It seems all very well and good for men to up and leave their partners and children to acheive enlightenment but someone must look after the children…children need love and nurturing – that to me is the essence of enlightenment. I think I need to go and find some stories about women achieving enlightenment through everyday means, women awakening through being mothers – finding their divinity through piles of dirty nappies and sleepless nights with sick children…
Someone recommended this book to me many years ago and I finally got around to reading it. Its hard to describe exactly what this is, part metaphysical/self-help book, part autobiography/novel, if that makes sense. It supposed to be based on the early life of the author, who admits he took many liberties with the story. In the story, Dan, a young gymnast, meets an attendant at a gas station late one night who makes an impression on him. He gives the old man the nickname Baby Yoda you laugh I laugh you cry I cry you offend my Green Bay Packers I kill you shirt and ends up becoming his protege.
Baby Yoda you laugh I laugh you cry I cry you offend my Green Bay Packers I kill you shirt, hoodie, tank top, ladies tee and sweater.
I’m always skeptical of people who claim that the only way to achieve true happiness and peace of mind is to subscribe to their philosophy 100%, but this was okay, well worth the read. It was a cute little story with a lot of humor. I didn’t get from it what other people have, but I enjoyed it enough to read more of Baby Yoda you laugh I laugh you cry I cry you offend my Green Bay Packers I kill you shirt in the future.