Humanity be damned. Shame on you people, shame on you. Black Friday, without doubt, turned people into cattle. Watch these girls and women storm Victoria’s Secret in Oklahoma. Unbelievable.
All this for bloody yoga pants. Yoga pants, people, yoga fucking pants.
Once again, let me ask you my favourite question — when was the last time you did something for the first time?
My beloved Kelly introduced me to her friend, Mata Amritanandamayi Devi also known as “Amma”, last night. She’s an Indian spiritual leader and guru who’s known for her charity work and of course, she’s known to embrace and hug (over 30+ million and growing) people. I went to her event and I, like many others, got to hug her last night.
Come to think of it, I’m probably the least spiritual person in the world. Ever. When I first entered the Javits Center, I thought I was entering some sort of a cult congregation of white people who found their ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ moment. But after four hours of observation and contemplation, I realized that a little bit of divine intervention from time to time doesn’t hurt.
Hugging her was quite an experience. It was intense. And magical. She looks like what you envision a saint would be. She doesn’t judge. When you approach her, she’ll smile at you and embraces you. Your head goes to her chest. Then you put your arms around her. She’ll chant something for about ten to fifteen seconds and then she grabs your hand and give you either a piece of chocolate or fruit. Then her people tell you to do this whole ‘post-darshan’ thing where you sit on chairs around her to observe her hug other people after you.
It really was crazy — in a good way. I’m so happy I got to see her.
To learn more about Amma, click HERE.
I know very little about Brussels but after watching this documentary about bike messengers, wow, I may have to reconsider about visiting the city. I’m not a big fan of horrendous traffic. In fact, I hate it. My hometown is notorious for traffic too. I have lost countless hours in my life sitting inside the car.
I love the Mayor of Copenhagen. I think a lot of people can pick up a thing or two from him. Also, kudos for introducing wifi in the trains and buses. Amazing.
Those Belgians. Sure, they know drama. And I’m not talking about Raf at Dior…
Have you ever been inside a helicopter? I haven’t. Which is why for my birthday last week, I bought myself a lovely Grand Canyon tour (it’s the best $500 I’ve ever spent in my entire life), complete with a 35 minute ride above the Grand Canyon. I don’t know what came over me because I’m the last person in the world to be obsessed with these ‘nature adventure’ tours but I’m so glad I did it. The Grand Canyon is nothing like I’ve ever seen before. I was blown away by how beautiful it is. Anyway, riding helicopters are fun. I honestly think I could get used to it. I’ve been told by a cab driver in Vegas that Celine Dion regularly commutes by helicopter from her house to where she performs. I need a job that requires me to take helicopter rides every day because the views are like no other.
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I heard Bryanboy was here.
What was meant to be a 40-minute drive from the airport to our rented villa here in Austin turned out into this long 3-hour journey with pit stops at Target and Whole Foods.
Watch and learn.
Oh the hilarity!