The Wheel of Birth & Death The Wheel of Birth & Death Wandering in Suffering Re-Lent 2017 Sunday Afternoons – 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. 1611 Brummel/Backyard Zendo Room for 15 participants Accessable Contact: Marilyn Fischbach, email@example.com This is an offering of to study the Buddhist Wheel of Death and Birth/Wheel of Suffering. This study will […]
Links Here is the first of what might be more teachings to contemplate. And…it is a place where you may leave a comment. A Monk Goes to a Chan Master
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A New eBook – Just click on the Hermit Wisdom link below. Hermit Wisdom The book is a series of prayerful meditations. Please feel free to download it for your practice. It is sure to have flaws in it…and yet, it still has wisdom. Editor’s Choice… Nothing Is Perfect, Everything Is Just Right I […]
I read this morning that the early Christian church took on the laws and structures of the Roman state. It was when persecutions of Christians ceased and mandatory affiliation as a Christian became the norm. It was an ancient trend. Trends are nothing new, groups form and share what is attractive or fashionable and […]
A Way Through Life seems simpler if we blot out awareness of its mystery, but such a life is an impoverished one. There is a dimension to ourselves, the most essential dimension, which it is folly to ignore. Patricia Wright’s Gate is a delicate image of this. She shows us the complexities of a normal existence […]
Jake Mason 15 y/o singer/songwriter, Jake Mason, was born in Long Island, NY and started to sing, dance, and write his own songs at an early age. His influences are Michael Jackson, J. Moss, Smokie Norful, Stevie Wonder, Justin Bieber, and Usher.
We may own things, we may do things — without suffering as long as we do not rely on the profane world as real. It’s like a fun house. Made of crazy mirrors showing distorted shapes.
Submerged in the rippling water, My toes gently sink into the sand. I step into the next wave, And feel a strong pull as it recedes. A riptide can be dangerous, But it is I who make it so. My fear of disappearing, Of leaving all behind, Keeps me from the joy of the deep […]