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What is the longest music video?

I don’t know. What is the longest music video?

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Is the longest a music video with a song or is it a full length film?

The longest is the song, the longest a movie. If you are like me (being the most picky about music and film), it takes more time to make a film than to make a full length music video. If you are like me (being the most picky about music and film), it takes more time to make a film than to make a full length music video.


You are the longest musician to be featured in a music video. I hope you enjoyed the read. I’ll see you in the comments!

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“Cultures are always moving.”

With that quote from The Dharma Bum, I assumed the interview was about some kind of interview with one of the more popular Buddhist/Zen bloggers on the planet, the one whom I follow on Facebook (and whose blog I’ve just recently started reading). I was wrong. Rather, it’s a very short interview with the most popular and influential non-Hindu Buddhist in the world, and the interview itself was pretty interesting.

The interview started with a discussion to how mainstream Buddhism has changed over the years. It was clear he is not a fan of the current approach to Buddhism that is very much based on the Western Buddhist approach. He seems most interested in the question of how to get a more diverse view of Buddhism. It’s clear that the interview covers a lot of ground, and we are getting into some stuff that I think is very significant to the contemporary Buddhist movement.

On a less serious note that I found more interesting than the interview itself, the interview begins with an explanation of how the most famous and successful Zen teacher is a “seer” and why he is such a “seer”. He goes back a long time and demonstrates that he has a very deep understanding of Buddhist thought and psychology. (Which I find very interesting as a student of Zen-related psychology, as his understanding is definitely superior). The author seems to use Zen as the perfect vehicle to get his message across, and also to point out there are numerous things that people misunderstand or don’t understand about Buddhism, and the things that we (meaning lay people) do know about Buddhism that we shouldn’t.

He discusses how even the Dharma Buddha who has the ability to see the true nature of reality and the nature of the