(3:00) Bizarre Thursday afternoon hoops game but a dub's a dub! (11:00) Trio of prep enrollees step to mic -- big fan of Kanaya! (19:00) NCAA constitution being reworked, don't know what it means but the new world is setting in (28:00) What's up with coaches turning down jobs going public? (32:00) Favorite (recent) FSU moment, not counting beating Auburn (49:00) Tate and Duffy enough (1:03:00) The one rule we could change... Music: Muse - Won't Stand Down Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jake and Stacy welcome on ESPN's Mike Golic Jr. to get hour two underway. Why does Golic personally think this is the end of the Pete Carroll/John Schneider/Russell Wilson era in Seattle? He explains. In Four Down Territory, which two Seahawks does Jake think will be difficult to re-sign this offseason? On The Timeline, one Baseball Hall of Fame candidate has beef with a voter who left him off his ballot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Trio is back, and they talked about Session Zero…the pitfalls, and maybe some definitions. Discord: https://discord.gg/ec8SV7bRKn Chapter Markers: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:55 - Patron Praisings 00:01:31 - Look What I Found! 00:21:46 - Main Topic: Session Zero Pitfalls 01:02:17 - Outro 01:03:12 - Ron's Joke
(2:00) FSU takes down Duke in OT in a thriller -- and absolute must have for tourney chances (15:00) Trio of transfers met with media, the guys share their thoughts (25:00) FSU adds Oregon RB Trey Benson -- good tools but little production thus far (30:00) Why 10 wins, Aslan? Do they had a special QB and more special dudes overall? (41:00) What's next in the portal? (48:00) Does Dugans not get any credit for the transfer WRs? (52:00) Asking the defense to step up again? (1:02:00) Looking at the schedule. Ok, 10 wins might be a stretchhhh Music: Lemaitre - Bedsti Bounce Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Schon in den 2000ern haben The Wombats die Welt des Indie-Pop und -Rock massiv geprägt. Mit Songs wie „Let's Dance to Joy Division“ oder „Kill The Director“ landete das Trio große Erfolge und animierte viele andere Bands, auf ihren energetischen Sound aufzuspringen. Aber keiner macht Indie wie die Wombats. Die treibenden Songs und die ausgeprägte Stimme von Sänger Matthew Murphy garantieren aus jedem Festival-Auftritt der Band ein Erlebnis zu machen und sorgen dafür, dass die Band auch 2022 noch eine feste Größe der Szene darstellt. Tatsächlich sind The Wombats wahrscheinlich relevanter denn je, denn erst kürzlich ging ihr Song „Greek Tragedy“ auf TikTok viral - und das über sechs Jahre nach seiner eigentlichen Veröffentlichung. Die Musik von The Wombats fällt zwischen den Zeilen häufig zynisch aus, hat aber gleichzeitig auch ihren lebensfrohen Seiten. Aber wie hält man eine lebensbejahende Einstellung aufrecht, wenn um einen herum alles den sprichwörtlichen Bach runtergeht? „Fix yourself, not the world“, schlägt die Band mit dem Titel ihres frisch erschienenen fünften Albums vor. Über diesen philosophischen Namen sprechen wir mit Sänger Matthew Murphy im Podcast-Interview, außerdem geht es um ihren plötzlichen Tiktok-Hype und die Kunst, optimistische Musik in düsteren Zeiten zu machen.
Ronaldo, Anna- Lena und Reiner Calmund - was für ein Trio - exklusiv bei Herz Seele Ball
Trio is back. Kurt, Sully, and Sam are back with another podcast, and it's a fun one. The guys go through their 2021 NFL playoff predictions, predicting how each team will do in the upcoming playoffs. Lots of surprises, upsets, and much more from each guys' bracket, and it's something you don't wanna miss. Make sure to follow us on Instagram @AllSportsCulture and subscribe to the podcast!
It's the second instalment from our live show at the Chichester Festival Theatre and in this episode Susie and Gyles take us through the revolving doors of the language of hotels. Gyles re-visits his days as an MP as we uncover the origin of the word ‘lobby' and Susie reveals the icy reason why at 15, she aspired to be a hotel manager! Fortunately for us, Susie instead decided to become a lexicographer and takes us on a few further visits to hostels and chamber chums with detours to pickets and prisons along the way. The 1000 strong crowd at Chichester put Susie and Gyles to the test with their questions (transcribed below) and came up with some very inventive definitions for Susie's Trio. Questions from the live audience - TRANSCRIPTION: Sarah Brocker, - “Where does the word Trug for a garden basket come from?” David Lambert, Chichester - “What is the origin of the word ‘Flapjacket', it sounds as if it should be made of surgical steel doesn't it?" Audience member 3 - "At university, I used the word ‘somewhen', and people looked at me like I was stupid?" Audience member 4 - “How do you pronounce Gif?” A Somethin' Else production. To buy SRWP mugs and more head to.... https://kontraband.shop/collections/something-rhymes-with-purple If you would like to sign up to Apple Subs please follow this link https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/something-rhymes-with-purple/id1456772823 and make sure that you are running the most up-to-date IOS on your computer/device otherwise it won't work. If you would like to see Gyles and Susie LIVE and in person on our Something Rhymes With Purple UK Tour then please go to https://www.tiltedco.com/somethingrhymeswithpurple for tickets and more information. Susie's Trio: Griffonage - sloppy or careless handwriting Cachinnate - loud cackle Cancatevate - to heap stuff into a pile Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the first episode of the Main Event for 2022, The Trio of Terror discuss all the news in pro wrestling, including: -More WWE Releases, and what is going on behind closed doors with Vince & Triple H -The High's & Low's of AEW Dynamite's first episode of the new year -A quick Impact Hard to Kill Preview -Big News in the NWA So sit back, don't get COVID and enjoy the new year's first episode of the Main Event!
Noah Strom plays keyboards and Sam Ryan plays the guitar. They form the core of the Noah Strom Trio, performing at Umbra in Minneapolis, 7 till 10 PM this Friday and Saturday night. The group plays old jazz plus some new compositions that sound old. When the two got together with Phil Nusbaum, Noah explained how the group works.
WISCONSIN MUSIC PODCAST Episode 061 DIET LITE MILWAUKEE ROCK N ROLL COMPANY We're Diet Lite. We're alright. A powerful trio showcasing catchy riffs, creative songwriting, and a brand of energy that could be canned and sold at grungy, filth-caked 7/11's worldwide. Diet Lite is a refreshing, low calorie way to get your face melted. Starting as a collection of various recording projects between drummer Evan Marsalli and guitarist Kelson Kuzdas, the band later brought guitarist Max Niemann into the fold. Diet Lite paradoxically consists of two guitarists and zero bassists. With neither of them able to concede as the lesser guitarist, and a refusal to submit to the way of the axe, Max and Kelson instead trade the bass when playing live. In other words, Diet Lite is two bands for the cost of one! This indie-alternative-punk group showcases spicy hooks, pungent absurdity, and the spirit of drunken collaboration. The group takes pride in active bass lines, melodically forward verses, and familiar yet fresh material inspired by the acts the likes of Parquet Courts, Twin Peaks, Pavement, The White Stripes, Tame Impala, Nirvana, Velvet Underground, Courtney Barnett, Led Zeppelin, Oasis, Blink-182, Carseat Headrest, Wilco, Built to Spill, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Weezer, Arctic Monkeys, AC/DC, Beastie Boys, The Strokes, Sublime, Cymbals Eat Guitars, The Clash, Cage the Elephant, Vampire Weekend, and Bob Dylan. - Diet Lite - https://linktr.ee/dietlitemusic
Let's get this year started off right, by kicking ass in our lives! Please send your 2022 topic ideas, questions, requests, etc. As always, thank you for listening- please share, rate, review! xoxo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/entrepreneurial-juggernaut/support
Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with Sweden-based Jazz Guitarist Tassos Spiliotopoulos .. Over the pandemic, he's been quite bisy with projects like the new 2021 CDs – Solitude and Far from Close with his S.E.V. Trio .. He was born in Athens, Greece and moved to London in 2000 to pursue music and since 2013 is based in Stockholm, Sweden. His music rich journey is a great one .. Enjoy the story .. Click to listen.Neon Jazz is a radio program airing since 2011. Hosted by Joe Dimino and Engineered by John Christopher in Kansas City, Missouri giving listeners a journey into one of America's finest inventions. Take a listen on KCXL (102.9 FM / 1140 AM) out of Liberty, MO. Listen to KCXL on Tunein Radio at http://tunein.com/radio/Neon-Jazz-With-Joe-Dimino-p381685/. You can now catch Neon Jazz on KOJH 104.7 FM out of the Mutual Musicians Foundation from Noon - 1 p.m. CST Monday-Friday at https://www.kojhfm.org/. Check us out at All About Jazz @ https://kansascity.jazznearyou.com/neon-jazz.php. For all things Neon Jazz, visit http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/If you like what you hear, please let us know. You can contribute a few bucks to keep Neon Jazz going strong into the future. https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4
We haven't had an old champion in a while and forgot how little lore these poor champs were left with. The Enlightened One is basically the Avatar but not really, except that's all we really know about her. But don't worry, she has a bunch of AU's with, well, basically a lot of the same boring stories. Fun! -------------- Twitter! https://twitter.com/loreheads Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leagueofloreheads Join our Discord! https://t.co/o21E0W4C8z Song Title: Dragon Trainer TristanaArtist: League of LegendsCourtesy of Riot Games https://na.leagueoflegends.com/en-us/news/community/riot-music-creator-safe-guidelines/Image by Yuri_B from Pixabay - book with sparklesPhoto by Marcellino Andrian from Pexels
We are back on the mic as a Trio for the first cast of 2022! We chat about videos, review the first Video Game that loves you back, then roll through some super sexy news for you! It's good to be here in the new year!
Oscar Castro-Neves & Paul Halley ('Air on a G string' Bach), Baden Powell ('Jesus, alegria dos homens' y 'Preludio' de Bach), Yo-Yo Ma & Kathryn Stott ('Ave Maria' de Bach), Yo-Yo Ma & Bobby McFerrin ('Vocalise' de Rachmaninov y 'Andante' del 'Concierto en re menor para dos mandolinas' de Vivaldi), Nigel Kennedy (dos movimientos de 'Las cuatro estaciones' de Vivaldi y 'Allegro' de Bach), The L.A. Four ('Rondo expressivo' de C.P.E. Bach), Massimo Faraò Trio ('Nocturno' en fa menor de Chopin), Kenny Drew Jr. Trio ('Vals' en la menor de Chopin) y Deodato ('Also sprach Zarathustra' de Richard Strauss). Escuchar audio
The End of 2021 has finally come! Time to WRAP IT UP! The Trio is here to give you there top picks from this insane year. First we start of with things we learned within the year! Nene learned that happiness is a myth (at all times). Khalia learned to be her own friend. And Njinjoh learned to “chop life before it chops you” lol. Categories Discussed In Order: Best Moments, Worst Moments, Best Media Platforms, Best Artist's, Best R&B Albums, Best R&B Songs, Best Hip-Hop Albums, and Best Hip-Hop Songs. We finish off discussing our Song Pick of the year and much more! Wishing the wonderful Juice-boxes a Happy New Year Enjoy!
Two days before Christmas in 1974, three girls went to do some last minute Christmas shopping at their local mall in Fort Worth, Texas, but they never came home. The next day a mysterious letter arrives, saying that the girls decided to run away for a week, but were they the ones who wrote it?
*** Rund 1500 Podcasts auf Abruf, alle aktuellen Reviews, keine Werbung, 20-30 neue Episoden jeden Monat. Hier anmelden und unterstützen. Jetzt auch Anmeldung per LASTSCHRIFT (neben PAYPAL und KREDITKARTE) möglich: http://www.patreon.com/powerwrestling ***AEW zündet bei Dynamite zur Jahreswende große Kracher! Sting und CM Punk formten mit Darby Allin ein ungewöhnliches Trio. Ein weiterer Mann, der gerade noch einen WWE-Vertrag hatte, debütierte. Und das nächste AEW-Titel-Match steht! AEW Dynamite mit dem "Holiday Bash" vom 22. Dezember 2021 aus Greensboro, North Carolina. Mit @HerrBruns und @Marcus Holzer.Dynamite schriftlich + Videos: https://www.power-wrestling.de/2021/12/23/aew-dynamite-22-dezember-2021-ergebnisse/
Für das große Jubiläum gibt es natürlich keinerlei Alternativen, ein prominenter Gast muss her. Den haben Moderator Sascha Staat und RN-Redakteur Jürgen Koers in Matthias Kleinsteiber gefunden. Bereits mit 14 Jahren kam er aus Erfurt nach Dortmund, mittlerweile hat er seinen unter den Fans verehrten Vorgänger Teddy de Beer als Torwartrainer der Borussia abgelöst. In gut 70 Minuten Sendung spricht er über seine Anfänge im Ruhrpott, seine Zeit im Jugendhaus und die Entwicklung des Spiels zwischen den Pfosten. Das sind allerdings nur drei von zahlreichen Themen, die das Trio miteinander diskutiert.
Skillful means or not,it is still all up to you —not your teacher's fault!* * *In the last segment, we ended with Matsuoka Roshi's simple but stunning summation of the essence of Zen training, or skillful means:Ultimately, what form the upaya take are the conjunction of a particular teacher, and all that he or she is, with a particular student or group of students and all that they are. In the free flow of Zen the teaching will teach itself as long as the teacher doesn't interfere, and as long as the student is receptive.As promised, we reveal his conclusion from the above:Really, this should lead to a conclusion. Next to conviction and perseverance in Zen training, picking the right teacher is most important. In ancient China and Japan, monks, nuns and laymen used to wander from temple to teacher and teacher to temple seeking the right teacher consonant with their own zeal, temperament and moment of development, a free soul who could show them very effectively the way from blindness to happiness.It should be remembered that this does not mean that we look for a teacher who agrees with our understanding of Zen, however primitive. It is recommended to find one we do not agree with, in order that we can learn something new and different. After remarking that all the teachers of the past had their quirks and personality traits, as well as different methods of teaching, Sensei explains the mystery of transmission in greater detail:This is the meaning of the heart-to-heart transmission of Zen understanding in masters and disciples of complimentary or contrasting affinity. Simply stated, how the schools of Zen developed were that the right disciples found the right teachers, and so learned about Zen in the very marrow of their bones. They achieved by that an understanding so deep, so pervasive, as never to be forgotten or disregarded again. This is the source and the life of Zen heart-to-heart transmission, tamashii to tamashii.This illustrates that nothing is actually “transmitted” from master to disciple, but that the latter comes to apprehend the reality the former naturally occupies.Then Sensei generalizes the place and process of Zen training in the larger context of history in general:Whenever one looks at history, it is a play of great men and women in a boiling ocean of popular sentiment, stirred by distinctive currents of patriotism and war, of trade and poverty, and of culture and peace. Personal greatness and tragedy, collective order and chaos, are in continual ebb and flow.Here is a global embrace of duality from the perspective of nonduality. It sounds as if he is describing the world of the 21st century, though this talk was given in 1985.He goes on to issue some cautionary tales in looking for and evaluating a Zen teacher for yourself:I warn you not to rely only on a particular human tradition, or a name alone, as an emblem of true transmission of wisdom. There are lazy, self-important and -indulgent priests who do possess the “right” credentials, not because they have penetrated to the core of life-and-death, but because they are clever in a worldly sense. Absolutely, you cannot trust them. It would be disastrous emotionally and mentally to do so. And yet, you can find this sort in Zen centers throughout the United States and Asia, urging those who are confused and lack conviction to seek the ultimate freedom and pay the proper tribute, or pay the proper tribute first, then seek the meaning of enlightenment later.So a bit cynical take on the Americanization of Zen, but well-founded, even at that time in history. Unfortunately, his skepticism has been proven out in the decades since.Then on a positive note:Seek rather a teacher of genuine understanding, someone who may have a known name and high rank, or someone who may have neither. Nor should you simply judge a teacher by the number of disciples and students gathered around in what appears to be prosperous circumstances; judge rather by the nature and perseverance of the Zen practice of that teacher.The formal path is something we offer, for those misfits who lean toward Zen as a serious preoccupation in retirement, when family and business obligations have been met. Lay practice may have some of the traditional trappings of the monastic model, but in America it is finding its own, creative path.Yet more:Most important in choosing a Zen path and a Zen teacher is your “root connection,” if it is there at all. You may not fully discover your root connection in a meeting, or in a week, or a month, or a short season of practice; but from the first, you will know, something of that connection. It will seem right for you. From the very beginning, the same things that motivate and fool you about the study of Zen have motivated and fooled others before you. They too have sought out a special teacher, school, sect, or way of Zen practice.So it is on you to be proactive in this pursuit of a true Zen or Dharma father or mother, as the expression goes. We consider our relationships in Zen as an extended family, siblings and cousins, even the occasional in-law. In which we can be deceived, just as within any other family or group. Additionally:I would like to discuss something about what your predecessors in the sangha, or group of Zen practitioners, have found to be deceptive and effective through the history of Zen. Actually, history is the first great deceiver, or, at least the little bit we do know about history. Just as the finger pointing to the moon is not the moon of enlightenment, neither is the record of history anything like the real experience. The common story, as it goes, is that Zen was handed down from Shakyamuni Buddha to Mahakasyapa, then from Mahakasyapa to Ananda, and so on to Bodhidharma, and so on to Dogen, and so on to the present.It is true that there is this heart-to-heart transmission, but it is a romantic fallacy that there has been only one person in each generation since the death of Gautama Buddha who has carried the Zen flame of wisdom, who in turn taught and transmitted it to the next generation. The historical Buddha had many disciples, many who were very able.So take your dose of Zen history with a large dose of salt. Historicity in Zen is trumped by direct experience, which reduces reliance on the brute facts of what in fact happened; the only important fact is what happens in your experience in the presence. The testimony of history is only valuable as a form of encouragement and a prod to your practice.From such a practical perspective, Sensei continues:You will find if you read enough, or reason it out long enough, that there have been many capable students throughout the past 2,500 years. Some were famous. Some made it their business to teach in large monastic communities, and some did not. Some were householders, as many of us are, who went about their regular lives. Those lives never got recorded by the historians, but they are there. Perhaps it is nothing more than a personal opinion, but my view of transmission is that in each generation, there has been one, or maybe several teachers, that have stood out, and who have embodied the spirit of that age in their personalities. These greater teachers have been more skillful at “skillful means” than their contemporaries.Here is the parallel track of householders and monastics. Householder practice has always been held in high regard, from India through China, Korea and Japan, and the far East, and should be in the West of current times. Monastics change clothes and environment, but the basic elements of existence do not change, no matter how romantic or severe the surroundings. Further, the writers write the history:There have been others in each age who have led enlightened lives who may have been teachers, but who simply were not remembered in collective history. Those who were in fact remembered were so popular in their time that historians could not have deleted their accomplishments from the record. Or perhaps, those Zen masters were very literary, or very talented at the arts. Because of this, either they, their literary disciples, or contemporary journalists and historians, wrote some account of what they did. The farther in time a generation or a century receded, the dimmer our collective recollection in oral stories is.In retrospect, then, the notion surfaced that only those one-in-a-generation teachers carried the flame of Zen. In all that time, the heart-to-heart transmission has been occurring many times each generation as it did between Shakyamuni Buddha and Mahakasyapa. Very, very few have had the talent or words to even hint at this most subtle culmination of the Zen teaching. So, they did not.The different perspectives of the scholar-historian and the practitioner of Zen also come into play, and this is a point of contention yet today, in consideration of continuing Buddha's and Dogen's mission:Most historians of Buddhism, then, drew misleading conclusions about the lineage of Zen from the great silence and the few generational great voices. However, it is not one or two in a generation that are the sangha and who stand in the lineage of Zen. It is all of us who do study Zen seriously in any one generation who stand in the lineage of Zen in the Rinzai, Obaku and Soto sects.The misleading conclusions of scholars include the notion that Master Dogen experienced a “decline” when he had established Eiheiji, and stopped actively writing. From our perspective as practitioners, that was the opposite of a decline, when he started live teachings to his monastics, who wrote them down. Then, with a typically creative turn of a phrase, he proposes:Perhaps we will have to employ an army of psychics to reconstruct what actually happened in the history of the transmission of Zen.This is a great example of Sensei's ironic sense of humor.Then with the practical twist of the observer, he suggests a dispassionate view of the present, to inform our rear-view-mirror impressions of the past:Or, maybe we can just look at what is going on today that is similar. There are many teachers and many, many more students in any single generation. Just look at Zen in our own time in all of the United States, Western Europe, China, Japan, Korea, Viet Nam and all the other places that Zen is practiced.Of course, we cannot follow all the living Zen teachers in the world today, nor can we rely on the visibility and celebrity of a given individual to sort out the who's who of contemporary proponents of Buddhism. Social media and online access have opened the door to a far more ecumenical and interfaith approach to apprehending and appreciating the spreading of the gospel of Zen, but we must remain skeptical:In all the world now there are many genuine teachers and many more pretenders. The popular Zen teachers of today may fade in a year or two. It may be someone else who is remembered better five hundred years from now, and will have a profound impact of the development of Zen.The view from 30,000 feet, as we say today, is different from that of the boots on the ground. We may be in the traditional period of semblance, or even decline, of Buddhism, but that should not dissuade us from plodding on with our own practice, be it ever so humble. Whether we are remembered or not, five hundred years from now or next week, makes not a spitting bit of difference to our Zen lives today.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell
D’abord publié sans ''A Horse With No Name’’, enregistré un mois plus tard, c’est grâce à ce morceau que le groupe devient la nouvelle sensation musicale. Le LP est réédité pour y inclure le tube mondial et sera classé 1er au Billboard 200. Contrairement à son nom, America vient d’Angleterre ! En effet, Gerry Beckley, Dan Peek et Dewey Bunnell, sont les fils de militaires américains stationnés sur la base du Bushey Park au sud-ouest de Londres, c’est là qu’ils se lient d’amitié et fondent le groupe.
On this week of DAN COX PHOTOGRAPHY PRESENTS: A Trio of Alkaline, Dan and Feven are joined by podcast hosts and Letterboxd enthusiasts Mike and Trace from the Cinema of the State podcast. Join us on our journey through a discussion of Alkaline Trio's emotional classic “Trouble Breathing” followed by a chat about Adam Sandler's emotional classic, Big Daddy. “The Men” compete to answer the DAN COX PHOTO QUESTION OF THE WEEK where thousands of dollars in prizes are on the line.
This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here's some more details about the show: It's a warm welcome then to the man himself: Dr. Brad Stone - the JazzWeek Programmer of the Year 2017, who's here every Thursday to present The Creative Source - a two hour show, highlighting jazz-fusion and progressive jazz flavours from back then, the here and now, plus occasional forays into the future. Please feel free to get in touch with Brad with any comments or suggestions you might have; he'll be more than happy to hear from you: email@example.com or follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Enjoy! The Creative Source 23rd December 2021 Artist - Track - Album - Year Pluto Juice Welcome to Our Snow Globe Pluto Juice 2021 Scott Kinsey/Mer Sal Innocent Victim Adjustments 2021 Nicolas Meier World Group Riversides (Live) Magnificent 2021 Marc Cary Without Walls Life Lessons 2021 Soul Café Another Cup Step Aside 2021 Ed Neumeister Quartet Pickled Ginger 5 What Have I Done? 2021 Ed Neumeister Quartet Inclusion What Have I Done? 2021 Louis Hayes Arab Arab (Joe Farell) Crisis 2021 Johnathan Blake In the Beginning was the Drum Homeward Bound 2021 Johnathan Blake Homeward Bound Homeward Bound 2021 Hiromi: The Piano Quintet Uncertainty Silver Lining Suite 2021 Rão Kyao Paz É O Caminho Gandhi 2021 Gina Schwarz Toronto Pannonica 2020 Chet Doxas The Last Pier You Can't Take It With You 2021 Dino Govoni Cobalt Hiding In Plain Sight 2021 Manny Kellough and… Friends Speaking of Jazz Katrina Ballerina (Woody Shaw) Jazz Jazz Jazz (East to West Coast) 2021 Roberto Magris Caban Bamboo Highlife (Randy Weston) Match Point 2021 Negroni's Trio Osvaldo Esperanzas/Hopes 2021 David Friesen Going Forth Day of Rest 2021 The post The Creative Source (#CreativeSource) – 23rd December 2021 appeared first on SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®.
We did our best to not complain about the Rise of the Sentinels event even more than we have already, but unfortunately The Spear of Vengeance helps set off the Ruination and then promptly disappeared. And by disappeared we mean Riot decided to just kind of forget she exists. And so few AU's! Come on! ----------- We have a Twitter now! https://twitter.com/loreheads Join our Discord! https://t.co/o21E0W4C8z?amp=1 Song Title | Kalista, The Spear of VengeanceArtist | League of LegendsCourtesy of Riot Games https://na.leagueoflegends.com/en-us/news/community/riot-music-creator-safe-guidelines/Image by Yuri_B from Pixabay - book with sparkles
Drei junge Männer, gutbürgerlich und gelangweilt. Gewaltfantasien entstehen, das Trio beschließt, Menschen zu erpressen. Waffen müssen her. Einer ist bei der Bundeswehr, und dort lagern genug davon. Der nächtliche Raub endet in einem Blutbad – vier junge Soldaten müssen sterben. Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/JoeBausch
The Irresponsible Mentors are back with a 2021 Christmas Episode. Tuck and Chip have the 3rd Member of show Du Rag Donnie back on the panel. The Trio discuss a man who decided to use panties as a mask on a United Airlines flight. Tuck move the conversations along with a Judge who used the N word during a family meeting. Lastly, the mentors also discuss a Truck Driver who received 100+ yrs for an accident, Jake Paul, Bank Robbers and a question about providing for kids. ress play and enjoy! Follow Chip T Twitter| @Chip_T_904 Instagram| @Chip_T_, Tuck @Tuck_33. Follow us on Social Media| Instagram: Irresponsible Mentors| Twitter:https://twitter.com/imspodcast| Also follow Donny Du-Rag on twitter & IG @Donnny_D
In this episode of That Anime Podcast, the Evans Bros. discuss all 8 episodes of Season 2 of the Netflix Original Series, The Witcher. This is our full review of the season. What we liked, loved, hated, and loathed! We know it isn't Anime, but it's close enough... :)Geralt of Rivia, Princess Cirillia, and Yennefer Vengerburg. What a Trio! Let us know what you thought of Season 2 of The Witcher!Give us a follow on Instagram and message us ideas for future episodes!PLEASE go give us 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts!IG: https://www.instagram.com/thatanimepodcast/
Criado em maio de 2014 pelo artista digital Kevin McCoy e o empreendedor Anil Dash, o NFT é a sigla para "non-fungible token" que, em português, pode ser traduzido para "token não fungível", uma espécie de registro eletrônico que não pode ser trocado por dinheiro e serve como um certificado digital de propriedade para confirmar autenticidade. No episódio de hoje convidamos Luciano Mathias, que é sócio e Diretor de criação da TRIO para falar sobre NFTs, como estão alterando os direitos de propriedade no mundo digital e quais as tendências para 2022.
Quadalajara Trio stop by and we present Jack's show from the day of the Pearl Harbor attack.
Exciting things are happening! Well, the truth is, a whole lot is happening right now, and it's a bit overwhelming, but there are some really wonderful things mixed in. This episode was a bit of a tweener, ending up as not quite an Off The Cuff, but also not an episode that was dedicated to a single topic. Whatever you think is the best way to classify it, I just hope that you all enjoy it. Thanks so much for tuning in!
Amongst the many,there is only one true Way:the natural Zen!* * *“Dhyanayana: a Practical Guide Among the Ways Of Zen,” the first chapter in “Mokurai,” our collection of Matsuoka Roshi's later talks, is unusually long. I suspect it was given to a large audience, such as at a university or symposium, rather than as a weekly address at the temple, which typically ran to 15 or 20 minutes. Owing to its length and detail, we will devote three segments to touching on its highlights.It begins with the historical introduction of Zen to America:In 1893, Rinzai Zen Master, Soyen Shaku journeyed to Chicago to attend the World Parliament of Religions. His presence and presentation sparked an immediate interest in Zen among some of the Americans attending the Parliament. As historical records have it, that was the first formal contact between Zen teaching and America. Much has transpired in the almost 100 years since Shaku Roshi came to America. Now, as more and more Americans are taking up the practice of Zen as a way of life, I would like to address a few words of advice to you about the right approach to the study of Zen.Pretty straightforward and not much need for comment, other than that Shaku Roshi was of the Rinzai sect, as was his disciple Sokei-an, who would later establish a famous center in New York in the 1930s, the same decade that Sensei came to America.He then touches on the inchoate Americanization of Zen:Zen first gained a popular foothold in the cultural life of the United States a half-century after Soyen Shaku's visit. Among some of the intellectuals of that time, among the circle of beat poets and authors, Zen became something of a philosophical fancy. It was portrayed in Jack Kerouac's book, On the Road, as a philosophical motif in the dialogue of a group of itinerants touring across America) against a backdrop of their personal drama and social commentary. For the beat generation of the fifties, Zen was used as nothing more than a justification for new or non-conventional behavior. This was called “Beat Zen.” It was never really a school of Zen as are Rinzai and Soto, which are both founded in a tradition of serious practice. Nonetheless, “Beat Zen” did much to focus popular and literary attention toward Zen, just as the writings of Dr. Daisetsu Suzuki, a disciple of Soyen Shaku Roshi, did much to focus academic attention toward Zen. And so, from the popular discussion of Zen without direct experience that ensued, Americans created a mystique around Zen from all they had heard.He then goes into an exhaustive list of all the terms and concepts associated with Zen from that period — such as “complete freedom,” “enlightenment,” “satori,” “insight,” “awakening,” “kensho,” and “liberation,” “nirvana,” “shunyata,” “emptiness” — which fill an entire paragraph. I take this as an example of his extensive research into the record of Zen in a second language, and an alien culture, the USA.He summarizes his introduction:These are all names used in connection with the culture of Zen. Most of them come from their origins in India, China and Japan. What they may mean depends on who explained them to you, or whether you learned them directly from your own experience and found a word to describe it later. I don't want even to attempt to explain them all now, but I do want to shed some light on the practice of the three modern Zen sects — Rinzai, Obaku and Soto — that are practiced in America now. My hope is that my advice might serve as a practical guide in your choice of following one of the Zen paths. Further, I hope that it will confirm your own practice of Zen, and encourage you to renew your efforts.This is vintage Matsuoka — basing your understanding on your own experience first, and finding words to describe it later — along with his intention to help us — you — in the assimilation of Zen in America, by emphasizing the traditional, but radical, Soto approach to direct experience. This is not a scholarly essay, but an exhortation to practice, Sensei's manifestation of the Bodhisattva vow in action:The way to study Zen is through your own direct experience in meditation. That is the primary path and essential characteristic of all the schools of Zen. Zen means meditation. The original Sanskrit word for meditation was “Dhyana,” translated into Chinese as “Chan,” then translated into Japanese as “Zen.” All of these words refer to the meditation school of Buddhism which began with the historical Buddha, Gautama Shakyamuni's practice of meditation as the means to complete realization of the meaning of his life and of all life. The practice of zazen, or sitting meditation, is the necessary way of cultivation.So there we have it. The manifesto of Dogen's Zen in America is the same as his mission in the Japan of the 13th century: the promulgation and propagation of the simple, but difficult, meditation of Buddha.Then he uses zazen to illustrate some critical differences between the existing sects of Zen itself:The Zen sects differ as to the purpose of zazen in that Rinzai views zazen as a means to enlightenment; whereas Soto views zazen as the expression of enlightenment. Nonetheless, the Rinzai, Obaku and Soto sects all agree on the prime importance of zazen. Secondly, all the Zen sects agree that it is important to study with an authentic teacher or Zen master. It is through a living interchange between master and disciple that a disciple comes to a mastery of Zen in his or her own right. This interchange, called heart to heart transmission, whether long or short in time duration, is only effective if the Zen student has prepared him or herself adequately through the assiduous practice of zazen.A clear and compelling exposition of the connection between zazen, the teacher-student relationship in Zen, and the often mystified transmission from heart to heart of the lineage going back to Buddha. In five brief but dense paragraphs, Matsuoka Roshi encapsulates the essential history of Zen, and its advent in the USA.In what follows, Sensei covers some of the highlights of the historical transmission as recorded in writing, including Bodhidharma, Hui Neng and Hung Jen, the sixth and fifth ancestors in China, jumping to Hakuin in the 18th century, and the connection of the five houses of Zen in the Tang era to the later sects in contemporary Japan. Alternating with history, he drives home certain salient and eternal points:For most of us, the chaos of this age of industrial progress — global economic and military turbulence; likely nuclear disaster from power plants or bombs; rapid erosion of the earth's resources; the unbalancing of environmental patterns, unbalancing in its turn terrestrial life; and, finally, blinding, rapid social change — is too much for us to handle in a balanced way. Our minds and emotions are not simple, but rather are most confused, conditioned, and cluttered not only by our common human condition, but more so by all the accelerated turmoil of our time.The only point of history, from Sensei's perspective, is to learn from it and apply its lessons to the present. He compares and contrasts our current causes and conditions, contextualizing the masters of the past, while admonishing those of us in the present to recognize our advantages, as well as what we are lacking in pursuing Zen as a lifestyle:From a statistical point of View, by far the largest group of Zen practitioners are those who begin the practice of Zen, and then because of a lack of conviction, initial difficulties or a lack of self discipline, discontinue their practice. Most of the Zen Temples in the United States are populated by this latter group. And really, the Zen sanghas of historic and modern India, China, Japan, Korea and Viet Nam are, and were, probably very similar. It is very easy to see when observing this group of Zen practitioners who start, then stop, that there is no LIVING enlightenment in them. Surely, some of these people, depending upon their abilities, their consistency, their intensity and their duration of practice have differing degrees of insight into various parts of their lives; and this is a good, and important, effect.Zen, however, does not radiate through them body, mind, and moment. They do not continually remember their own original nature, and act freely out of it and through it. That is a pity. I suppose that it is also the law of averages. Like anything effective on planet earth, Zen teachers from Shakyamuni Buddha to today have had to adapt the teaching as pointed at by Bodhidharma to the culture, language and status of those students of the Zen way that they seek to lead. They have also had to adapt their teaching to the level of gifts and to the level of intensity of their Zen disciples.The historically earlier teachers of Zen talked of two things: the essence of Zen, and the means to transmit this understanding. Teaching methods were referred to as “upaya” in Sanskrit; sometimes translated as “artificial means.” The teaching ways were sometimes called “upayakausalya” or skillful means. These were the ways that Zen masters used to charm, disarm, disprove, disagree, disengage, dissuade, dismember, or disabuse the disciple's limiting habits and views so that he or she could become free to see with the eye of enlightenment.I have always thought that all I need is a better class of student; thank you, Sensei. Seriously, though, it is still amazing to me every time I re-read his talks, how contemporary his message, how consistently he hits upon this note of unflinching dedication to zazen as what is missing in most people's practice. I am also stuck by the difficulty of skipping over any part of that message, and can only encourage you to follow up with your own reading of these excellent teachings. He will return to the idea of upaya, and Soto Zen's emphasis on meditation, as the upaya for our times.He touches on his personal history:Dr. D. T. Suzuki, who was my teacher at Columbia University, classified the Zen teaching methods as verbal and direct. Verbal methods involve paradox, transcending opposites, contradiction, affirmation, repetition and exclamation. Direct teaching involves shouting, beating, creating art works, practicing martial arts, or exhibiting some form of unorthodox behavior intended to show a student the Way. Ultimately, what form the upaya take are the conjunction of a particular teacher, and all that he or she is, with a particular student or group of students and all that they are. In the free flow of Zen the teaching will teach itself as long as the teacher doesn't interfere, and as long as the student is receptive. Of course, as long as the student resists at all, the teaching is poured out to awaken her or him until it is successful, or until the student quits or the teacher dies. I am not even sure in those cases if the teaching really does stop.Note how Sensei expands the concept of “teaching” and learning Zen to include following others who are not necessarily in your lineage, as well as non-verbal and unorthodox approaches. The statement that, “In the free flow of Zen the teaching will teach itself as long Zen's method to its ultimate foundation — following the natural revelation of the truth, rather than having to force it. Let this guide our approach.We will have to leave it here for now. In the next segment, we will begin with the conclusion that Matsuoka Roshi draws from the above. A real Zen cliffhanger. Tune in next time.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell
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This week on TechTime with Nathan Mumm, US cancel classes over unconfirmed TikTok threats, Verizon Tries to Defend Collecting Browsing Data on its Network, Modern technology helps detective identify the body in a cold case from 1988. Next, we have our Pick of the Day Whiskey Tastings and Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by Stori-Coffee®. All of this on hour one of our two-hour show.On the Second Hour, we have Letters the "Holiday Edition" looking at spam attempts, along with [Protect Yourself Today], our segment geared to protect you during the Holidays and new year. Plus, a particular piece of [Story's You Didn't Know]. Finally, we have the "This Week in Technology" segment and a few breaking news articles along the way. Join us as we get you safe and secure for your holidays. "Welcome to TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hummmm" Technology news of the week for December 18th – 24th, 2021.Episode 79: Hour 1--- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 7:34--- [Top Stories In The First Five Minutes]: Starts at 11:02Verizon Tries to Defend Collecting Browsing Data on its Network- https://tinyurl.com/yckwfkd6 Schools across US cancel classes over unconfirmed TikTok threats - https://tinyurl.com/yuhh5jtk Russia Fines Facebook Owner Meta Platforms 13 Million Roubles - https://tinyurl.com/3ndp2c6s Modern technology helps Miramar detective identify the body in a cold case from 1988 - https://tinyurl.com/2bpsbr22--- [Pick of the Day - Whiskey Tasting Review]: Starts at 23:58Booker's Bourbon “Noe Strangers Batch” 2021-04 Limited Edition | $69.99 | 124.4 Proof --- [Last Minute Holiday Gifts]: Starts at 26:45Nathan, Mike, and Marc share over 50 items you can get for your Last-Minute Holiday Gifts --- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 50:55The excitement to purchase gifts and keep up with the "Jones" --- [Pick of the Day]: Starts at 54:25Booker's Bourbon “Noe Strangers Batch” 2021-04 Limited Edition | $69.99 | 124.4 ProofMike: Thumbs Up | Nathan: Thumbs UpEpisode 79: Hour 2 Starts at 59:59--- [Now on Today's Show]: Starts at 1:02:12--- [Letters Holiday Edition]: Starts at 1:07:00Mike and Nathan share this week's informative emails that were received during the week. This includes scams, phishing emails, and all-out mistruths disguised as legitimate emails--- [Protect Yourself Today]: Starts at 1:24:362021's TechTime's Worst Password Offenders list top 10Implement Safety for the Holidays--- [Stories You Didn't Know]: Starts at 1:39:57Hidden water discovered in Mars' Valles Marineris canyon - https://tinyurl.com/2bb3ssmn NASA spacecraft 'touches' the sun for first time in 'monumental moment for solar science' - https://tinyurl.com/2t6uxjv3NASA's most powerful telescope ever - https://tinyurl.com/2t6uxjv3 Humans have figured out how to make a warp bubble Get a year of PlayStation Plus, a lifetime of learning, and maximum VPN protection for $64TikTok is opening 300 restaurants to deliver some of its most viral food.--- [This Week in Technology]: Starts at 1:47:20AltaVista Launches - December 15, 1995One of the most popular search engines in the early world wide web, Google didn't overtake AltaVista until 2001.
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