Sheldrake says either. Searched for an image to show that but only came up with those with Europeans or near empty ideal beach scenes reminiscent of car ads with only one car on the road, even if it's in a city.
- DC - See it on Rupert Sheldrakes site with relevant links and follow-up On You Tube Ted Talk Conversations on this - really interesting - posted in dc misc On Xmas we joined others for some dragon fruit smoothies and more sips and nibbles at a lovely villa Suzanne Wilder was staying as a guest. - posted in Saunters Lists are a big deal on the Internet because people go to them and thus advertising revenues go up for the sites that use them.
Our friendly and social interactions were mainly in prior decades and I remember them fondly. Our landlords, David and Widya, drove Katrinka and me and two others who were staying in studios here - Lenli (sp? Katrinka has some deep in her photo files that show that maybe which if so will add later.
That's Dainin Katagiri in front follow by Shunryu Suzuki and then Togen Sumi I think, bishop of Soto Zen in US (for Japanese Americans) and priest of Zenshuji in LA. 12-17-14 - Today's excerpt from a Shunryu Suzuki lecture - Shunryu Suzuki tells a story about Ian Kishizawa, Suzuki's second teacher.
Not sure who's next back there - Peter Schneider maybe or Jerome Peterson. This is from the end of a lecture entered into the archive a couple of years ago.
But on the left there seems to be a priest in brocade. Just realized it was a story about Kishizawa while reading through Suzuki transcripts.
- posted in Saunters Today's excerpt from a Shunryu Suzuki lecture.
Hint: It's at the point he realizes how much it's boring his audience. Tea as good as and in ways better than water says new study - BBC Health - Couldn't count all the times people have told me I had to drink water to hydrate, that tea didn't count.