Dharma talks by Roshi Bodhin Kjolhede and others. Roshi Kjolhede is abbot of the Rochester Zen Center and Dharma heir of Roshi Philip Kapleau.
Embracing Nothingness–But In What Way?
Digital overstimulation and now the pandemic has generated a culture of negation, withdrawal, and numbness. But there’s a better way to retreat, every day, from overwhelming circumstances, while engaging with the world.
Love Makes the World Go ‘Round
Miscellaneous reflections on love, seen through the lens of Dharma.
* Soul Food: Stories to Nourish the Spirit and the Heart. Jack Kornfield and Christina Feldman. HarperOne, 1996.
CoronaCast: February 10
Roshi’s weekly podcast: Integrating Two of the Buddhist Paramitas in Getting Scheduled for a Vaccination
The Long Game: Persistence and Working With a Teacher
Dharma Talk by Trueman Taylor.
* Malcolm Gladwell. Outliers: The Story of Success. Little, Brown and Company, 2008.
* Norman Fischer. Taking Our Places: The Buddhist Path to Truly Growing Up. HarperOne, 2004.
* Jeffrey R. Young. “Researcher Behind ‘10,000-Hour Rule’ Says Good Teaching Matters, Not Just Practice.” EdSurge, May 5, 2020.
* “Unconditionally Steadfast.” Tricycle interview with Pema Chödrön. Fall 1999.
Sangha Sculpting Sangha
A look at what the Buddhist Sangha, or community, meant in Asia, how it has changed since coming to Western countries, and what it might become for the Rochester Zen Center.
Stephen Batchelor. “Creating Sangha.” Tricycle, Winter, 1995.
Thich Nhat Hanh. “The Fertile Soil of Sangha.” Tricycle, Summer, 2008.
CoronaCast: January 22
Roshi’s weeky podcast: New Government as Rebirth
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