Day 312 – After Two Days of Forgetting To Sit.


Zencast 309 – What The Buddha Taught When the dishes are done and the bills paid. When the bathroom is clean and the living room vacuumed. When the mail is sorted through and the trash taken out. When I sit down and finally take a breath. Only then will I realize. Only then will I … Continue reading

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Day 311 – Highs and Lows


Zencast 308 – Bodhisattva Skillful attitudes of mind are the key to facing potentially explosive situations and the ongoing highs and lows of life and practice. In fact, recognizing these attitudes and cultivating their antidotes is the foundation for all spiritual growth. By cultivating skillful attitudes of mind, we will respond to more and more … Continue reading

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Day 310 – We’re Not In This Alone


Zencast 307 – Our Attachments My Google+ friend, Max, asked me this question about my last post: I’m curious about a word you used: conquer. Why did you choose that word specifically, does it mean something to you beyond the context of the article? I ask because you mention nonviolence as being part of your … Continue reading

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Day 309 – A Part or Apart of the world I never made?


Zencast 306 – Intro To Zen “I, a stranger, and afraid, in a world I never made.” – A.E. Housman What does it take to feel a part of this world, this planet, this universe? Can we feel a part of this world or are the majority of us doomed to forever feel a stranger, … Continue reading

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