delivers zen zingers with Borscht Belt timing. I am already starting to re-read "Crazy Wisdom" because in my opinion it is one of the most sensible hard hitting takes on the philosophy of Buddhism that I've ever come across
delivers zen zingers with Borscht Belt timing. The New York Times Coming at a desperate time for the planet. I am already starting to re-read "Crazy Wisdom" because in my opinion it is one of the most sensible hard hitting takes on the philosophy of Buddhism that I've ever come across. It's certainly unsettling to come to grips with the fact that our place in this world is not on top of the evolutionary heap with a license to take what we want.
by. Nisker, Wes. Publication date. Philosophy, Wisdom, Paradox.
The Essential Crazy Wisdom book. Nisker weaves this What is crazy wisdom you ask? According to Nisker, it is a wisdom that is unidentifiable. Crazy wisdom is a wisdom that refuses to be institutionalized. Crazy wisdom is the fuzzy line between knowing and not knowing. In The Essential Crazy Wisdom, the reader takes a journey to clarify their certainty on the perception of knowing exactly how things are. Nisker clearly jolts you into thinking and questioning what exactly is the great wisdom. The great knowledge of living.
A mixture of facts and philosophy. Jean-Paul Sartre, William Blake, lao Tzu, Groucho Marx, Albert Einstein - hold forth on poetry religion, quantum physics.
THE ESSENTIAL CRAZY WISDOM delivers the most significant, most lunatic, and most compelling insights of the ages. Scoop Nisker patches together the unorthodox teachings that have bubbled up through the words of such crazy visionaries as Rumi, Gautama the Buddha, Mark Twain, Lao Tzu, Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, Allen Ginsberg, and Lily Tomlin.
His most recent book is entitled Crazy Wisdom Saves the World Again! (Stonebridge Press).