A guest post on A Daring Adventure and more Costa Rican photos.

A view of the rainforest outside my window

A big hello to my 4 readers, 3 twitter followers, 2 brothers and myself:)

Just wanted to let you all know that I’m thrilled about having my first guest post on my friend, Tim Brownson’s blog, A Daring Adventure. Tim is the funniest blogger I know on the blogosphere so I’m glad I had an opportunity to post on his blog. Tim’s also an excellent life coach! Before you jump off that 30th story building, call 407-334-4692.

I enjoyed writing the blog post and am enjoying all the comments and thoughts about the subject – how to get out of bed in the morning to meditate. Seriously – getting out of bed in the morning is the hardest part of a meditation practice. I offer some great tips about how to do it including my favorite way – #6 Have some monks spend the night in your bedroom to kick off your early morning practice.

If you need some helping waking up to start your practice, please visit today’s guest post here: A Daring Adventure guest post.

For the rest of you who have no interest in meditation and came to this website looking for how to live a virtuous life, sorry! But do enjoy some photos from my current Costa Rican adventure.

Yes, this is what I imagined paradise would look like.
A street scene of nearby San Vito in Southern Costa Rica (near the Panama border)
The church in San Vito is in the central area of town.
Are they hiring at the local San Vito bakery?

 

4 Comments

  1. Loved the photos. 😀 My idea of paradise keeps changing depending on what my eyes are looking at and the state of my mind. 😀

    Super post over at Tim’s, Vishnu. What a pleasure to see you there!

    Keep in touch!

    1. Vidya – thanks for dropping in! Glad you enjoyed the photos. You make Sundays such a joy:)

  2. Lol Tim. Thanks so much for allowing me to guest post. I had a lot of fun with your readers! They appreciate a good laugh now and then, and a stand in who’s a stand up:) (comedian) but you’re their guy!

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