When I was in India living close to Tibetan monks and lamas, I was often surprised at the apparently easy-going, laid-back way in which many of them seemed to live their practice. They often responded to my intensity and fervor with the expression kale kalepe TOnang (literally “please go slowly”). Essentially, what they were saying was take it easy, go slowly, and you get there. They seemed highly amused by the attitude I had towards my practice, as though they could not understand why I was so driven. They did not have the underlying emotional disposition in their psyches that said they were not good enough. This does not mean they did not practice and work hard. It meant that they let things be and did not have the neurotic intensity of striving many of us suffer from in the West.
Photo by Anorak’s Appendix.
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The Aloha ‘Oe (Space Dandy cocktail)
3oz Passion fruit puree
1 1/2oz Pineapple Juice
1oz Dark Rum
1oz Southern Comfort
1/2oz Orange Curacao
2 Dashes of Angostura Bitters
Large cup of Ice
Directions: Combine all ingredients into a blender and blend for 5-8 seconds (you don’t want it too finely blended or else it will melt and dilute too quickly). Pour into a Collins glass and garnish with an orange wheel and a cherry (Optional: add dry ice for effect!)
Drink created and photographed by Eddie Strickland.