Friday, June 5, 2015

MALAFAIA VERSUS BOTICÁRIO!


Via Human Rights Campaign / FB:


Human Rights Campaign's photo.

‪#‎ICYMI‬: Hafa adai to marriage equality!🇬đŸ‡ș:
‪#‎MarriageEquality‬ Reaches Guam, Where America’s Day Begins!

Read more: http://www.hrc.org/…/breaking-marriage-equality-reaches-gua…

In a historic win, marriage equality has reached Guam following a decision by Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood at the U.S. District Court on Guam. The Pacific island of Guam now officially becomes the first U.S. territory where marriage equality is the law of the land.

Located just past the international date line, Guam is where America’s Day Begins & where momentum for marriage equality continues.

#‎MarriageMomentum‬ ‪#‎LoveCantWait‬ ‪#‎GuamaniansforEquality‬

Via Sri Prem Baba: Flor do Dia- Flor del DĂ­a- Flower of the day 05/06/2015

“NĂŁo Ă© possĂ­vel conhecer o amor atravĂ©s da mente. O amor Ă© a respiração da vida - Ă© a fragrĂąncia do Divino. Para conhecĂȘ-lo Ă© preciso correr o risco de abrir mĂŁo de todas as crenças e ideias a respeito dele, pois sĂł Ă© possĂ­vel conhecer o amor amando.”

“No es posible conocer el amor a travĂ©s de la mente. El amor es la respiraciĂłn de la vida - es la fragancia de lo Divino. Para conocerlo es necesario correr el riesgo de soltar todas las creencias e ideas acerca de Ă©l, pues sĂłlo es posible conocer el amor amando.”

It’s impossible to know love through the mind. Love is the breath of life: it is the fragrance of the Divine. In order to know love, we must take a risk and let go of all our beliefs and ideas about it, because it’s only possible to know love by loving.”

Today's Daily Dharma: The Happiness of Uncertainty


Image: Untitled (Mandala # 406), Bill Armstrong
The Happiness of Uncertainty

Part of the reason we try to understand the causes of our experience is that we believe we can make these experiences happen again. The problem is, understanding also makes the experience less valuable, because we adapt to it. It?s surprising things, uncertain things, things we don?t fully comprehend that seem to bring us the greatest and longest-lasting happiness.

- Daniel Gilbert, "The Pleasure Paradox"