The important thing is to say “Hai!” or “Yes, I will!” In this way, without having ideas about helping, “Just to be with people will be enough.”
“I found my path by continuing to cultivate the tender growing edge of my practice.”
Sukey loves the land at Green Gulch Farm and feels lucky to have known this piece of land for so long—how it changes, and how it changes her.
“Dharma is the thing to which every one of us have been striving for, and will strive for. It is not only you, but all the patriarch and sages.”
Jiryu Rutschman-Byler offered the precepts to two people in a jukai/lay initiation ceremony at Green Gulch Farm on June 5.
“[T]he first principle is, you know, the principle which is—which you cannot talk about. And which we transmit … from master to master.”
Abbot Ed Sattizahn announces changes coming up in March 2023 in the Abbatial Leadership at San Francisco Zen Center.
On June 26, after a several year hiatus, San Francisco Zen Center will again have a contingent in the LGBTQIA+ Pride Parade. We invite readers of...
“How do you think the unthinkable … How is the way, unthinkable thinking is how.”