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Eighteen Books: Essential Reading in Soto Zen Buddhism
On one of those Zen pages on Facebook, in this case one focused on the Soto school someone asked for a pointer to an introductory book. People offered their views. Some even seemed helpful... Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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The Hard Way
The easy path is always so appealing. So why do I prefer the hard way? On the easy path we take things for granted. We get lazy and bored. This is a formula for trouble and loss. When we go the hard... Read more
by Daniel Scharpenburg | Bodhisattva Road
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Enter D. T. Suzuki: Zen's First Serious English Language Interpreter
Teitaro Suzuki died on this day in 1966. He was 95 years old and at that time wildly acknowledged for his critical part in the migration of Japanese style Zen Buddhism to the... Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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Fingers Pointing to the Moon: A Small Reflection on Zen Buddhism,...
I stumbled upon this in my files. At this point I have no idea where the story originated. But, the retelling is mine.  May it be helpful... Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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A Little Zen Wisdom About the Stories that Haunt Our Lives
I stumbled upon this in my files. At this point I have no idea where the story originated. But, the retelling is mine.  May it be helpful... Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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Two Cheers for Democracy: A Small Reflection on Bastille Day
I find Bastille Day well worth marking. Perhaps especially so... Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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