June 2, 2010 Just a Breath Away http://nethugs.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Just-a-Breath-Away.mp4 InspiringThots webmaster ⋅ Christian ⋅ God, nature, Prayers ⋅ 28 comments ATTENTION: OUR SEND BUTTON BELOW IS NOW WORKING! Related Content:The Road to TomorrowPromise of SpringThanksMy SoulmateYou Decide Facebook Comments comments 28 Comments « 1 … 4 5 6 Rodica July 28, 2012 @ 12:31 pm In the morning light…or in the stillness of an evening…I’ll find always my support and strange…because God is there…and near… Reply Mary February 5, 2013 @ 1:48 pm Zen Master Blumise On A Whacking Spree Written by Anmol Mehta There was chaos at No Wind Monastery. The monks were running scared and the cause of their fear was none other than the head abbot, Zen Master Blumise. They all knew that the only monk who could help them in such desperate times was senior monk Tara, and the monks were running around frantically trying to find her. Finally, a group located her sitting by the river enjoying the late afternoon sun. “What’s all this ruckus about?” she asked, rather alarmed at seeing a gang of anxious monks approaching her. “And why is one side of each of your faces red?” she continued, noticing the glowing redness on the left cheek of every monk. “Master Blumise has lost his marbles,” replied Chin. “He is running around the monastery asking everyone what time is it? And as soon as you tell him the time, he gives you one tight slap and moves on to the next victim. In fact, he has slapped monk Gzan twice today already, see both his cheeks are red!” Chin exclaimed, while pointing out Gzan’s very red face. “The old bugger is still pretty strong,” muttered Gzan. Just then a very irritated Master Blumise burst onto the scene. “Tara!” he yelled, “What time is it?” Tara looked up calmly, smiled and said, “The time is now, Master,” and that was the end of that. Master Blumise bowed deeply to his beloved student and left the now awakened congregation of monks to reflect on this right answer. Reply Elizabeth M. Wright April 13, 2014 @ 7:53 pm Mary… I don’t know if I got the message in your short story, but think that Tara meant, not yesterday, not tomorrow, but today (Now.) Is that what it is ??? Please reply… Thank You, Elizabeth W. Reply « 1 … 4 5 6 Leave a Reply Cancel Your Name * Your Email * Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.