Life is "Duck Soup"-fun, easy, a piece of cake-when you can laugh at yourself and everything else. Swami Beyondananda, author of Driving Your Own Karma does away with all earnestness and doctrine of whatever stripe as he elaborates on his punny theories. The self-proclaimed leader of a FUNdamentalist Revival (accent on FUN), the Swami advocates putting levity over gravity, and offers seven ways to prevent Truth Decay. According to the Swami, the reason we are put in the material world is to get more material, and Nonjudgment Day is at hand. Although for most of us life is hardly easy, and can easily be hard, Swami says life can easily be easy and hardly be hard at all. "Am I serious?" asks the Swami. "Absolutely not!"
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Life is easier when you laugh...Swami Beyondananda, who never metaphysical question he didn't like, says life is Duck Soup-fun, easy, a piece of cake-when you are the laughingstock.
So get up off your assets and let Swami show you how to release your jestive blockages and turn any stew you're in into Duck Soup.
You're guaranteed to get struck by enlightening, and you'll see that: Fun is FUNdamental; A laugh track has been provided; The reason you're in the material world is to get more material; Non-judgment day is at hand; You are unique, just like everyone else; Whatever it is, peace on it!About the Author:
Swami Beyondananda is the brain child and alter ego of writer Steve Bhaerman, whose workshop "The Alchemy of Humor" is nationally known. Swami has been called a cross between Ram Dass and Haagen Dasz, a combination of Groucho and Gandhi. His nationwide syndicated monthly column delights millions and has been described as "comedy disguised as wisdom" and "wisdom disguised as comedy."
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