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May 10, 2011
Koshin Paley Ellison and Robert Chodo Campbell, founders of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, on why one would commit to a life service,
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"Beautiful in the sadness". That says it all for me.
Yesterday I wept uncontrollably as I scanned pictures of my daughter who graduates from high school this week. Daddy is losing his little girl. It struck me in my sadness/grief how we only have this moment.
My 'training' as a psychotherapist began as a volunteer for hospice. Loss and death teaches us so much. In the loss and the grief there is love.
Thank you for such a deeply touching teaching.
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