[joe-frank-list] Fwd: Re: what's real, what's not
sally at oilostatic.com
Sat Sep 19 12:56:10 PDT 2020
I find this to be such a funny question because I discovered Kornfield
through Joe! It opened me up to Buddhist thought, which I never took
seriously until my 30s. It turns out that Jack went to college with my dad
at Dartmouth. Anyway, it's been interesting to see the evolution of his
career. There was a big article on him in the Times at the beginning of the
I think, had I been introduced to him any other way, I would have dismissed
him as corny. I often think the debbie may/kornfield/larry block are some
of the best episodes—and the most enlightening for me as a developing
human—because they really present the strengths and weaknesses of
different philosophical outlooks.
Recently, a friend's grandfather passed away and I directed her to
Kornfield. I dunno if it helped.
On Sat, Sep 19, 2020 at 3:44 PM Joe Frank <joe at joefrank.com> wrote:
> Kornfield granted permission - there were no lawyers involved, just an
> email exchange.
> You'll find in other interviews Kornfield expressed his blessing. Even
> mentioning that if it does anyone any good, that's great (something along
> those lines.)
> Though it's likely true that Joe's appearance in his life was a blip to
> The music is derivative (Joe made the loops and added vocals / drones to
> it at times. Plus, there were / have been no complaints.
> Hope this helps
> Michal Story
> michal at joefrank.com
> On 9/18/2020 11:03 PM, Tom McDonald wrote:
> But the issue is did he violate Kornfield's copyright, steal his intellectual property?
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