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Fall 2019 Practice Period

Sunday, September 15  – Sunday, November 17

We're in week four of our Fall 2019 Practice Period. Last Sunday, Norman gave a talk at our All-Day Sit on The Perfection of Ethics. On Wednesday, at seminar, the Shuso spoke on the third perfection, The Perfection of Patience. He described practicing patience as a kind of "counter culture" — running counter to our culture of speed. Try practicing patience, he suggests, with the people you encounter in the course of your day by really seeing and acknowledging them. Notice if you feel impatient at times. And remember to talk with your practice partner.

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The World Could Be Otherwise: Imagination and the Bodhisattva Path

Norman's new book, The World Could be Otherwise, is available.
For his full tour schedule, please see Readings & Workshops at Norman Fischer Books.


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Oct 20
Engaged Buddhism and Ensuring Democracy in the 2020 Elections with Chris Fortin, Sue Moon, and Alan Senauke
Oct 23
October 2, 9, 16, 23, World Could Be Otherwise
Oct 28
Sesshin with Zoketsu Norman Fischer October 28 - November 3
Nov 06
November 6, 13: World Could Be Otherwise
Nov 09
Norman leads sesshin at the Mountain Rain Zen Community November 9-15
Nov 13
November 6, 13: World Could Be Otherwise
Nov 17
One Day Retreat, led by Norman (Closing of the Fall Practice Period).
Nov 20
Co-led by Chris Fortin, Sue Moon, Alan Block, & Jaune Evans
Dec 07
An annual 7 day bilingual and bicultural Rohatsu retreat, December 7-14
Dec 18
Co-led by Chris Fortin, Sue Moon, Alan Block, & Jaune Evans

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