Bill Murray, Caddyshack: on playing golf with The Dalai Lama.

Via on Dec 11, 2010

The Zen of Caddyshack?

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So I got that going for me, which is nice:

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2 Responses to “Bill Murray, Caddyshack: on playing golf with The Dalai Lama.”

  1. […] and honoring their Divine Feminine will become par for the course. In fact I’m told by ‘yogi-golfers’ that there is an uncanny similarity between the two, that both bring conscious awareness to the […]

  2. […] Ohio and when I play, I almost always walk. At my country club, if you walk, you’re using a caddie and ever since I began playing the game about fifteen years ago, Carlton has been my caddie. […]

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