CAIC is offering this invitation to learn more or join the committee.
Tim sees this as “a tactile expression of the dropping away of the self. It’s community based … Sewing the abbots’ robes is deeply moving.”
During the hour of Linda’s visit with Noodle, many residents stopped by and were captivated by the gentle, cuddly elder dog.
On Kilian’s altar, there’s a photo of his 2009 jukai group in the City Center courtyard; he sees it and thinks, “That’s home.”
Most of the classes offered on Online Learning were live Zoom classes offered during the last few years, repackaged with added material.
“People of different ages and at different points in their Zen training were interested in and excited about Enso Village.”
Writing is a solitary practice, but … it’s not lonely. At every stage I’ve felt community—the writing community, the arts community, and the sangha.
Hozan Alan Senauke is the second Abbot in BZC’s 55 years, following Sojun Roshi’s long tenure as founder and teacher.
City Center is pleased to welcome people to several ceremonies that are now open for in-person attendance.