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I came back from Texas after visiting a sick friend. Thay Z was my driver and host and we also visited Thich Trung Sy. My plane arrived hours late and I slept for 3. I was so tired that I forgot where I parked my car.

After my wandering around a large parking lot, a woman rolled down her car window and asked if I had misplaced my car. She responded with, "We've all been there" and drove me through the parking lot isle by isle until we found my car. Such a simple act of kindness, such a kind use of time to help another person, what a gift to me. As we practice loving kindness to even strangers around us we make the world a better place for all of us.

Thich Vinh Minh has recieved his R1 visa permit and will be allowed to enter and stay in the USA for up to 3 years as a religious missionary. in our work and cleaning mindful practice. After all, as Shakespeare wrote, the past may be prologue, but what is to come is "in yours and my discharge. In the Metta Sutra, our historical teacher tells us "May all beings be well.

May all beings be happy Let none deceive another, Or despise any being in any state. Let none through anger or ill-will wish harm upon another. May we all know love and peace. Thay Kozen. Upcoming Events - information Together we are going to explore the meaning of art, Zen, and how they relate to each other. Are we talking about Zen art, or bringing Zen into our art? We all have our own notions what art is- key words that come to mind are creativity, craft, point of view, concept, and de.

I believe we are all artists, and have the potential to live artfully.

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How does this relate to Zen? Everyone is encouraged to share with the others their artistic expression with the group. I will share my own journey as a visual artist and Buddhist, and how I integrate the two.

Please call Dennis Hartley is an architect emeritus who has lived in the Northwest since He began painting professionally in and shows his work in commercial galleries and non-profit settings from coast to coast. His work can be viewed at www. For questions or comments about this seminar he can be contacted at dennishartleyart gmail. Sacred remembrance practices singing and movement. Guided heart-centered meditations and movements.

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The Amitabha Buddha is one of the many offering plaques. Non Buddhists are learning about different Buddhas. Y ou can write your wishes on the back of the Buddha plaque to state your wishes or needs. The Medicine Buddha is one of the many offering plaques. People are learning about the different Buddhas. Sufi Zikr.

Bodhi and Leilah, Sufi teachers, spent one week here helping 70 aspirants grow and practice loving kindness. Deconstructing the ego and vanities of self is the Sufi path as they dance and sing the Universal Dances of Peace.

Sufis gathering in the shade of the Abbey back yard to begin their beautiful work. Our own Marie, who is very ill, was carried here by her family to feel the loving energy of the Sufi songs and dance.

The dappled sunlight provided a cooling gentle space. The heat of summer is upon us. Here in Texas we are already over degrees Fahrenheit on certain days. It also seems that our politics and many issues here in our beloved country are also hot; and in some cases, inflamed. The investigation about the last presidential election and who may have been complicit with a foreign power influencing the outcome is still smoldering.

Families being separated from each other because of immigration issues is hotly debated in Congress, in the media and by those of us strongly attached to our morality, our political views and party affiliations. Lies and misrepresentations are forthcoming daily from our president and from members of Congress and the Media; and these are not simply opinions, but rather actual recorded audio and video content that anyone can simply watch or listen to and determine for themselves whether truth has been trampled upon or not.

Some religious institutions are choosing to turn a blind-eye to issues and behaviors that are contrary to their dogma and have vacated the moral high ground that they ly claimed.

Some say this is the worst conditions our country has been under in a long time. However, our minds and memories are also faulty and devious when it comes to memory. In my lifetime, I remember the battle for civil rights, the assassinations of our leaders, wars, sexual revolutions, expanding drug usage, the threat of nuclear holocaust, fuel shortages, the crashing or our economy and the decimation of our middle classes.

All those seemed very impactful at the time as well. So where does my Buddhist practice lead me with all this stuff swirling constantly around me all the time?

It comes down to a very simple phrase …We are ALL doing the best we can, with what we have right now… It is easy to become frustrated, angry, accusatory, fearful and even despondent when I allow myself to fall under the influence of my judgements and prejudices. It is a familiar and easy path to as blame and derision to those who I disagree with.

Perfection is not in the purview of the human condition. But as the Buddha taught, Awakening is. When I see myself and others as …doing the best we can, with what we have right now… judgment and blame decrease and compassion and loving kindness increase. Seeing others under the lens of… they are doing the best they can with what they have right now…, softens the anger and derision that is way too familiar and easy to go to. Now some might say that this approach is looking at the world through rose-colored glasses and could be viewed as not seeing conditions with the seriousness they deserve.

Certainly, we cannot turn a blind-eye to those issues and actions that push up against morality and ethics.

But rather than becoming caught in our own suffering or sending it out to others, we can rely on our compassion and loving kindness to support us and others and reduce the angst and discomfort we are being deluged with in our world today. These are serious times we are living through. May the teachings of the Buddha lead us all to awaken to the truth of who we are…beings of Infinite Light, Infinite Life and Infinite Love. Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa. Visualize yourself here Do you need to get away?

Does life feel loud, busy, over stimulating? Do you long for silence, stillness, meditation and self inquiry? Have you made plans this summer to relax, renew and retreat?

How often do you remember to honor and respect your own needs? Let Food be thy Medicine.