The Tao works in mysterious ways. Mostly, for me, through the Internet. If ultimate truth ever speaks to me, I figure it will be via my MacBook.
So I smiled sagely -- my natural expression -- when I clicked on an email that informed me Bob Tzu now was following me on Twitter.
Twitter etiquette demanded that I take a look at Bob's page to see if his Tweets were interesting enough to make me want to follow him.
Which, they were. Bob Tzu had me at...
Tomorrow, I will live in the present.
Little things add up. If every day u found just 1 penny, after a 1 year you'll only need to borrow $1.05 for a Venti Frappuccino.
If you want to be respected by others, start by respecting yourself, and then give them money and flatter them for no reason.
Nice. I felt pleasantly de-enlightened already.
So it didn't take me long to absorb the essence (heck, for all I know, the whole shebang) of Duhism. For obvious reasons, to me this seemed to be the most important teaching.
It's the same with The Duh.
The real Duh cannot be spoken. Only blogged and Tweeted.
Realizing that I'd found a source of spiritual wisdom that is as attuned to the almighty "Who the hell knows?" as the crap I write, I downloaded for free The Duh of Success.
The price was a bit steep, given what I learned from the book.
But it was nice to be able to start reading it at 9:24 am and be done by 9:25 am. I like my cosmic wisdom to come fast and hard, which is one of the more unintentionally erotic lines I've written recently.