Monday, July 10, 2006

Zen and The Art of Blog Maintenance

Today, for the first time, I am going to talk about a blog that I have been enjoying these past few weeks. The journal is entitled My Left Brain Reads Zen and is located on The entries are short, sweet, and wise musings on the author's thoughts. They have an ancient feel to them, even the ones about modern subjects, like Winnie The Pooh pajamas, seem to be bestowing the wisdom of our ancestors to all those who read them over. The details described in the little posts make me feel as though my brain is a slightly more inadequate version than the writers, because it has not noticed all the beautiful things about every moment and feeling that have been perfectly captured and preserved on this very special blog. You can see every glint of sunlight and every gust of wind as it washes over the brain with every lovely, praising word.
Very little is known about the author of these amazing words and phrases, but perhaps that is for the better. Sumi Sumi's words speak for themselves with a loud and perfect voice that might be clouded by the identity of the intellectual and humorous individual who speaks them with loving care.
Hopefully this entry will help to bring My Left Brain Reads Zen to at least a few more people who will find it as entertaining and thought provoking as I have. This truly remarkable reading material should be shared and appreciated by as many as possible.


Blogger PardonTheLaburnum said...

I am honoured by the awesome review you wrote. Am reminded of Marcel Proust's quote "Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom."
Thank you for being a charming gardener.

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