“By pushing sentences, words, ideas, images, around on a page…we are trying to cut through the chatter, to recognize what is true.”
Tag Archives: Zen
The Zen of Steve Jobs is a brief, creative re-imagining of Jobs’ relationship with the non-traditional San Francisco Zen teacher Kobun Chino Otogawa.
Anyone with an email account or a television is aware that the popularity of the game of poker is at an all-time high.
Society and the people seem to want to be terminally
‘busy.’ Everyone wants a phone in the car. No one wants
any free-time. The assumption here is that free-time is wasted time,
time better spent getting stuff and getting ahead.
The best thing I can say about the good luck this book brought me is that I didn’t develop my current illness until after reading it and moving on to another.
A sentence is. Is. the packaging of knowledge. Zen is. Is. the attainment of nothing. Nothing. more than “Did I say that?”" What I add is. Is. what I subtract.