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    What Does Being A Buddhist Mean To You? Paid Member

    Genpo Roshi, Kazeon Zen Center, Salt Lake City, UT Entering into every moment not knowing. A beginner approaches Zen with an open mind, without too much knowledge or too many opinions. The challenge is maintaining this approach after 15 or 20 years of practice, and entering all of life with that perspective: not knowing. Because basically what it all comes down to is that we just don’t know. Sukkha Murray, Zen Buddhist Temple, Ann Arbor, Michigan More »
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    What Does Being a Buddhist Mean to You? Paid Member

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    As American As Apple Pie? Paid Member

    "This is vulgar," A. pronounced loudly into my ear. "This is vulgarity itself." We were standing under an arch in the gymnasium of a public school in Manhattan in June 1971. Fifteen clean-cut, energetic young men were waving their arms about vigorously, leading the audience in a song called "Have a Gohonzon," set to the Jewish song "Havah Nagila." The audience, a black-and-white cross section of New York City's diverse ethnic and economic population packed the room; they sang and clapped with ferocious enthusiasm. "Look at them," said A. "Look at their glazed eyes, will you? They're fanatics."More »
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    In The Mix Paid Member

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