I stole a self-help book. I helped myself to a copy of “The Four Agreements.” I needed it more than someone with the moral standards to not steal it. Besides, it was a public library and I pay sales tax. But I’m an honest guy, so I’m going to tell you the truth: I lied to the librarian when she asked me about it.
One of my yoga teachers, Ethel Farbstein, is very skilled and quite popular, but always arrived 15 or even 25 minutes late. The problem she said is that she, “lives like 45 minutes away.”
My compassion welled up inside of me. Sure, she was hurting repeat business, but the poor thing! It was just so sad that circumstances were so difficult for her.
Karma Lampoon has reached post number 100! To celebrate I’m listing the top 100 posts of all time!
You got it, these aren’t just the top articles and videos, these are all of them. I’m adding a few notes on the inspiration and various backstories. They are listed in descending order, beginning with the most hits.
“It all started when I was trying to make an analogy about the 12 steps to recovery resembling the inches in ruler of life,” said sobriety poet Norman MacLear, “But when I posted my poem in an international blog forum, nobody really responded. So I got to thinking, maybe us American 12-steppers should drop our dependency on odd increments, such as 12, and finally adopt the metric system.”
“I needed to demonstrate that I am a full blooded American,” said Barack Obama while still wrapped in a baby blanket during the end of his paradigm shift, “For all practical purposes, today is my very first day as a newly awakened spiritual being, free from the traumas of gestation, delivery and bipartisanism.”