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    Darlene Cohen Remembered Paid Member

    Zen teacher Darlene Cohen, known for teaching us all how to live joyfully even in the midst of chronic pain, has died at 68. David Chadwick writes about her final moments with husband, Tony, and son, Ethan, on cuke.com: Darlene Cohen, Su Rei Ken Po, Great Spirit Manifesting Dharma, died at 1:15 AM this morning. More »
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    Fleet Maull on Bearing Witness Rwanda Paid Member

    via the Peacemaker Institute youtube channel, Fleet Maull & Peter Cunningham discuss why someone would attend the Bearing Witness Rwanda Retreat. To help support the second Bearing Witness Rwanda Retreat (April 10 - 15, 2011), click here. Click here to read Tricycle's interview with Fleet from our Spring 2004 issue. More »
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    Sweetcake Enso comes to New York City's Village Zendo Paid Member

    Sweetcake Enso, the traveling art exhibit, is coming to New York City's Village Zendo this weekend, Saturday January 15th. The exhibition begins at 11 AM and a panel discussion will follow at 7 PM. The panel discussion will include: More »
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    Zen teachers respond to Eido Shimano Paid Member

    This blog is no stranger to the uproar over Zen Studies Society and Eido Shimano. Today we continue to bring you this narrative by referring you to Monkey Mind, James Ford's blog, which collects letters from Zen teachers on the subject. More »
  • New York Times reviews the Hakuin show at Japan Society Paid Member

    Check out The New York Times art review of “The Sound of One Hand: Paintings and Calligraphy by Zen Master Hakuin” at Japan Society.
From Ken Johnson’s review, “Spiritual Seeker With a Taste For the Satirical”: More »
  • Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei on the Art and Calligraphy of Hakuin at Japan Society Paid Member

    Bonnie Myotai Treace, Sensei gave a teaching recently at New York City's Japan Society. Her topic was the art and calligraphy of Hakuin, in particular the image, "Nin," at right. Myotai is the guiding teacher of the Hermitage Heart sangha in Garrison, New York. The Hakuin exhibition continues at Japan Society until January 16th, at which it will go to New Orleans Museum of Art from February 12th to April 17th, 2011, and from there to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, from May 22nd to August 17th, 2011. The show is stunning: if you'll be in southern Louisiana or southern California when it's around, don't miss it. Leading up to the Japan Society event, which took place December 4th, Myotai wrote the following: More »