“The point of the forms is to give us a way of feeling our lives more deeply–of doing our lives more intentionally.” Ranging from Oriyoki practice to anger and acceptance of death, Norman uses Suzuki Roshi’s teachings to illustrate what it is “to be satisfied with ‘just enough.'”
Not Always So – Bellingham
By: Zoketsu Norman Fischer | 02/29/2008
Location: Red Cedar Dharma Hall
In Topics: Death and Dying, Emotion, Zen Forms: Ritual & Liturgy
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