"When we come down to it, however, the work of an ice cube is to melt. When we're still frozen solid, we think that our work is to go around slamming other ice cubes or being slammed by them. In such a life, no one ever really meets another." --Joko BeckSaturday Zen: Sat May 26, 10:00 - 11:45am, room 24
Community UU, 468 Rosedale Ave, White Plains, NY.
Practice to be led Meredith Garmon
Morning Zen. Mon-Fri, 6:00 - 7:15am -- Basement Zendo. See HERE.
For Thu May 24 - Wed May 30:
- Days Like Lightning, p. 61
- Heart Sutra, p. 14
- Opening:The Five Remembrances, p. 6
- Closing: Liberation from All Obstruction, p. 75 + Four Bodhisattva Vows, p. 11
BoWZ Westchester Chant Schedule
Reading this week:
Primary Reading: Charlotte Joko Beck, Nothing Special, Ch. 20: "Melting Ice Cubes," pp. 132-137.
Optional Secondary Reading: Thich Nhat Hanh, Old Path White Clouds, Ch. 1: "Walking Just to Walk," pp. 3-12.
Raven Tale: Panic and Fear
Now the red leaves
Now the snow
Now the dogwood blossom
Always now and present
Always now and gone
The old one resting on a park bench
Sips from her cup
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