Consider this ancient koan: 'What was the shape of your face before you were conceived?' These are all watōs. Perhaps! It
Over the last 20 years, Ms. Hoek has held several CEO and board positions and she is currently the CEO of the Dutch Sustainable
The editors of Awake at the Bedside: Contemplative Teachings on Palliative and End-of- Life Care want to make one thing very clear: this book is not about dying, it's about life and what it can teach us, it's about caring and what giving care really means.
A: That's a characteristic of Jesus that speaks to me. When I was practicing Zen Buddhism intensively during my twenties
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So, I told him, "Sunim [Korean word used to address a Buddhist monk], I'm busy today." After a series of questions and answers
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Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh on the power of mindfulness.
The new Star Wars film represents not so much a new hope as an old hope renewed. Or, since it's still the case that so few have actually seen the film, it represents the hope of an old hope renewed.
"Out of nowhere the mind comes forth."