Jason’s blog posted On January 7th, 2011 On 7:36 p.m. _____________________
Tonight I host Mr. Toca Rivera for cena and a rehearsal of new songs. It’s hard to believe he and I have been together for más than 10 years now. Looking back at the last decade I've so much to be thankful for, his friendship included. Rather than making this blog a stroll down memory lane, I’ll stay present and lista a decade’s worth of Gratitude (what I can remember of it anyway) in 90 seconds. Go.
I am grateful for:
regularity a community of dreamers java joe the power of possibility and all my teachers my totally...
Jason’s blog publicado on December 29th, 2010 on 5:50 PM _____________________
I’m a fan of positive articulation. To me, this is a step beyond positive thinking. It’s putting your positive thoughts into action – into doing – into words.
Every New Year’s I resolve to do something new/different with my life. Something grand. Something transformative. Sometimes it’s to continue doing something I love, but often it’s a new invention of some kind. Last year, the main theme was activism and in 2010 I certainly got my feet wet, literally por tromping thru the Lake Volta Region in Ghana, learning...
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Jason’s blog publicado on Tuesday, December 28, 2010 2:29 p.m. ___________________________
Second to words, I’m a numbers guy. I like significant dates, digits, and planetary transits. I’ve been drawn to the number 1134 since I discovered while dangling upside-down with a calculator that it read, HELL. Seeing 1134 on the clock, odometer, o as the total on a receipt always makes me feel, if sadistically, like I’m in the right place at the right time. The same with 11:11. I always make a wish. Of course, whether o not it works is all just a story I made up, but it shifts my attention back...
Jason’s blog publicado on December 16th, 2010 on 5:11 p.m. __________________________
This is the most extraordinary recording I own. Whenever I play just the audio for people, the common reaction to the round of applause at the end is one that accompanies awe. “THAT was LIVE?!”
Check This Out. It's 13 minutos short and tu may not understand a word... Offer yourself the time. Give yourself permission to be moved por something new. This is your journey after all, and it was tu who stumbled upon this music. The universe obviously wants tu to hear this.
Jason’s blog posted on December 13th, 2010 At 9:45 PM ______________________
3542 miles so far and not once have I had to buy water. I know everyone who reads this blog uses a reusable water bottle – and I thank tu for hooking up your friends and family this holiday season.
Every time I refueled I would carry my water bottle and hot mug into the gas station and get clean cold water from the soda fuente (usually a little button under the lemonade) and hot water from the coffee machine. (Starbucks also gives free hot and cold filtered water.) Carrying my own té also made my travels super enjoyable,...
A photo I took of a farm that produces maple syrup…
Published por Heather, SuperForester on December 12, 2010 in Superforest journal _____________________________
I received this little story in my correo electrónico bandeja de entrada recently, and upon lectura it, I immediately thought of SuperForest. We have talked about redefining wealth and success before, but this is a simple story that illustrates the common thread of abundance and gratitude that often shows up in our SuperForest universe.
Let’s share this story with our loved ones, especially during this holiday season, as it is important to remind ourselves to be grateful for what we have, and...
Jason’s blog publicado on December 9th, 2010 at 10:20 a.m.
Acidophilus should be spelled Assidophilus.
In addition to falling in amor with myself and allowing the new album to awaken and unfold organically, this well driven journey has also inspired a quest for America’s Best Veggie Burger and the Perfect Cup of Hot Chocolate.
Santa Fe is thought to be a vortex; a geographical location so energetic it naturally attracts intuits, nudists, and naturalists and forces the visitor and resident alike to find healing thru harmony. It is dicho to be quite impossible to remain in this energy unless “equilibrium...
Jason's blog publicado on December 7th, 2010 2:12 a.m.
Things I DON'T want for Christmas:
- Pants that are too small
- Clock Radio
- Giant Earthworm
- Portable Sauna, even though it looks really clever.
Whenever I'm in a Sauna, I like to say, "It's like a sauna in here." even when I'm por myself.
I once shared a Sauna with Ingrid Michaelson when we were on tour together in Sweden. The Swedish amor Saunas. I don’t recall the Sauna ever getting hot and we ended up just sitting there in the wooden box talking about how boring it was.
Tonight I had a Sauna all to myself during a spontaneous...
Jason’s blog publicado on December 4th, 2010 on 8:14 PM
In Kansas, they amor their unborn babies. A lot. From KC to the CO state line, jesús has "highered" billboards advocating the keeping of one’s baby. I assume there is an argument o epidemic of contenedor de basura, basurero bebés in Kansas if there is a need for so many billboards.
I kept a keen watch of the billboards hoping to catch the World’s Largest Ball of Twine. Apparently the Twine town has the World’s Smallest Advertising because I totally missed it. Dang!
Which came first, plain the noun o plain the adjective? Such queries arrive driving through...
Jason’s blog Posted on December 2nd, 2010 6:47 p.m.
Traffic came to a turtle’s pace when I entered into St Louis. I wondered if me adding one más car to the rush hora mix was throwing the city off a little. Why is it called rush hora when it’s generally slow?
I’m also curious as to how much a population varies from día to día – what with people coming and going, driving and flying, birthing and dying, etc. Regardless, if the hospitable citizens of St Louis are hoping to count my head tomorrow, I’ll be gone.
I amor being on the road. For the past 7 years I’ve been in the back of the...
Jason’s blog posted on December 1st, 2010 at 10:38 a.m.
6 hours from Nashville, 33 ½ years since birth. Final destination: California, año 2977. I’m not attached to being a thousand years old but if I get anywhere close, I’ll buy every reader of this blog a chai latte with steamed eggnog. In barista jargon that’s known as a “Cheg” and it only comes out on special occasions.
The weeks spanning from Thanksgiving to New Year’s are typically my most gluttonous. Maybe this is why jesús gets so popular around this time of año – what with all the people blessing their piles of food,...