Who does this?
This is Bill's blog about Zen, which is to say, everything. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and children, and two very Zen cats.
- Interview with an agnostic Zen Buddhist wp.me/pF2lD-dR 1 week ago
- On Happiness wp.me/pF2lD-dO 3 weeks ago
- 22 Things Happy People Do Differently wp.me/pF2lD-dL 2 months ago
- RT @kmaezenmiller: All of our needs are already met. The struggle is accepting that we don't need what we don't have. 3 months ago
- Rebirth reconsidered wp.me/pF2lD-dx 3 months ago
Tag Archives: Zen
Two of the things I resolved to do this year are to read a chapter each morning from Deng Ming-Dao’s 365 Tao and to accept the 108 Gates Challenge. Each chapter of 365 Tao contains a brief poem on a … Continue reading
This comes from my friends Rob and Marcie. And no Photoshop!
Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and mindful 2011. Sentient beings are numberless I vow to free them Delusions are inexhaustible I vow to put an end to them The Dharma is boundless I vow to master it The enlightened way … Continue reading
I discovered Zen about the same time I became a parent. So I sought out Zen- and Taoist-themed books as my children grew. Some to guide my wife and I, and some to delight the children with vibrant pictures and … Continue reading
(Thanks to Tom Shad.)
In recent weeks I have discovered a vast minimalist movement whose voice is mainly on blogs and Twitter. Sometimes they are rooted in Zen, other times not, but it all appeals to me and my desire to simplify, de-clutter and … Continue reading
The kids and I were supposed to visit Zen Mountain Monastery this month for their youth program. But my daughter had some school projects due, so we opted to stay home. I love taking them to ZMM, because for a … Continue reading
Happy Birthday Patrick! (I couldn’t not think of you if I tried.)
All we have is now. This perspective, so central to Zen, has helped me immensely. The past is gone. The future does not exist. There is only now. And yet, I have found that photographs of the past have a … Continue reading
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