Jesse Kornbluth on the ideas of Shunryu Suzuki, the Zen monk responsible for bringing Zen to America, and how his ideas on Buddhism and Zen developed.
Louise Thayer bucks conventional wisdom and says, yes, sweat the small stuff.
I don’t have to act. I can just sit.
“So I say to you tonight, friends: The best defense against bullshit is vigilance. So, if you smell something, say something.”–Jon Stewart, in his last episode of the Daily Show
At the heart of simplicity is slowing down and savoring the simple pleasures that life gives us.
Matthew Rozsa shares his secret for not worrying about the end of world and everything else that makes him anxious.
Brian Beatty offers a brief, Zen-like meditation.
Ty Phillips helps us handle those moments when we feel like screaming.
Finding happiness by loving life like a used car: AS IS
When we need a mindfulness bell to bring us back to the essentials, paring down is that bell for Leo Babauta. Here’s how.
David Chmiel examines the current state of the NY Knicks, where Phil Jackson stirs fading memories of the team’s glorious past with a team not built for the future.
Wabi-sabi isn’t anything new — it dates all the way back to the 12th century. But with the help of Leonard Koren’s book, Jesse Kornbluth demonstrates its uses in the world today.
It’s about mindfulness, about completing what we started, about being present in all we do instead of rushing to the next activity.
Life moves pretty fast. Leo Babauta offers you a minute to catch your breath.