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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Boabom Cats

Three Boabom Haikus

Solstice approaches. Good friends, see fresh air, pharmacy lots of food. Boabom outside! Elegant Yuas Phrased together as a class. There is sweet music … Paralyzed with Fear, Gaunai Humiliation. Student’s first logak. – The Other Anonymous Student (Boabom North)

Who we are?

Melting Snow Globes!

The recent Amazing weather reanimated the old ‘Must Walk Gene”, as it was an absolutely gorgeous day (must be why they call it “Mother” Nature), i followed the collective decision to get out and enjoy. Walking for me is always a positive. More so in good weather, better yet near water. As i walked and […]

The Chilean Earthquake and some lessons of Boabom

Without a doubt the magnitude 8.8 earthquake in Chile will leave a long trail. In situations such as these it is inevitable that the Boabom School in Chile will be affected, whether directly or indirectly. While, from the information that we have, the students are well, the teachers in perfect condition, and infrastructure of the […]

More Boabom Cats!

– “Correct your position!!! Flex that knee!!! NO! The hand isn’t like that! These humans aren’t so good at Boabom…”

Three Boabom Haiku

Breathing through movement. Barely can do this new move. Samut: “Too easy.” Balance improves, view but… Flailing arms and legs. Watch out! Someone yells “Timber!” Angry arrival. Meditation in movement. Why was I so mad? – The Other Anonymous Student (Boabom North)

Quote of the Day…

We should be careful to get out of an experience only the wisdom that is in it — and stop there — lest we be like the cat that sits down on a hot stove-lid. She will never sit down on a hot stove-lid again, thumb and that is well; but also she will never […]