. . . as if the world needs another yogi . . .
There's no greater teacher than experience! Telling a child not to touch the hot stove is nothing compared to getting a blister on the finger! :-)
Yes indeed .... I'm always telling my children that the best way to learn anything is to 'do it', and don't be afraid of making mistakes, getting things wrong or failure ... there is no failure, only a learning experience. The more you practice anything, the better you become.......however, I'm still not going to be picking up our cat, 'Princess Paws of MurMurchee', by her tail ....well she is Royalty after all ;-)
I agree as well. Nothing like direct experience being the best teacher. We have a saying too. 'There are no mistakes, only discoveries'.We have two cats...they're royalty too.
....but of course they are, it goes without saying ....Thanks Shinzen for your outstanding contribution to 'Discovering New Experiences' within the blogosphere!
A Thank You right back-atcha Doug. It's always fun having someone to play with who has a great sense and balance of humor and wisdom.