Wednesday, November 24, 2004


One is the zenliest number

One day.

The Monkess is poised to talk freely and thankfully on Chronicles starting at 9 p.m. EST on Nov. 25. She will begin talking, live via telephone, around 9:32 p.m.

During the day, however, feast on whatever makes you feel thankful. Whatever. Even if it is just celery and salt, feast and give thanks. Sure, there are those of you out there who have lost everything in the stock market or had your wife and children leave you or haven’t talked to your parents in ten years or have lost a kidney, gall bladder, leg, finger, arm or eye. What’s that matter now? Say screw them and all the fates that left you battered and beaten and give thanks.

One day.

Meanwhile, visit and use the free zen-card service. Read today’s quote, which is about gentleness and patience, two things alien to me, for sure. Also, learn zen tips for practice. This is good stuff especially if you are a member of an organized religion that warns you of fiery underground places where you burn to a cinder and are tortured and banged by horn-tailed demons. Learn to meditate and relax. Shut down your mind. God only knows there is too much going on up there and none of it means much of anything. I know. Thousands of people have let me hear what is going on in their heads over the years and I have to tell them—shut up, what you think is worthless.

Eat, drink and be merry, but come to Chronicles tomorrow night, Nov. 25. This is high-class entertainment folks, though it hardly compares with the thrill of watching a pro basketball team turn on the public with fists and cruelty. Heck, nothing beats that.

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