The Thai State of Mind

by Ken | 20th April 2012

What do I have to say about the “Thai” state of mind?  I’m not sure what analogies to pull out of my analogy bag?   You get what you give —  Peace is more than a state of mind —  When your Smiling, when your smiling, the whole world smiles with you. –(Oh Yea, that’s an old song)

I guess the Buddhist saying “Don’t sweat the small stuff — It’s all small stuff” sums it up.

Thai folks are unpretentios, and they say what they feel without any agenda. Take this sign  for example. You don’t want people farting on your bus so you post this icon:

All I can say is it felt to me like the Thai culture has at it’s core “peacefulness.”

I did see some kids playing “shoot-em-up” video games on a few occasions, and frankly I felt a bit ashamed that this is one of the imports from the West.

Curtesy, openness and honesty are traits that Thais embrace and I seek out in all my relations wherever in the Universe I may be.


That’s about all I have to say on my Thailand travel blog.  Here’s another short clip highlighting my next destination.  (Click the link below) 

  Think about me next Full Moon!



3 Responses to “The Thai State of Mind”

  1. Lisa Guscott

    Apr 22nd, 2012 :

    what a nice ride I had with all your pic’s and wonderful words. Thanks,
    Love you.

  2. Jacques

    Apr 22nd, 2012 :

    You realy enjoy the travel Ken! I’m happy about that.
    Next time the moon? There are no scooters…………

  3. Gina

    Apr 24th, 2012 :

    Thank you for taking me on a great trip with you. I feel like I have been there now. North Idaho is amazing and fun too. Enjoy.

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