Charles Clanton Rogers

Reflections based on poetry, music, visual art, book reviews, history of science, first-person history, philosophical essays and International Blogging

As my readers know, I like to communicate with people of varying views. I’ve written several blogs trying to get people with alternate views to listen to one another without playing The Zero-Sum Game”. The values we share are greater than our differences. bbnewsab and I are having a very enriching exchanges. Check in. Let’s try to build some bridges. ccr

Mass Delusions a.k.a. Magical & Religious Woo-Bullshit Thinking

Rosa Rubicondior: The Wit and Wisdom of Deepak!.

This is hilarious reading. Thank you, Rosa! You made my day!

A QUOTE: It has been said by some that the thoughts and tweets of Deepak Chopra are indistinguishable from a set of profound sounding words put together in a random order, particularly the tweets tagged with “#cosmisconciousness” [sic!]. This site aims to test that claim! Each “quote” is generated from a list of words that can be found in Deepak Chopra’s Twitter stream randomly stuck together in a sentence.

Why not take the test yourself?

See if you can pick out the genuine Deepak Chopra quotes taken at random from his twitter feed, from the randomly generated fictional Deepak Chopra quotes from this site.

Enjoy sentences like: A compassionate heart, tapping into the inner ocean of unconditional acceptance, flows in waves of love.

Oh yeah! Peace & Love upon that. 

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One thought on “Feeling sad today? Then have a look at Rosa Rubicondior: The Wit and Wisdom of Deepak!

  1. bbnewsab says:

    Thanks for your kindness to share this blog post on your own blog, clanton1934, although my posts generally are not soothing and peaceful like yours but instead rather provoking and annoying.

    In that way we are each other’s opposites. It’s not like in homeopathy, you know the saying that “similar attracts (or cures) similar”.

    But you and I seem to prosper and get on well in each other’s company.

    I’m so glad I met you. It was the blogger Rachel – or Rachie as I prefer to call her – Griffin who in a way brought us together.

    BTW, talking of verbal bullshit, have you heard of the corporate bullshit generator, clantong1934?

    Otherwise take a look here: .

    Like Rosa Rubicondior (see above) and her take on the Deepak Chopra’s B.S. Text Generator, I too find that abuse of words/sentences hilarious.

    And as you can see this Corporate B.S. Generator is also capable of producing verbal manure.

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