And, here’s some wisdom for the weekend from Bia Ling…
I am grateful for all of you who come here to give me encouragement and support and fun and laugh …..
And as I promised a Zen Buddhist story for you:
In a beautiful high mountain, only sunlight and smile can reach, there is a monk who has shaved his head and with a smile calmly living in his golden rob, a temple sit there on top of the mountain, small but firm, he is the master when his spirit landed from above many years ago, words travels like wind to cities to small towns, to people’s home, many students packed their life and crossed the high mountains wide sea, crossed the snow and the burning heat of the summer, the yellow spring and the fullfilled aultum, they walked far and far away with a hope in their heart just to, and just to be in his light….. And smile and happy…. [Read more]
About the movie, “Drag Me To Hell“:
In a bid to demonstrate her assertiveness to her boss, loan officer Christine Brown (Lohman) denies the request of an elderly Slavic woman for an extension on her mortgage. In desperation, the woman prostrates herself before Christine, begging and kissing the hem of her skirt. As a crowd gathers, Christine harshly rejects the woman’s pleas. That night, the elderly woman, enraged and humiliated, exacts revenge by placing a curse upon Christine, who later learns from a psychic that she is to be tortured for three days by a Lamia before being dragged to hell to burn for eternity. [Source]
The movie hits theaters on May 29th. Watch the trailer here.View All Photos ›