Thursday, December 13, 2007

Now this is funny!

Look what I just found:

I have heard it said that whining is anger coming out through a very small opening.

James Finley in The Contemplative Heart

Across the pond, the word for whining is "whinging". It means "to complain or protest, especially in an annoying or persistent manner." The avoidance of whining or whinging comes under the meditative principle known as restraint. I like to use the slogan, "not necessary." Even if I feel like complaining, it truly is not necessary!

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