The Whelk – John Leavitt

April 14, 2010


Filed under: Other, Other People's Stuff, Words — John Leavitt @ 1:35 pm

Prayer for Logging Into The Internet (i am not even kidding a little)


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  1. The Tibetan Buddhists are way out ahead on this one. From the Namgyal Monastery: “The person using the Internet has the choice. Whether the Internet becomes material for happiness or for suffering depends on your mind. The mind goes before the external object.” They’ve got chants and prayers and a “Blessings of Cyberspace” page with downloadable sound files of monks chanting. Not even kidding.

    Comment by ourobouros — April 14, 2010 @ 3:19 pm

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