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Living the Life of the Dude / Recently Quit My Job
« Last post by mnale0507 on July 27, 2016, 01:08:31 PM »
Now I'm unemployed.

Wife makes good money, though..will be working part time doing odd jobs.

Anyone else ever found themselves almost exactly in the Dude's predicament?

If so, how was it?
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Living the Life of the Dude / Re: The dude and weight loss
« Last post by Jianblade on July 27, 2016, 09:55:15 AM »
Lay off the Tai stick to avoid the munchies.
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Living the Life of the Dude / The dude and weight loss
« Last post by thevideoartist on July 27, 2016, 09:34:36 AM »
I've been meaning to lose some weight.  Not really because I have issues with my body or because I have health problems as a result of putting on 40 or so pounds in the last few years, mainly because my clothes don't fit well anymore and buying all new ones will be expensive for someone as tall as I am.  Since dudism can help a person be more balanced and whatnot I'd assume the body is part of that right?  Are there any dudes out there who have a more laid back approach to dropping pounds and living well?  Dieting is expensive (unless you do a scary crash diet and eat only mealworms and lemon peels for 3 months or something stupid) and exercise is exhausting. 

Any dudes out there inspired to eat healthier and master their metabolism as a result of dudism or had dudism play a role in any way towards it?  I'm wary of being hung up on the result instead of enjoying the journey, but is there a weight loss journey that is more of it's own reward rather than the result?  Look forward to your stories.
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Living the Life of the Dude / A Simple Scholar
« Last post by Jianblade on July 26, 2016, 09:15:26 PM »
Hey Dudes!

So, I was listening to a podcast on Ancient Greek Philosophy, and listened to episodes particularly focused on Epicureanism. To sum up, Epicurus thought that the way to having inner peace is to live a simple life and to keep oneself intellectually stimulated.

He had four main tennets for living a simple, tranquil life.

1. Believe in the many invisible possibilities one has in their life, and not to give into the fear of life, because it is generated by ignorance of these possibilities

2. There's nothing to fear in death, because death is an extension of life.

3.  Good can be attained readily, as in, you can find happiness in the moment if you look for it carefully

4. If one is peaceful on the inside, the fear of the unknown can be endured if one is mindful of the happiness in the moment

Another aspect of Epicureanism is the idea of the simple scholar.

Epicurus though that the traditional mode of attaining happiness through material success, i.e. becoming rich and powerful are fleeting pleasures. The reason getting something brings pleasure is because it implies the possibility of more. People don't derive happiness from the moment, they derive it from the possibility of a better future. This could be sustainable if life was perfect...but it's not, life is messy, we're gonna have disappointments. There are going to be times when we want something we cannot have, there are going to be times when our expectations of life won't come through.

Epicurus thought that finding happiness in simple things that are readily around you rather than in the future. Simple things like reading a book, and visiting with a friend are more meaningful because the hinge on being in the moment rather than expecting something in the future. Think about when you spend time with friends, you're not staring at the clock waiting for the future to come, quite the opposite actually, you're hoping that time slows to a halt, so you can spend eternity in the moment you're sharing with someone or hoping the book never ends.
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General Discussion / Re: Random chat thread
« Last post by RandoRock on July 26, 2016, 03:19:55 AM »
My weekend starts in one hour and forty minutes! Believe me it is much needed.
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General Discussion / Re: Random chat thread
« Last post by Liam_123 on July 24, 2016, 03:21:03 PM »
I hope all you dudes had a great weekend

Sent from my SM-G903W using Tapatalk

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The Dude De Ching / Re: Translation to Croatian
« Last post by Big the Cat on July 22, 2016, 11:42:19 PM »
I'd start with The Abide Guide, dude. Maybe you could ask Oliver Benjamin and/or Dwayne Eutsy.
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General Discussion / Re: stopped in to say Hi
« Last post by Big the Cat on July 22, 2016, 11:40:26 PM »
I'm a newbie too but welcome dude!
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John Kabat-Zinn's work is good. However, I really dug Secular Meditation by Rick Heller (a wiser fella than myself). It evaluates different kinds of meditation scientifically so it's accessible regardless of your beliefs. Importantly, it start with metta (lovingkindness) meditation because the author (rightly, in this dude's mind) argues that meditation can be used unethically. Metta and mindfulness really ties your mind together. Far out dude!
 
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Living the Life of the Dude / Re: When to Draw a Line in the Sand
« Last post by Big the Cat on July 22, 2016, 11:26:03 PM »
Guess we gotta take it on a case by case basis then.
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God damn it!! Is there a Ralph's anywhere near?
 

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