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   By 資深行山人 on Wednesday, October 03, 2007 - 6:31 pm:  Edit

吸一支煙,心跳率每分鐘會多加十次至十五次.飲用含有咖啡因的飲料,會刺激和引發壓力荷爾蒙的產生.缺乏維他命B會成為慢性壓力的來源.經常於晚間工作的人士,由於他們的內在時鐘和生理節奏均受到干擾而較易陷於壓力狀態.太冷或太熱極度的氣候會對身體構成壓力,並會引致創傷,甚致死亡.空氣質素,噪音,電磁場,社交心理因素,個人的性格也是壓力源.

   By Mooncake on Monday, July 30, 2007 - 8:23 am:  Edit

大熱天時請人吃mooncake,糖份油份兼膽固醇又高,吃了不減壓反增壓,只會熱上加熱,悶上加悶.將mooncake暫時放入冰箱冰格裡冷藏.都係去Iceland暫時避壓好過咯.熱親,悶親,煩僧,悶親

   By 創意減壓 on Friday, July 27, 2007 - 8:17 am:  Edit

能透過與電腦談情而創意設計一個現時全世界都沒有的電腦程式或電腦遊戲,這就是有意義、有貢獻兼有創意的減壓.

   By 悶親 on Thursday, July 26, 2007 - 5:21 pm:  Edit

無聊人被無聊人自製無聊無聊悶親,悶親!

   By on Thursday, July 26, 2007 - 8:29 am:  Edit

對,無聊人不要被無聊人自製無聊人悶親啊!

   By 無聊人 on Wednesday, July 25, 2007 - 9:05 pm:  Edit

行山時不要被無聊人悶親就可以減壓啦!

   By Critical Thinking on Thursday, May 10, 2007 - 7:19 pm:  Edit

Hiking is a wonderful way to relax body and mind.

   By 老人家 on Sunday, February 18, 2007 - 8:46 am:  Edit

凡人:

祝你新年快樂,身體健康,健步如飛。

[老人家]其實過去一段時候偶爾仍有在這裡塗鴉,不過用了另一個稱號,因為[老人家]覺得這個稱號所帶來給我的[得著]開始令人有點疲累,應該休息一會。

   By 凡人 on Saturday, February 17, 2007 - 3:31 pm:  Edit

轉眼間狗去豬來,又ㄧ年啦!祝各位網友新春大吉,萬事如意,「老人家」不知還有沒有上網呢!過去ㄧ年未能拜讀大作,有點遺憾!祝「老人家」老如松柏,福壽延年,身體健康,萬事如意•「過客」兄你又如何呀?你去年留下的四句(昨天已逝、明日是迷、還看今朝、盡力而為),非常受用.新年伊始,萬象更新,祝你新春大吉、萬事如意,身壯力健,縱橫山嶺,健步如飛•

   By 凡人 on Wednesday, February 08, 2006 - 10:38 pm:  Edit

各抒已見,各取所需,交流言論,遨遊行山網,好!好!好!有意思.

   By 行山人 on Tuesday, February 07, 2006 - 11:55 pm:  Edit

無厘頭就是無厘頭,有淡泊就不妄想,有人認同不等於"吹捧",表意不清不等於藏頭露尾,各抒己見,各取所需,遨遊行山網呀!

   By 小fans on Tuesday, February 07, 2006 - 10:35 pm:  Edit

無厘頭呀,無厘頭,你都好耐冇講過野啦,依家講D野我又唔明,最近你有冇去行山減壓呀!你係點樣架?點認你呀?

   By 無厘頭 on Monday, February 06, 2006 - 10:06 pm:  Edit

「淡泊無欲,清靜自守」,何來壓力?「天下本自無事,祇是庸人擾之」。行事鬼鬼祟祟,說話藏頭露尾,自詡德高望重,偏好指點江山,卻欠了些讀書人溫雅的氣質,妄想人人「吹捧拍托」,當然「活」得辛苦。拜託!

   By 山龜閒人 on Monday, February 06, 2006 - 8:50 pm:  Edit

凡人君:
青春雖已逝
我至愛食吉
祝快步上頂

   By 青山閒人 on Monday, February 06, 2006 - 8:40 pm:  Edit

過客君:
昨天雖已逝
明曰齊獻世
還看壓力事
盡力苦當甘

   By 老人家 on Sunday, February 05, 2006 - 6:42 pm:  Edit

凡人兄

現在才看了你1月27日的post,本已決定<收聲>,只看不寫的老人家也要食言了:祝你新春快樂,健步如飛,身體健康!

有甚麼要交流的,電郵給我好了。在這裡<日軍侵港>那個課題我今天也是用電郵回應了Tony Banham。電郵所代表的虛擬世界應該會清靜點;話唔定我都想向你請教如何才不迷惘呢!

   By 無厘頭 on Sunday, February 05, 2006 - 4:49 pm:  Edit

「老人家」已經超凡入聖,升髐W去啦!

   By 凡人 on Saturday, February 04, 2006 - 10:44 pm:  Edit

很懷念(老人家),十多天看不到你的益智言論,若有所失,有點迷惘!

   By Sundance on Saturday, February 04, 2006 - 8:40 am:  Edit

流言 in this discussion? Why, this is the most cogent & intelligent discussion in this site! I've learned so much I'd like to thank all the participants and wish you all a great new year.

   By 小鬍子如花 on Friday, February 03, 2006 - 1:41 am:  Edit

:-{ 有時見倒泥度D流言,個心都會跳快左,希望大家實話實話,o米放流料!!!

   By 過客 on Wednesday, February 01, 2006 - 10:04 am:  Edit

野鶴兄:
平常心其實都好昜,就係冬天來時就過冬天的生活,夏天來時就過夏天的生活,

   By 閒雲野鶴 on Tuesday, January 31, 2006 - 10:22 pm:  Edit

過客兄:今天大年初三才有空開機看看,先祝萬事勝意,身壯力健,龍馬精神.
提到(平常心),如果人人做事都抱著(平常心)去做,不要執著,則煩惱會減少很多,人就會平和得多,但(平常心)說易行難,不容易做得到.
心不開朗就是苦,心境豁達就能轉苦為樂.
希望大家可以心情開朗,笑口常開.

   By 小鬍子如花 on Monday, January 30, 2006 - 1:32 am:  Edit

:-{ 間中在網上世界浮遊,有助小弟減壓!!
一元復始小弟在此恭祝大家:出入平安,事事如意!!

   By 過客 on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 10:26 am:  Edit

Sorry,因電腦問題,貼多左,見諒.

   By 過客 on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 10:21 am:  Edit

凡兄:
首先多謝你的祝福,我係一個唔大又唔細的人,其實我勿都唔識,只係在這嵒憬C,車天車地,不過在堻ˇヮ鴗痐硈布[,好啦,唔講癈話,今日大年初一,我都要向各位前&後輩拜年,祝各位萬事如意,身體健康,出入&上落平安,健步如飛,希望大家用平常心處事,咁就會開心D,壓力都少,以下幾句希望大家受用,(( 昨天已逝,明日是迷,還看今朝,盡力而為))拜拜lo.

   By 過客 on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 10:19 am:  Edit

凡兄:
首先多謝你的祝福,我係一個唔大又唔細的人,其實我勿都唔識,只係在這嵒憬C,車天車地,不過在堻ˇヮ鴗痐硈布[,好啦,唔講癈話,今日大年初一,我都要向各位前&後輩拜年,祝各位萬事如意,身體健康,出入&上落平安,健步如飛,希望大家用平常心處事,咁就會開心D,壓力都少,以下幾句希望大家受用,(( 昨天已逝,明日是迷,還看今朝,盡力而為))拜拜lo.

   By 過客 on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 10:19 am:  Edit

凡兄:
首先多謝你的祝福,我係一個唔大又唔細的人,其實我勿都唔識,只係在這嵒憬C,車天車地,不過在堻ˇヮ鴗痐硈布[,好啦,唔講癈話,今日大年初一,我都要向各位前&後輩拜年,祝各位萬事如意,身體健康,出入&上落平安,健步如飛,希望大家用平常心處事,咁就會開心D,壓力都少,以下幾句希望大家受用,(( 昨天已逝,明日是迷,還看今朝,盡力而為))拜拜lo.

   By 過客 on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 10:16 am:  Edit

凡兄:
首先多謝你的祝福,我係一個唔大又唔細的人,其實我勿都唔識,只係在這嵒憬C,車天車地,不過在堻ˇヮ鴗痐硈布[,好啦,唔講癈話,今日大年初一,我都要向各位前&後輩拜年,祝各位萬事如意,身體健康,出入&上落平安,健步如飛,希望大家用平常心處事,咁就會開心D,壓力都少,以下幾句希望大家受用,(( 昨天已逝,明日是迷,還看今朝,盡力而為))拜拜lo.

   By 過客 on Sunday, January 29, 2006 - 10:15 am:  Edit

凡兄:
首先多謝你的祝福,我係一個唔大又唔細的人,其實我勿都唔識,只係在這嵒憬C,車天車地,不過在堻ˇヮ鴗痐硈布[,好啦,唔講癈話,今日大年初一,我都要向各位前&後輩拜年,祝各位萬事如意,身體健康,出入&上落平安,健步如飛,希望大家用平常心處事,咁就會開心D,壓力都少,以下幾句希望大家受用,(( 昨天已逝,明日是迷,還看今朝,盡力而為))拜拜lo.

   By 凡人 on Friday, January 27, 2006 - 3:41 pm:  Edit

狗年還有兩天就來臨了,雞去狗來,祝各位網友新春大吉,萬事勝意,身體健康.
「老人家」老如松柏,益壽延年,看你的言論令我獲益良多.
過客兄應是年輕人,祝身壯力健、恭喜發財.
山澗閒人:很久不見了,好嗎?祝青春長駐,笑口常開.
山龜閒人:不知何時才可與你風雨同路於山嶺間呢?祝身體健康,青春長駐,新春大吉.

   By Sundance on Tuesday, January 24, 2006 - 2:46 pm:  Edit

{You are still in high school, aren’t you?}
老人家, My Chinese must be really horrible, eh! (Laugh) I wish I were as young as you thought I was. I left HK when I was that young and didn't have much opportunity to practise speaking or writing Chinese. That was decades ago; and that's why I said posts like yours are a great service for exiles like me. We don't often have a chance to talk with someone with such depth and thoughtfulness, in any language.
I would love to learn more about life and spirituality from you, but I know you have to go off somewhere. Have a good day, wherever you're going, 後會有期!

   By 路上 on Tuesday, January 24, 2006 - 2:46 pm:  Edit

老人家的<壓垮駱駝虹脊的麥桿>和過客的問心是異曲同工,每個人壓力的爆炸點不同,才要學習'問心'(馬上超的'開心指數'可能很高,或還不需要學習'問心')行山友常分享行山路程,我們在這一欄也分享人的心路,也是樂善行呀!在時間的沉積後面,某個程度的跌打滾爬之後,在正視自己的生老病死,想去圓滿它又常會有'孤獨感',這樣子的討論開放互動應該是有意義的,只要把握自己的:問,澄,明(心),走在路上自然行得安穩.<lee:life>所有色彩都來自自然,總有和你一起喜歡的,山野的顏色不也是生長有序,對嗎?

   By Lee on Tuesday, January 24, 2006 - 12:29 pm:  Edit

You have never stopped to amaze me by your depth of knowledge and a wealth of life experience. I truly appreciate your time. Thanks again.

   By 老人家 on Monday, January 23, 2006 - 10:37 pm:  Edit

I am doing a service for people like you? If I really am, tell us about it some other time. What amazes me, you know, is your appreciation of the “wilderness”, AND what it really means deep inside us (you are still in high school, aren’t you?). You won’t believe it. What you have been saying is a lesson to me.

In my last post I mentioned the temptation of Jesus Christ in the wilderness. In the Orient, the wilderness actually was also often associated with spirituality (or the mind). Here is an extract from an article on Zazen (Zazen Youjinki, 坐禪用心記) by a famous Japanese Zen master, Keizan Jokin (瑩山紹瑾). It advises WHERE people should go if they want to do zazen (Zen meditation).

叢林之中。善知識處。深山幽谷。可依止之。綠水青山。是經行之處。谿邊樹下。是澄心之處也。

In fact the hills or the wilderness have always been associated with things spiritual in the Chinese culture. When people want to achieve some spiritual attainment, they would 上山修練. All the Chinese Zen masters lived in the hills. Why do they choose the wilderness for spiritual attainment? Coincidence? I believe that there must be reasons other than peace and quiet.

It’s nice talking to you. However, I’ve got to go now. Bye and take care.

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野鶴及過客兄。老人家昨日如此回應兩位是因與Sundance 小弟弟(相信是吧?)對話之餘,再拜讀兩位如此抬舉小弟那些<塗鴉>的回應,特然很有感觸。兩位之言雖然絕對出於善意,但也變成了<壓垮駱駝背脊的麥桿>(The straw that breaks the camel’s back) 間接令小弟從渾噩中猛然驚醒。小弟當然不能詳述個中原因,但是衷心感謝兩位,懇請不要誤以為小弟言中令有他意。

猛然驚醒的老人家現在可以收拾心情,走回自己應走的路。

後會有期。

   By Sundance on Monday, January 23, 2006 - 11:38 am:  Edit

老人家, Thanks for writing in both Chinese and English; you're doing a great service for people like myself, who live halfway around the world.

You are right about Willa Cather's quote. The "Hapiness" quote actually comes from the main character (a boy named Jim) in Willa Cather's famous novel, My Antonia. Jim lost his parents and was sent on a horse-drawn wagon to his grandparents in 19th-century Nebraska. The book is about growing up in this fascinating landscape through the boy's eyes.

Cather also wrote "Death Comes for the Archibishop", another famous novel set in New Mexico. I think you would enjoy them.

   By 老人家 on Sunday, January 22, 2006 - 9:36 pm:  Edit

野鶴,過客兄,老人家拜讀兩位的評論,真個<無言>以對。自己知自己事,我其實早已知自己似乎不知情下拜了那位自稱是<九龍皇帝>的曾先生為師,只不過他與我的塗鴉地點不同而已。得兩位指點,感激之餘,我自己也會好好處理一下。

   By 老人家 on Sunday, January 22, 2006 - 9:18 pm:  Edit

Alas, I've never heard about Willa Catha. That quote, as I understand it, has something to do with the life of settlers who came to Nebraska and wanted to call it home.

Why we hike in the wilderness? I think it's the wilderness that really matters. It's the end. Hiking is only the means. You wouldn't want to arrive in the wilderness in a chopper, would you?

Wilderness has an attraction by itself. It's spiritual, if you really open your eyes to it. To most, it might just be physical. No wonder Jesus Christ faced temptation in the wilderness, and not in any man-made environment.

Are you with me?

   By Sundance on Sunday, January 22, 2006 - 4:30 am:  Edit

...How about one more answer to the original question of why we hike in the wilderness:
"That is happiness; to be dissolved into something complete and great." - Willa Cather (1873-1947)

   By Sundance on Sunday, January 22, 2006 - 3:23 am:  Edit

Ha! I'd better stick to using English here! I see I'm not the only one impressed by 老人家's insights. What a pleasure to meet such a rare "treasure"!

   By 羅賓漢 on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 11:35 pm:  Edit

香港地真係多假鬼佬,中英不通,兩頭都不岸,真慘!

   By 過客 on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 11:09 pm:  Edit

野鶴兄又浦頭,英雄所見略同,真過引.

   By 閒雲野鶴 on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 10:49 pm:  Edit

老人家的言論,令人看得嘆為觀止,中、英文都得,真令人佩服,有深度,夠淵博,非ㄧ般凡人可比.

   By 老人家 on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 7:32 pm:  Edit

Hi, Lee. If you are really into things about "life", I'd highly recommend this one. I love it. Don't be misled by the name of the site. It's got nothing to do with Buddhism, really. You may come across things which look like "obscenities". No, trust me. You won't find these there.

American Buddha

   By Lee on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 6:52 pm:  Edit

Thanks for the referral of the articles. This is great and that's what I want. I need time to digest them. Talking to a seasoned person like you is a bonus to my life. Thank you.

   By 老人家 on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 6:20 pm:  Edit

Right, but I'd say "TOO MANY people do not understand simple life is the best until too late." Learning about what life is all about isn't simple. This website here, for example, is certainly not the best location for learning it. Browse a bit more, and you'd know what I mean.

This site looks more like it:

Chuck Gallozzi

   By Lee on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 5:53 pm:  Edit

A lot of people do not understand simple life is the best until too late.

Grab your time and enjoy life as much as possible.

   By 老人家 on Saturday, January 21, 2006 - 5:40 pm:  Edit

Yes, Lee. Life is beautiful, and we should make the most of it. One caveat, though: if you REALLY understand this deceptively simple sentence. I trust that you do. I've been around here since 2002 and I've never seen anything like yours. Not the part about me, of course, but the part on life. I'd say you've done your bit by saying something that really has a meaning behind it. Whether that is understood or appreciated is another matter. I am not optimistic, though. Nice to have chatted with you.


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