Phil Jackson's redevelopment of the New York Knicks is fully underway as the team prepares for the Zen Master's first full season as president. A look at the team's point guard position confirms New York's evolution under Jackson's reign. As recently as June, the Knicks were widely perceived to be stuck with their putrid scenario at the point. Show More Summary
This is how you survive the airport: Arrive early. Arrive early? Sounds simple. It is—let me show you. Arrive so early that a friend will text you, What R U sixty years old? No, you're not sixty, you're much older, because the wisdom of the early arrival seems to have eluded even most sixty-year-old travelers. Read more...
This post is brought to you by Alamex Ltd, creator of Zen Clock. Are you busy on your Mac all the time? Does that little clock in the top right hand corner of your screen govern your life, at least … Read more ›
It seems that Bodhicitta is seldom seen much less discussed in the literature of Zen. Certainly, Zen master Ho-tse Shen-hui (684–758) spoke about it when he said: “Since you have already come to this ordination platform to study the perfection...
As part of a tour for his elBulli catalog, Zen koan master Ferran Adrià has acted as the guest of honor during several dinners thrown in part by publisher Phaidon. Here's a video recap of a recent event in...
Be a research advisor for education at International Rescue Committee Foreign policy wonks: Are you a zen master? Security at ComicCon The psychological effects of poverty People who would like their job postings listed on this blog, please note: I only post job … Continue reading ? The post Links I liked appeared first on Chris Blattman.
Most of us if our life depended up it could not name sixty Western Zen masters let alone claim to have met all of them. But a Chinese seeker of competent Zen masters did just this. His name was Ta-sui...
New York Knicks president Phil Jackson continues to churn out prose for his latest book, Eleven Rings. In a newly-released excerpt of the autobiographical tome, The Zen Master opens up […] The post Phil Jackson Writes That Kobe Bryant Drove Away Dwight Howard appeared first on SLAMonline.
Thank you, Phil Jackson. Thank you. The Zen Master has cleared up one of the most not-so-mysterious mysteries in the NBA: Dwight Howard did, in fact, leave the Los Angeles Lakers for the Houston Rockets because of Kobe Bryant. Mind-melting stuff, I know. We already knew, for the most part. But there’s something about Jackson […]
This is the first part of an exclusive excerpt from Phil Jackson’s newly updated autobiography, in which the Zen Master dishes on Jeanie, Jerry and his time in L.A with the Lakers.
Phil Jackson has gone through the later stages of his NBA career with the "Zen Master" moniker attached to him at the hip, but it's time to add a new descriptive phrase—elite NBA executive. At some point, he might end up with a list of nicknames and titles as long as Daenerys Targaryen's, and he'll deserve every one of them. Show More Summary
The last time that Phil Jackson was a member of the New York Knicks, he was not known for being a "Zen Master" or for having more championship rings than fingers. As a player in the 1960s and '70s "Action Jackson" was known for his incredibly...Show More Summary
Phil Jackson has his own brand of humor and isn't afraid to show it off on Twitter. After learning of Pau Gasol's signing with the Chicago Bulls, the Zen Master tweeted this photo: The photo is from June 30, 2014 when lightning struck three of Chicago's tallest buildings at the exact same moment. Show More Summary
At some point in his cerebral wanderings, New York Knicks president Phil Jackson has probably read the absurdist tragicomedy Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett. In that play, Godot never shows up. Currently, New York's Zen Master is...Show More Summary
Chinese Zen master Guo Jun said that the beginner’s mind is like a vessel that is dirty. No matter what we pour into this dirty vessel; no matter how nutritious it is, it becomes contaminated. Zen Buddhism, and with that,...
Nobody knows how Derek Fisher will work out for Phil Jackson, not even the Zen Master. You can say the same for Steve Kerr out in Golden State.
For this prolific treehouse builder, treehouses are a way to bring the interconnection of nature back to people, "free from all systems or ideology."
Phil Jackson made quite a splash this week with his first set of moves as President of the New York Knicks, with a blockbuster trade and a busy draft kicking off his time at Madison Square Garden. How did the Zen Master do with his first orders of business? Howard Beck grades Jackson when he joins Adam Lefkoe in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Phil Jackson sure has a way with words. A notable quotable for decades now, the Zen Master often nestles a stronger, albeit subtle message in what he leaves unsaid versus what he actually utters. Take, for example, his latest musings...Show More Summary
Two hands clap and there is a sound. What is the sound of one hand? – famous koan attributed to 18th Century Zen master Hakuin Ekaku Friday’s Cancer New Moon at 4:08 am EDT may ultimately... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves Daily Astrology Blog for full links, other content, and more!