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“I recently wrote about shibumi - I think grace is implicit in shibumi - in "being without the angst of becoming.”
“While I don't expect every teacher to attain shibumi, I sure as hell expect each to understand the difference between information and learning, the difference between a capacity to spout data and the ability to find, discern, interpret, create, and communicate insight (or as my friend Larry would put it: observation, reflection, documentation, exhibition).”
“In philosophy, where shibumi emerges as wabi, it is spiritual tranquility that is not passive; it is being without the angst of becoming.”
“Meaning that one must learn a great deal to arrive at shibumi?”
“In art, where the spirit of shibumi takes the form of sabi, it is elegant simplicity, it is articulate brevity.”
“Great teachers, dare I say senseis, have attained shibumi.”
“I, and others like me, do not believe that he ever shibumi (Soon, very soon, "Tsuru no Sugomori")”
“To: shibumi shibumi: "I, and others like me, do not believe that he ever has our best interest at heart.”
“To: South40; Markos33; shibumi; Slings and Arrows; JoeProBono”
“To: Nervous Tick; shibumi; Markos33; humblegunner; Slings and Arrows;”
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A somewhat discriminatory list of words and phrases collected for their euphonic or arcane appeal, interesting etymology, or concise definition of an otherwise unnamed phenomenon or concept.
Names of our family pets.
Nomen est omen?
Aikido/Martial Arts, Philosophy, Bonsai
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