The Buddhist Life, the Zen Life

The Buddhist Life, the Zen Life January 22, 2018

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This is the Buddhist life and the Zen life, as I understand it; a life lived in full realization of who we really are and what this world we live in really is; a life lived simply, naturally, spontaneously, and awarely; a life dedicated to infinite gratitude to the past, infinite gratitude and service to the present, and infinite responsibility to the future.

Ruth Fuller Sasaki, Zen a Religion

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