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Sunset Over The Pacific (revisited)

I was feeling nostalgic for my old blog, Loving The Wolf - and for the Pacific, which is two or three hours farther away than it used to be - so here is a rerun of my final post on Loving The Wolf , called Sunset Over The Pacific - posted on Wednesday August 18 2010:    Photograph by Alexander Chow-Stuart. Yesterday, at the end of a day of writing, we took our children to the beach for dinner al fresco as the sun set. It was a reminder of just how beautiful the simplest things can be. Watching children enjoying the ocean is magical in is the sun dipping down over the hills and the beach. We cannot create anything as intensely moving and memorable as a single moment in the company of those we love, or the astonishing complexity and beauty of each instant on this planet... Photograph by Alexander Chow-Stuart. Photograph by Alexander Chow-Stuart.

My First Meditation Workshop - Saturday April 14 from 1:30pm-3:30pm

Many thanks to Gary Linehan and the Union Democrat in Sonora for this article about my upcoming Meditation Workshop - The Pleasure of Breathing - at the Central Sierra Arts Council in Sonora, on Saturday April 14 from 1:30pm-3:30pm. (Please click on the image above to read it more easily.) Please note that the address of the Arts Council is 193 S. Washington Street (opposite the Bank of America building at the intersection with Stockton) - and please bring a cushion or yoga mat with you, if you can. Everyone is welcome! Tickets are $25 - or $10 for students. Please call 310-383-7562 for more details of what I like to call Lazy Buddhism - a central part of my life for the past 21 years, and the core of how I look at the world and our beautiful cosmos. Thank you - and namaste, Alexander

Chillin' at Intel

Recharging my circuits...

The Early Days: The Intel Museum

The early days of chip design, when things were really fun!

Robert Noyce: The Intel Museum

We're at the Intel Museum. Inspiring words: