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I’m attempting to do the first thirty lessons from the book Le Cordon Bleu at Home.  They are the Pratique de base, or Getting Started lessons.  Wish me luck.  I’m a beginning cook.  Here are is the recipe I tried the other day when Tom came up.  They were good.  I wouldn’t mind having one now.  :)  :(  :)

Trying to show image, but this thing is being @nal.

My purpose on this earth isn’t to sit around on my ass judging others for the clothes they wear, the cars they drive or petty shallow material fleeting things like that.

But, where morality and values are concerned, I feel that some sort of judgment is necessary.  What a person believes and how they act or don’t act in accordance with those beliefs are important.

The observation I want to mention today is obsession with death.  What’s up with that?  Surely most of us believe and accept that death is part of this life.  We have all had a family member, friend or pet die.  Death is part of the system.   It is part of the whole natural cycle and surrounds us.  Where there is life, there is surely death.

Why obsess about it?

Don’t get me wrong, I think that some art mediums properly explore it.  For one example:  flamenco music.

Some mediums totally disrespect it.  For example:  television shows like CSI, NCIS, Law and Order:  Special Victims Unit, Numb3rs, Bones, etc.

I don’t understand why someone would want to watch such garbage.  Who?… on a beautiful spring day with 75 degree weather could sit inside all day long in the dark with the air conditioner blasting –  fixated – all day long – with this?

I don’t get it.

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