“In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”
Gautama Buddha (circa 563-483 BCE)
Although the exact historicity of his life is lost in time it is generally accepted that Siddhartha Gautama, born a prince in what is now Nepal, was a member of the warrior/ruler class who, as a mature and married man, renounced his noble life and began many years of wandering and study, ultimately rejecting the extremes of asceticism and hedonism to establish a middle way to spiritual awakening. He spent the rest of his life teaching the Dharma, or the nature of things, and expounding the Eightfold Path and the Four Noble Truths, the acceptance of which is said to be the route to Nirvana, the perfect peace of a mind free from ignorance, greed and hatred. He is also reputed to have said “The trouble is, you think you have time.”
GloucesterCast 160 Taped 11/22/15 With Guests Kim Smith, Leslie Heffron, Alicia Cox, Super K and Host Joey Ciaramitaro
leslie heffron, kim smith, alicia unleased, super k
small biz saturday nov 28th
phantom gourmet came to 525 in magnolia last friday look for the show
leslie’s art run down
leslie has A SHOW AT MASS GENERAL
pigeon cove hidden treasures.
joey’s footwear thing
so easy. Set up the pit using the snake method. Rub down the ribs. Close the vents so you get around 275 degrees. Walk away for three hours.
To have on hand to give to the people that never get you a present but show up with one unexpectedly for you.
It’s holiday season, you gotta think strategically.
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Cape Ann Farmer’s Market ,10 to 2 , 11/21. Cape Ann Farmer’s Market will be open for a full four hours, giving more time to shop for locally raised meat, fish , prepared food of all manner, and of course, bountiful produce from the fall’s harvest. The Cape Ann Farmers Market Harvest Market has become as popular as our open air summer market. Come enjoy this wonderful community event for exceptional food for the Thanksgiving table. This event is sponsored in part by the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church.
Dude, where did your neck go?
You wanna play rough?
Looks like the Rabbit has been eating one too many Milk Duds.