Al et al,

Since we're on a lighter note I'd like to pass on that 'chi' in Thai 
is a verb that means 'to pee'.  I always think of that when I read 
JMJM's posts.  Maybe that's why I've had such a hard time swallowing 
his admonitions to embrace the chi.

...Bill!


--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Fitness63" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> So you finally let go of your mistaken notions and accept CHI? 
> 
> very good grasshopper. 
> 
> Now understand CHI. 
> 
> CHI is everywhere. CHIcks, CHIhuahuas, CHIn, CHIna, CHIcano, 
CHIcago, CHIli, CHIle, etc.
> 
> Get in touch with CHI. Ride your CHI. 
> 



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