The Way has no why and so, there are all the ways.
Kiyoko used to think cookies-and-cream ice cream was her absolute favourite, until she ate her fourth cone and felt like puking.
There’s no such thing as an all-time favourite food.
Stick out your tongue. Not because you want. Not because you should. Not because of any pleasure or reason. But simply because you can.
This is the strange magic.
The life coach explains how one can make sure the target is never missed.
“Shoot first, and whatever you hit, call it the target.”
A forest deer escaped to an imam who was meditating by a huge tree.
The imam wrapped it hidden in his cloak.
Soon the king and his hunting entourage arrived, and the king asked: “Have you seen a deer running past?”
The imam gave no reply.
Furious, the king bellowed: “I am the king of this land! How dare you not answer my question!”
“Slave of my slave, why should I obey you?” the imam said.
“Slave of your slave? What do you mean by that?”
“For years now I have mastered desire and made it my slave,” the imam replied to the king, “but you are still slave to desire. Doesn’t that make you a slave of my slave?”
The king was stunned for a while. Then he laughed.
He bowed respectfully and called off the hunt.
Frank used to feel that the best revenge is massive success, until suffering teaches him: it is not worth living a life like this.
Too many of the things he’s done is just for show.
Sounds can trigger sight.
Smells can trigger taste.
Thoughts can trigger feeling.
Six windows of a single house.
With one stone thrown into any of the windows,
the monkey within starts shrieking.
And these shrieks of the monkey exit all six windows at the same time.