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Buddhist Women Ancestors Guiding the Way

If you really want to cry for somebody, why not cry for yourself? Why not cry for all of us — who are just passing through. Fall on your knees and weep. Get it all out. Now get up. You’ve got work to do. From The First Free Women, Poems of the Early Buddhist Nuns … Continue reading Buddhist Women Ancestors Guiding the Way

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The Subtle & Poetic Teaching of Tung-shan

Two Mondays—August 24 and 31, from 7 to 8:15pm Ross Blum will present a two-session class on this 9th century Chinese Zen teacher from whom our Soto School derives its name. At our first meeting we’ll study a selection of stories compiled in The Record of Tung-shan translated by William Powell. In our second class we’ll … Continue reading The Subtle & Poetic Teaching of Tung-shan

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