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David Foster Wallace, Irony, and American Buddhism today
I watched End of the Tour (2015) last night, a movie about a writer, David Lipsky, spending a few days with the novelist David Foster Wallace. It felt like a somewhat slow and at times meandering... Read more
by Justin Whitaker | American Buddhist Perspectives
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Hardship and Pleasure
This is a passage from a teaching by Master Han Shan called "The Maxims." What, ultimately, is the difference between hardship and pleasure? A hardship is an obstacle and an obstacle is a challenge... Read more
by Daniel Scharpenburg | Bodhisattva Road
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Saints for Our Times: Thinking of Jonathan & Ruby
Today the lovely Episcopal Church commemorates as a feast in honor of a martyr, the life and death of Virginia Military Academy graduate and Episcopal seminarian Jonathan Myrick... Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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A Zen Priest Talks to Some Unitarian Universalists About a Naturalistic...
Lecture six of six delivered by the Reverend James Myoun Ford on the 10th of August at the Eliot Institute at Seabeck Conference Center, Seabeck, Washington. The... Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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Essential Dōgen and Hakuin Texts: Response to a Quick Question
James Myōun Ford Rōshi recently asked, "What would you say are the essential Dōgen texts?" Below you'll find my response as well as what I'd say (if he'd asked) about essential Hakuin texts. But... Read more
by Dosho Port | Wild Fox Zen
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Being Bodies: Reflecting on the Song of Mehitabel as a Zen Text
We are called by the world itself to growth and depth and the miracles of change. Here I find myself thinking of our being bodies, and especially of the mysteries...  Read more
by James Ford | Monkey Mind
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