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  When Gensha Shibi, a Chinese Zen master, and a general were eating cakes together,
the general asked:
- What is it that's used everyday but not known?
The master handed a piece of cake to the general and said:
- Eat this... continue...

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1. The secluded epicenter of Zen Buddhism in Europe - La Croix International (registration) (blog)

La Croix International (registration) (blog)

The secluded epicenter of Zen Buddhism in Europe
La Croix International (registration) (blog)
The La Gendronnière temple in Loir-et-Cher this past weekend celebrated the 50th anniversary of the arrival of Zen Buddhism on the Old Continent. This property of the International Zen Association (IZA) has been attracting more and more new recruits.



2. The MMA fighter who beat up a tai-chi master didn't win the fight - Quartz

Quartz

The MMA fighter who beat up a tai-chi master didn't win the fight
Quartz
... Boddhidharma brought his action-oriented, cryptic, rigorous Buddhism to China from India around 500 AD. He emphasized looking at nature for guidance—cranes, tigers, monkeys, bamboo, the moon and stars and weather. Boddhidharma's Zen style didn't ...



3. The Zen of Dying - New York Times

New York Times

The Zen of Dying
New York Times
A. The difference is the level and quality of attention the Zen hospice approach can give. At the Zen Hospice Project, our whole idea is to help dying people live fully right up to the end. Drawing on the principles of Zen Buddhism, we bring a strong ...



4. The Zen Cult of Death in Wartime Japan - American Thinker

The Zen Cult of Death in Wartime Japan
American Thinker
In my university student days, I had a professor of Japanese Buddhist literature who often contrasted the peaceable, broad-minded nature of Japanese Buddhism with the intolerance of Christianity. I wish I could have acquainted him with the work of ...



5. Guest Post: Why Christians Turn to Buddhism: Six Examples - Patheos - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

Guest Post: Why Christians Turn to Buddhism: Six Examples - Patheos
Patheos (blog)
A small but growing number Christians in the West are turning to Buddhism for spiritual guidance.... As they learn from Buddhism, they do not abandon ...

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6. Announcing our July Zen Meditation Retreat in Seattle with James Ishmael Ford - Patheos (blog)

Patheos (blog)

Announcing our July Zen Meditation Retreat in Seattle with James Ishmael Ford
Patheos (blog)
The retreat will include chanting, sitting & walking meditation, work practice, mindful eating (lunch, dinner Friday & Saturday included). Experience Rev. Ford at the UUC Sunday Service, ask and learn about Zen Buddhism, witness Zen ceremonies and ritual.



7. Robert Pirsig Wrote the Truly Great Road Trip Novel | GQ - GQ Magazine

GQ Magazine

Robert Pirsig Wrote the Truly Great Road Trip Novel | GQ
GQ Magazine
Early this week, Robert Pirsig passed at the age of 88. He is remembered for his seminal road trip novel 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance', a staple in ...

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8. Lost on the Path to Buddhist Economics - Dissident Voice

Dissident Voice

Lost on the Path to Buddhist Economics
Dissident Voice
The Buddhism of choice for the Beats was Zen and so it may not come as a surprise that Zen Economics by Rob Urie takes a different path than Clair Brown's Buddhist Economics. In fact, one could hardly imagine books that are more dissimilar. While Brown ...



9. Zen and the art of living on a tiny blue dot - Times Colonist (blog)

Times Colonist (blog)

Zen and the art of living on a tiny blue dot
Times Colonist (blog)
Planet Earth Zen Buddhism. For me, this is the perfect spiritual path for our times. It calls us to wake up! See the world and our place in it, just as it is. We are tiny, very short-lived, and sometimes not at all wise. The cosmos (including right ...




 



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