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The aim of Zen training is not ecstasy The aim of Zen training is not ecstasy
Animals freely sacrifice themselves for humans Animals freely sacrifice themselves for humans
Thanksgiving is a deep sentiment Thanksgiving is a deep sentiment
Why is there so much folly in the world Why is there so much folly in the world
Do devotions wholeheartedly, with a pure heart Do devotions wholeheartedly, with a pure heart
The greatest of all sins is to be aware of none The greatest of all sins is to be aware of none
A Bow or a Gassho Commentary on the richness of Zen practice and the spiritual dimensions of gratitude.
Philip Kapleau in 365 Zen To truly practice Zen
Straight to the Heart of Zen Wise commentary on emptiness, joy, practice, nonduality, silence, and student-teacher relationships.
The Zen of Living and Dying A nonsectarian overview of this important subject.
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