Tag Archive | Hanshi Stephen Kafuman

The Musician’s Book of Five Rings Introduction – Part 3

The Musician’s Book of Five Rings Samurai Strategies for Excellence of Performance Introduction – Part 3 The Book of Water explains how all things flow with a natural rhythm in appropriate space and time. Water fills all shapes regardless of other impositions as to its functionality. All things are eventually worn away by water—all things—and […]

The Musician’s Book of Five Rings Now Available

The Musician’s Book of Five Rings is finally here! From martial arts to musical acts, Hanshi Stephen Kaufman teaches samurai strategies of Miyamoto Musashi for excellence and ascension of performance. In this day and age, it is rare to find an individual that has devoted his life to this process of dual mastery—over oneself and […]

Corroboration of President Trump’s Understanding of Sun Tzu’s Art of War

I am thrilled to acknowledge that President Trump is obviously a student of mine. His understanding of not telling the enemy anything is absolutely correct and essential. Compare the words in his Afghanistan speech of not telling the enemy anything about his plans, with the following paragraphs from my version of Sun Tzu’s Art of […]

Musashi’s Book of Five Rings

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New Book Cover for The Sword in the Boardroom

Hanshi Wisdom Press is pleased to announce its new book cover for The Sword in the Boardroom. http://swordroom.weebly.com/ For more info on the author and to order book, visit http://www.hanshi.com

April Birthday Book Special

Haiku for Miyamoto Musashi

  For more info on Homage for Miyamoto Musashi, visit: http://homage-for-musashi.weebly.com For more info on the author, Stephen F. Kaufman, visit his homepage at: http://www.hanshi.com

Super Holiday Book Sale – Part 2

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A Special Birthday Message

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The Oneness of All

Metaphysics in Martial Disciplines – Part Two

Question 2 – Thank you very much for taking the time to answer so thoroughly. I realize that the subject matter I was questioning isn’t exactly conducive to the “short-answer,” but I very much appreciate you not treating it as such. It’s taken me this long to respond, due mostly to the impact your response […]