high voltage alert

i have some kind of strange electronic disorder.  you can read a little bit about it in a recent post i wrote here.  it has not subsided even a little.

recently i gave a talk at won temple which was video taped for the website. 2 days later the temple monk e-mailed to inform me that she had no idea what could have happened, but the video camera broke and my talk was not recorded.  she asked if i would be willing to come back and do it over in front of the camera?  how do you explain to a  monk that it has nothing to do with the camera.  i don’t know if boilers count as electronic devices, but right around this time my boiler broke too.

for the 3rd time since november, my itunes crashed completely.

on saturday i had a podcast interview scheduled.  when the interviewer called to begin the interview she was surprised to find that her recording equipment was not working.  she called me back 3 times to start over and each time the equipment failed.  since i don’t know her that well i kept quiet and resisted the urge to tell her she should simply pick another person to interview and her problems would be solved.   we rescheduled for sunday.

as i  left to drive into the city for temple i noticed the time on the clock in my car read  52.  the time remained 52 all the way into the city but fixed itself before my drive home in the afternoon.

this morning when i woke i turned on the lights over the vanity on my way into the bathroom.  with a very loud crackling noise, they all  blew out.  since i changed all 4 light bulbs less than 3 weeks ago, it must have been a blown fuse.  i probably shouldn’t attempt to deal with the fuse box – at least until after i meditate.

the cable box  clock in the living room which read 1000 again yesterday displays no time at all.  today it says “hold” – a clear sign that i made the right choice about meditating first.  (note: the living room & bathroom lights are on 2 completely  different fuses)

after meditating, i walked ivan. we arrived home to find all 4 light bulbs  on in the bathroom.  on my way out of the bedroom i noticed my alarm clock which  was working just fine when i woke an hour earlier, now reads 100.  not 1:00,   –    100.  i don’t attempt to reset it because i think i will just wait & see what it may do on it’s own.   i will check my e-mail instead.  once online, i see a giant banner across the top of the screen of my laptop informing me that my “shockwave plug-in has crashed”.

i should make every attempt today to avoid people who may have a pacemaker.

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“One great question underlies our experience, whether we think about it or not: what is the purpose of life? From the moment of birth every human being wants happiness and does not want suffering.
– Dalai Lama

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  1. Pingback: missing notes! | zen in the city

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